Agriculture bureaucrats get some dust on their boots

Kym Thomas and Greg Dunsdon outline the attributes of Australian whites to agriculture department deputy director-general Malcolm Letts and other officials at Curragh.

FARMERS AND graziers gave agriculture department officials an earful about the roo plague, Paroo’s nascent sheepmeat industry and management ...

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