$164m biosecurity spend leads 2022 ag NSW Budget initiatives

John Ellicott
By John Ellicott
Updated June 21 2022 - 5:30am, first published 2:00am
Protecting the farm. James Kahl at his family's property in Narrabri with NSW Agriculture Minister Dugald Saunders. The NSW Government is pouring $164m into biosecurity research and new measures to help stop the spread of exotic diseases.

Keeping ag safe from biosecurity threats is a major part of the rural initiatives in this year's NSW 2022-2023 Budget with a $164m spend on exotic disease prevention.

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John Ellicott

John Ellicott

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