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Farm Management Grants offer primary producers a 50 per cent rebate on the cost of eligible professional advice up to a maximum $2,500 to produce a Farm Business Resilience Plan for their property.

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The Farm Management Grants Scheme supports primary producers in developing a Farm Business Resilience Plan, recognising risks associated with production, including climate and weather (such as drought), as well as biosecurity and natural resource management and business risks including financial and market factors.

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Eligible Queensland primary producers can now apply for a rebate of 50 per cent, to a maximum of $2,500, for the cost of developing a Farm Business Resilience Plan. These plans are intended to assist producers in identifying risks, such as drought, for their property and outlining the steps necessary to respond to those risks.

This program is jointly funded through the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund and the Queensland Government. 

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Apply online via the QRIDA portal. If you do not have access, please contact QRIDA.

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Last updated
02 December 2021