Usually at this time the National Fieldays are on and one of the features is the KPMG Annual Agri. Business Agenda. This is a survey of industry leaders and a bit like a report card on the state of the industry. Fieldays is now being held in late November but KPMG has released the Agenda as per usual. And it is a bit of a mixed bag. KPMG Head of Agribusiness Ian Proudfoot says primary industries are in a strong position getting good prices, but costs are going through the roof. He says the biggest challenge for agriculture is climate change. Ian Proudfoot says it is not a government versus agriculture issue but is much bigger than that.
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