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GROW YOUR FUTURE WITH US

NARROMINE AGRICULTURE SECTOR PROFILE 2018


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WELCOME TO THE NARROMINE SHIRE

Welcome to the Narromine Shire, situated in the heart of the rich Macquarie Valley in central west New South Wales. We are a Shire that is continuing to develop, prosper and grow towards its full potential. Agriculture has long been a mainstay, and Narromine Shire is known for its sheep, cattle and wool production as well as broadacre cereal crops. Cotton production has become increasingly important in recent years. Major commercial nurseries and research facilities at Narromine support the national forestry and vegetable industries and Trangie Research Centre is one of the largest broadacre agricultural research centres in Australia. Significant mineral resources have been discovered near Tomingley in the south of the Shire with Alkane Resources Limited providing significant employment opportunities. In order, to take advantage of the strong agribusiness in the Shire, our transport links, closeness to Dubbo and the emergence of mining, Council is working collaboratively with other stakeholders to attract industry, generate jobs and grow our population. The potential for development is high as reflected by recent interest in industrial and residential land, the expansion of the Skypark residential estate and the Narromine Aerodrome Industrial Park.

experienced local workforce, engaging locally-based support services, part of a strong community and doing all of this just a short flight from capital and regional cities. The Shire covers 5,200ha2 or 1.3million acres and has access to both riparian and underground water sources. It has rich soil, an excellent climate and a council ready to facilitate your interest in establishing your business in our Shire. We have approximately 800,000 tonnes of grain storage in the Shire, making it an ideal location for intensive animal production and with the transport links you can send produce easily to every mainland capital. Narromine Shire is increasingly becoming a highly desirable destination for people seeking the best of both worlds, a rural lifestyle with easy access to the services and facilities of a regional city on our doorstep. Accessible educational facilities, beautiful river and recreational areas, abundant sporting facilities, a diverse events calendar and warm country hospitality all contribute to our exceptional lifestyle. Businesses, investors, residents and visitors are offered unique opportunities for work, leisure and business development, so we invite you to consider doing business in the Narromine Shire, you’ll never look back...

The proposed Inland Rail route will come through our Shire close to Narromine providing further economic opportunities in the future. Narromine Shire’s close proximity to Dubbo Airport ensures that the business sector and residents maintain strong links to Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Newcastle and Canberra. Many long term local businesses, along with those who have more recently made the move to the region, are enjoying the benefits of working in the Narromine area. They realise that business can be equally, if not more successful in a regional setting, and are tapping into a skilled and

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CONTENTS

Introduction

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Business Counts 

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Employment 

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Regional Exports 

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Contribution to GRP 

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Turnover and Workforce 

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Gross Value of Production

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Activity by Sector

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Resources

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INTRODUCTION Agriculture is the most signicant industry for the Narromine Shire . It is

INTRODUCTION 2011 largest generator of output and value-add the Shire’s largest employer,

Agriculture is the most significant industryindustry for the Narromine Shire. It is . Some of and Narromine’s largest exporting to outside markets the Shire’s largest employer, largest generator of output and value-add and Narromine’s most prevalent commodities include wheat, cotton, Narromine’s largest exporting industry to outside markets. Some of chickpeas,most and prevalent cattle with many other commodities contributing Narromine’s commodities include wheat, canola, cotton, cattle and wool commodities contributing significantly to signicantly towith themany localother economy . the local economy.

Introduction Located six hour’s drive from Sydney and 34 minutes from Dubbo City,

Located six hour’s drive from and 34 minutes from Dubbo .City, Narromine is a Shire withSydney a population of 6,599 persons Narromine is a Shire with a population of 6,822 persons.

Narromine’s Agricultural sector generates $210 .735 million in output and

Narromine’s generates $190.607 million in output contributesAgricultural 10.6%to sector total Agricultural output for the OranaorRegion . 11.6% of the Orana Region’s output. The Orana Region comprises 13 Local Government Areas in New South Wales.

Narromine and Orana Region Map

Narromine and Orana Region Map

Narromine Agriculture Sector at a glance:

Narromine Agriculture Sector at a glance:

• The region’s largest number of businesses, 509 in June 2016 • The largest regional industry sector output of $190.607 million, which is 29.7% of Narromine total output he region’s largest of businesses, 50932.6% in (June •• T Largest employing sectornumber in the region with 671 jobs, of 2016). Narromine total employment helargest largestvalue regional industry sectormillion, outputaccounting of $210.735 •• T The of exports, at $149.418 for million, which is 27.0% of Narromine 64.1% output. of total regional exports total • The highest industry value-add by sector, with $73.746 million, or • L24.1% argest employing sector in the region with 710 jobs, 30.4% of Narromine total employment. of total regional value-added • The largest sector in terms of local supply chains, with the • TAgriculture he largestsector value purchasing of exports,$66.785 at $170.828 accounting for 45.5% of total regional millionmillion, from other exports. businesses in the region www.narromine.nsw.gov.au

• The highest industry value-add by sector, with $82.480 million, or 24.0% of total regional value-added. • The largest sector in terms of local supply chains, with the Agriculture sector purchasing $65.531 million from other businesses in Narromine .

