2018 Summer - Should society determine the right to farm?

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FPJ1504F - Cuming, M (2018), Right to farm and its determination: the farming community’s responsibility

FPJ1504F - Cuming, M (2018), Right to farm and its determination: the farming community’s responsibility, in Farm Policy Journal, vol. 15, no. 4, Summer 2018, pp. 31-37, Surry Hills, Australia.

As a farmer, a communicator and someone employed by an agricultural service provider, the statement for this year’s essay challenged me from the moment I considered it. After all, if society didn’t determine the right to farm (defined as “legitimate and lawful agriculture practice without conflict of interference”), who could or indeed should?
Could a primary producer’s right to farm be determined or even governed by farming businesses themselves?
Alternatively, is it the role of government to determine the right to farm, or perhaps the legal system? Maybe it should be determined by key stakeholders, including those who work to end certain farming practices.




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