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CORANGAMITE Shire mayor Matt Makin has called on council to use farming as a leverage for better government funding and to talk up the industry.
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Cr Makin said that agriculture was the lifeblood of the south coast and Corangamite Shire, but the answers for the agriculture sector were different to tourism or retail.

In his mayoral report to council last night Cr Makin said council needed to focus on ensuring there were no obstacles to productivity and the sector had the infrastructure it needed.

“This is mostly about an efficient transport network that must perform under increasing pressure from more and larger vehicles,” he said.

“There can be no doubt that agriculture is the lifeblood of the great south coast and even more so, of Corangamite Shire.

“We are one of the nation’s most significant producers of food.”

Cr Makin said vibrant communities and community infrastructure were needed to support the people who ultimately drive the agricultural engine, together with talking up agriculture as one of the best careers to be involved in.

“No longer should our education providers consider a career in dairy farming, for example, as one of the options of last resort.”

“It’s about us as a council working hard behind the scenes to find new operators for the like of the Simpson and Cobden dairy processing factories,” he said.

“We feed the nation, we drive the economy and we produce quality produce that is recognised nationally and around the world.

“It is about time that this was used by local government as real leverage to claim our political relevance and our position on the list of areas deserving greater government service and infrastructure investment.”

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