Key areas of production in our region are beef cattle, dairy, pork, poultry, soybeans, sugar, tea tree, coffee, aquaculture, and horticulture such as macadamias, blueberries, bananas and potatoes
Flood impacted landholders who need help with emergency support for their livestock, emergency fodder, stock water and other materials should contact North Coast Local Land Services on 1300 795 299.
Assistance and information available to flood impacted landholders and primary producers.
Information on managing pastures following the recent flooding event.
Wild dog management
Our Biosecurity Officers have extensive wild dog knowledge and advice. There are now nearly 200 groups on the North Coast – find out how you can join one or start one today.
Interested in biosecurity? North Coast Local Land Services offers a range of brochures, posters and fridge magnets.
Residents and landholders who have fruit trees, grape vines, avocados, tomatoes and capsicums and chillies are responsible for the control of Queensland fruit flies on their property.
A permit has been developed for the chemical control of Colombian waxweed (Cuphea carthagenensis) with boom spraying equipment in New South Wales.
The NSW Government is seeking the community’s input on the TSR network in NSW to ensure it remains connected, viable and well maintained. Have your say about TSRs in your region.
- Joint media release: Have your say on TSRs
27 April 2017
- Pasture advice following floods
13 April 2017
- Lower Macleay landholders invited to participate in wild dog control
07 April 2017
Weeds in the Clarence Valley
27 April 2017
Upper Macleay wild dog management workshop
6 May 2017
Upper Clarence Landowner Information Day
11 May 2017