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Dairy Industry Fund applications close soon

Have you applied yet for round two of the WAFarmers Dairy Industry Fund? Applications close next month.

Round two will continue to support small and medium-scale projects that work towards the betterment of the WA dairy industry, all of which should improve productivity, performance, business growth and diversity of the industry and any part of its supply chain.

The project fund has seen money accrued through the sale of two litre bottles of full cream and hilo WAFarmersFirst Milk at Western Australian Coles Supermarkets, a percentage of which went directly into the fund.

What kinds of projects can the Dairy Industry Fund support?
The fund can support any small, medium or large projects, between the value of $1,000 and $20,000. Examples include supporting people to attend professional development conferences, investment in water and feed projects, and soil management or energy efficient technologies. All of these help people to develop their skills and business techniques, and work towards the betterment of the WA dairy industry.

How to apply
To ensure applicants have the best chance at securing funding, which is capped at $20,000, applicants are encouraged to fully address the selection criteria, which can be found on the homepage of the WAFarmers website, or on the Dairy page of the website: www.wafarmers.org.au/dairy/.

Applications close 5.00pm on Friday 19 August.
Applications must be sent to the WAFarmers Dairy Executive Officer by the deadline, either by post (PO Box 68, Guildford, 6935) or by email to Kim Haywood.

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