The NSW government has announced it will spearhead a campaign for the establishment of a nationwide income-protection scheme to protect farmers from the financial impacts of future droughts.
Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW John Barilaro said the NSW government allocated $2 million to investigate, in partnership with the National Farmers Federation, the potential risk-mitigation models that could be used to protect farm incomes during natural disasters.
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