Australia's Primary Producers #PhotoLibrary

Updated: Dec 9, 2020

By Sam Johnston #ThankAFarmerForYourNextMeal


This week’s gallery showcases a few of the friendly faces that you may come across on your travels throughout rural Australia. Personally, I have the strong belief that Aussie farmers and primary producers are some of the most genuine and down to earth people that you will ever meet. Their constant dedication to the industry and hard work is second to none, especially when faced with times of turmoil and seasonal hardship. If you are reading this, this week I set you with the task of asking someone in our industry how they first got involved in Agriculture. You’ll be amazed with the some of the stories that you’ll hear.

@grace_quast

"Don & Moya Quast visiting Domang, the farm they established, named and developed. True pioneers of agriculture"

– Crooble, NSW


@workin_on_a_full_house

"Are we there yet?” "

– Taroom, QLD


@grimsteadslittlepoppets

"Good help is hard to find!"



@littlerivercollections

"No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle"

"Winston S. Churchill” - QLD



@gracemitchelson

"Helping a sister out!"

– Bullo River Station, NT



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Together we have one goal – to showcase where Australian food and fibre comes from, who makes it and how it’s made. The Thank A Farmer For Your Next Meal brand aims to promote the Australian agricultural industry and its primary producers to a wider audience in order to close the continually widening gap between producer and consumer, city and bush.

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