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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

No, end all government subsidies and let the free market run its course

@95LBNS8 answered…1wk

Yes, but only for Horticulture. We need to start phasing out Agriculture.

@95DJ5HS answered…2wks

Yes, but only for farms that are making innovations environmentally

@938987L answered…4mos

No, but provide incentives for farms with environmentally-friendly farming solutions.

@8HNQG23 answered…2yrs

@8H8FK6J answered…2yrs

Yes, but only subsidize vege growers to make healthier home cooking cheaper.

@8GKCY72 answered…2yrs

Yes, to assist farms to become more green, but a business does need to stand on its own and be financially viable.

@8FXY5YB answered…2yrs

If they are retraining or otherwise putting effort into climate change mitigation

@8FXTCG2 answered…2yrs

Effectively no, needs to stand alone but support maybe require when significant downturns and hard time ie better Drought relief

@8F8DHTZ answered…2yrs

@8F3VT82 answered…2yrs

The farming industry generates employment opportunities as well as revenues for the Government. The support from the Government to ensure the sustainability of the industry is required.

@8DYWTXX answered…2yrs

Farmers support the local economy but when the overseas prices fall then so does farmers income and the amount they can spend in the local economy. If farmers knew their product was always going to fetch a reasonable price with bonuses for good years then it would be easier for them to decide what they were going to grow or farm instead of chasing fads which then crashes the market like velvet and wool and milk.

@8DH7JFL answered…2yrs

Nz government should follow what is happening in our competitive markets

@8CNWWFV answered…2yrs

No, farmers should have compulsory insurance cover to pay for drought relief etc. if they fail to operate in a sustainable manner they will not get insurance. Force poor performers out of the industry

@8CMLX4Z answered…2yrs

Yes, but only those who show innovation and who chose farming systems which are appropriate to their climate and environment.

@8CLYDYN answered…2yrs

Yes, only for farms that are willing to go extra mile to be environmentally sustainable

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