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The market crashed last week, leaving a massive dent in Australia’s farm industry.
The market has been in a tailspin ever since, with thousands of farmers and their livestock locked out of the markets for months.
But the market is back on track now, with a new plan for a more permanent solution.
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The Farmers Markets Authority of Australia said it would be creating a temporary system of food security for some of the country’s largest farmers.
Farmers Market in Townsville (FMA) is a new system of secure food distribution that has been set up to meet the needs of the farms.
It was set up by the FMA and will operate in Townsland from September 1.
Farmsters Market in Perth (FMPA) will run until October 31.
Farmster Market is set to remain open until November 30.
The new system will be available to the public and will be paid for through a levy on agricultural commodities.
Farmer Market will also have a food bank available to support local businesses during the disruption.
Farmers Markets in Sydney (FMCSA) will operate until the end of March.
The FMA said it was working with the Government to ensure the system worked as designed.
“We are committed to delivering a safe and stable environment for all Australians in this market and that is why we have set up a temporary food security system,” the FMCSA said in a statement.
“The system will allow the system to function, but we are not yet sure how long it will last.”
It is essential that farmers are able to access safe and secure food for themselves and their families.
“Farmers market operators have been trying to get food and other supplies into their markets for weeks, but are still dealing with food shortages.
Dirty water in the marketsThe FMCsa said it had received an overwhelming response from the public about the drought.”
We want to assure you that there is no dirty water in any of the venues,” the statement said.”
Farmers are not being forced to drink dirty water.””
We also understand the importance of the food markets in their communities.
“This is why the temporary food systems will be extended for a short period of time.”
Farmsters Markets in Perth will be closed until the start of March to allow for the temporary system to operate.
Farms Market in Adelaide will reopen on March 18.
Farm Market in Brisbane will be open from March 26 until April 3.
There will be a temporary feed-in tariff available for the farmers market, which will be funded through a surcharge on the price of imported food.
FMCsa also said it planned to introduce a new fee on food that farmers sell at the markets.