10 August 2018
Premier Gladys Berejiklian recently announced an additional $500 million in emergency funding to help drought-affected farmers.
Mrs Berejiklian said the additional funding will help farmers who have faced an "unforgivably dry winter".
The three major elements of the $500 million NSW Emergency Drought Relief Package are:
- $190 million for Drought Transport Subsidies
- $100 million for cutting the cost of farming fees and charges – by waiving Local Land Services rates, waiving fixed water charges in rural and regional areas, and waiving class one agricultural vehicle registration costs
- $150 million to bolster the Farm Innovation Fund (FIF) infrastructure program by waiving refunding interest charges on all existing loans for the 2017/18 and 2018/19
26 July 2018
We are pleased to announce the 2018 interim profitability results for the irrigated cotton industry.
These interim results highlight another great year for irrigated cotton showing average operating profits of $2,516/Ha. This is an increase in profitability of $959/Ha from the 2017 year.
For the past four years we have seen significant and sustained profit growth in the industry.
To download a copy of the report, please click here.
19 July 2018
We are once again fielding a team for the City2Surf challenge in Sydney on 12 August 2018.
The team from Boyce have elected to support the Royal Far West Children’s Hospital - a fantastic charity that is dedicated to helping country kids and communities in their time of need. Funds we raise will be used to support developmentally vulnerable children by providing access to specialist health and education programs, services and support.
Last year, our City2Surf team raised $31,000 for charity and this year we are setting our sights to $45,000 and we need your help to get there.
1 July 2018
In recognition of her dedication both in her commitment to clients and also as a leader in Boyce, Kate Garrett has been appointed as a Director.
Kate was raised on a property in the Northern Riverina and relocated to Wagga Wagga for high school and university studies. Kate started a cadetship in the Wagga Wagga office in 2003, which enabled her to gain valuable on the job experience in a professional practice environment while completing a double degree in Business (Accounting) and Information Technology at Charles Sturt University. Kate recently had the opportunity to relocate with her family to the Goulburn office.
28 June 2018
You may not be aware of the Innovation Generation conference that is coming up on 9 – 11 July 2018 at the Civic Centre in Wagga. This conference run by GrainGrowers, is held annually around Australia and this year is in Wagga.
Given the rough year growers are having and as a Boyce client, a 50% discount off the conference package price is available.
Although targeted at under 35s in the grains industry, it is an excellent conference for all growers and is an opportunity to network, learn and be inspired. Over two and a half days the conference will bring together growers, agribusiness professionals, industry pioneers and innovators to explore a diverse range of issues, ideas and opportunities.