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BUSINESS COUNTS 2016

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BUSINESS COUNTS, 2016

BUSINESS COUNTS, 2016 The ‘Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing’ sector is the largest industry ‘Agriculture, Forestry sector is the of largest sector in termsThe of business counts with and 509 Fishing’ businesses or 53.4% the The ‘Agriculture, Forestry Fishing’ sector iscounts the largest industry sector and in terms of business with 509 Shire’s businesses. industry sector in terms of business counts with 509 businesses or 53.4% of the Shire’s businesses. businesses or 53.4% of the Shire’s businesses.

Number of Businesses by Industry – Number of Businesses by Industry – Narromine Shire, NumberShire, of Businesses Industry – Narromine June Shire,2016 Narromine Juneby2016 June 2016

Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing Construction

509

93

509

Construction 93 66 Transport, Postal and Warehousing Transport, Postal and and Real Warehousing Rental, Hiring Estate Services 66 59 Rental, Hiring and Real Estate Services Retail Trade 59 41 Retail Trade Other Services41 Other Services Manufacturing32

32 25

Manufacturing 25 Accommodation and Food Services Accommodation and FoodWholesale Services Trade 23

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Trade 22 Professional, Scientific Wholesale and Technical Services Professional, Scientific and Technical Services 21 Financial and Insurance Services

21 19

Financial and Insurance Services 19 Health Care and Social Assistance Health Care and Social Assistance 15 Administrative and Support Services Administrative and Support Services 9 Not Classified

15 9

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Classified 7 Arts andNot Recreation Services Arts and Recreation Services 5 Education and Training

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Education and Training 4 Information Media and Telecommunications Information Media and TelecommunicationsMining 3

3 0

Mining 0 Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services 0 Public Administration and Safety

Public Administration and Safety

0

0

Industry Industry Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing Mining Mining Manufacturing

Retail Trade Accommodation and Food Services

0

93 22 41

Accommodation Food Services 23 Transport,and Postal and Warehousing Transport, Postal and Warehousing 66 Information Media and Telecommunications Information Media and Telecommunications 3 Financial and Insurance Services Financial and Insurance Services 19 Rental, Hiring and Real Estate Services Rental, Professional, Hiring and Real Estate Services Scientific and Technical Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Services Administrative and Support Services Administrative and Support Services Public Administration and Safety Public Administration and Safety Education and Training

59 21 9 0

Education andCare Training Health and Social Assistance Health Arts Careand andRecreation Social Assistance Services

15

Other Services Not Classified

32

Total

953

Arts and Recreation Services Other Services Not Classified Total

0 0

400 400 Count of businesses Count of businesses

200

200

600

600

Industry Average Business IndustryOutput AverageOutput % of Total BusinessCount % of Total % of Total Output ($M)% of Total Output($'000s) Count ($M) ($'000s) 509 53.4% $210.7 27.0% $414.0 509 0 53.4% 0.0% $210.7 $164.8 27.0% 21.1%$414.0 -

Manufacturing Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services 25 Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services 0 Construction Construction Wholesale Trade Wholesale Trade Retail Trade

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25 0.0% 2.6% $164.8 $32.1 21.1% 4.1% - $1,283.9 0 2.6% 0.0% $32.1 $20.9 4.1% 2.7%$1,283.9 93 0.0% 9.8% $20.9 $67.5 2.7% 8.7% - $725.5 22 9.8% 2.3% $67.5 $14.3 8.7% 1.8%$725.5 $648.3 41 2.3% 4.3% $14.3 $21.5 1.8% 2.8%$648.3 $524.0 23 4.3% 2.4% $21.5 $12.5 2.8% 1.6%$524.0 $542.3 66 2.4% 6.9% $12.5 $30.5 1.6% 3.9%$542.3 $461.4 3

6.9%

$30.5

$2.3 2.0% 2.0% 59 6.2% $5.2 6.2% $70.1 21 2.2% 2.2% $19.1 9 0.9% 0 0.9% 0.0% $10.7 19

0.3%

0.3%

$461.4 0.3% $773.0 0.3% $773.0 $5.2 0.7% $271.3 $70.1 0.7% 9.0%$271.3$1,188.3 9.0% $1,188.3 $19.1 2.4% $907.1 2.4% $907.1 $10.7 1.4% $1,186.1 $24.1 1.4% 3.1%$1,186.1 $2.3

