Farmers plead for seasonal worker quarantine costs to be covered
Grape, citrus, and apple growers in New South Wales are pleading with the state’s government to find a workable way to get workers into the state.
Farmers currently have to foot the bill of the $3,000 per person quarantine costs.
To find out more about the shortage, rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with New South Wales Farmers Chief Executive Pete Arkell
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