Almost a year on from South East Queensland’s February 2022 floods, Luke Stock's dairy farm is back to full production, and the primary producer says there’s no way he could have done it without financial assistance from QRIDA.
Goats, a 35,000 cubic metre dam, exclusion fencing, and a hay shed are securing the future of Ed Wade’s family farming enterprise west of Charleville.
There was little that could be salvaged at Hooper’s Grantham Store when it was hit hard by the February 2022 floods.
Beef producers Helen and Paul Lovell used a QRIDA Sustainability Loan to purchase additional property and enhance their enterprise.
On a small property just off the Cunningham Highway about 35 kilometres west of Warwick in southern Queensland, the Cleary family is busy preparing bulls for auction thanks to a QRIDA Sustainability Loan.
Beef and pork producers Kym and Lance Baker accessed the Farm Business Analysis Assistance program through QRIDA which gave them the confidence to move forward in their rural enterprise.
"All of our water infrastructure and land development has been done through QRIDA’s Sustainability Loan."
"I think the resilience has been terrific and the support that everyone received has been nothing but extraordinary to get everyone back on their wheels."
We used the grant to replace all of the equipment we lost in the floods. The dishwasher, kitchen appliances, stock, everything we needed to get back up and running as soon as possible.
...financial assistance like the Extraordinary Disaster Assistance Recovery Grant is a big help and we are so grateful for QRIDA’s support.