3.9%

4 0.0% 0.4% $24.1 $29.5 3.1% 3.8% - $7,364.8 15 0.4% 1.6% $29.5 $26.8 3.8% 3.4%$7,364.8 $1,787.1 5 1.6% 0.5% $26.8 $1.8 3.4% 0.2%$1,787.1$360.6

32 0.5% 3.4% $1.8 $15.3 0.2% 2.0%$360.6 $476.7 2.0% 7 3.4% 0.7% $15.3 - $476.7 953 0.7% 100.0% - $779.3 - 100.0% - $817.8 100.0% $779.3 100.0% $817.8


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EMPLOYMENT

The average business in Narromine generates $817,800 in output for the Shire. Agricultural businesses contribute approximately $414,000 in output per business.

The average business in Narromine generates $817,800 in output for the Shire. Agricultural businesses contribute approximately $414,000 in output per business.

EMPLOYMENT, 20162016 Employment There are a total of 2,300 jobs within Narromine as at the 2016 Census, of There are a total of 2,300 jobs within Narromine as at the 2016 Census, which 712 are in the ‘Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing’ industry sector, making of which 712 are in the ‘Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing’ industry sector, it the largest employing sector in the region. The next largest regional making it ‘Education the largest &employing sector insector, the region. The jobs, next largest employer is the Training’ industry with 239 followed regional is the ‘Education & Training’ by ‘Health Careemployer & Social Assistance’ with 215 jobs. industry sector, with 239

jobs, followed by ‘Health Care & Social Assistance’ with 215 jobs.

30.4% 13.5% 10.2% Education & Training 9.6% 9.2% Health Care & Social Assistance 13.4% 7.9% Mining 6.7% 7.9% Retail Trade 9.8% 6.1% Construction The 671 ‘Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing’ jobs, 7.4% accounted for 32.6% of the total regional 4.7% Transport, Postal & Warehousing 3.4% workforce. Narromine’s ‘Agriculture, Forestry and 4.6% Public Administration & Safety Fishing’ sector contributes 10.87% of total Orana 7.4% Region and 0.98% of total New South Wales (State) 4.2% Other Services ‘Agriculture, Forestry4.2% and Fishing’ jobs. 3.8% Accommodation & Food Services 7.1% ‘Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Support Services’ 3.0% Professional, Scientific & Technical Services account for 2.3% of Narromine3.3% jobs, significantly 1.8% higher than theManufacturing 0.6% for the broader 4.0% Orana Region. 1.8% Administrative & Support Services 2.7% 1.6% Wholesale Trade 2.3% 1.0% Electricity, Gas, Water & Waste Services 1.2% 0.8% Rental, Hiring & Real Estate Services 0.9% Narromine 0.4% Arts & Recreation Services 1.1% Orana Region 0.3% Information Media & Telecommunications 0.7% 0.3% Financial & Insurance Services 1.3% Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing

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AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY SECTOR, 2016 7 7

The 712 ‘Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing’ jobs, account for 30.4% of the total AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY 2016 regional workforce. Narromine’s ‘Agriculture, SECTOR, Forestry and Fishing’ AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY SECTOR, 2016sector contributes 10.6% of total Orana Region and 0.9% of total New South Wales The 712 ‘Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing’ jobs, account for ‘Agriculture, and Fishing’ jobs. TheForestry 712 ‘Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing’ jobs, account for 30.4% of the total regional workforce. Narromine’s

30.4% of theand total regional workforce. The industry sub -sector ‘ Agriculture, Forestry & contributes FishingNarromine’s Support Services’ ‘Agriculture, Forestry Fishing’ sector 10.6% ‘Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing’ sector contributes 10.6% of total Orana Region and 0.9% of total New South Wales account for 3.7% of total jobs in Narromine, signicantly higher than the 1.2% of total Orana Region and 0.9% of totaland New South jobs. Wales ‘Agriculture, Forestry Fishing’ for the broader Orana Region.

‘Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing’ jobs.

The industry sub-sector ‘Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing TheSupport industryServices’ sub-sector ‘Agriculture, Forestry Fishing account for 3.7% of total&jobs in Support Services’ account for 3.7% of total jobs in Narromine, significantly higher than the 1.2% for the broader Narromine, significantly higher than the 1.2%Orana for theRegion. broader Orana Region. "Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing" "Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing" sub-sectors sub-sectors Sheep, Grains, Beef & Dairy Cattle Sheep, Grains, Beef & Dairy Cattle Other Agriculture Other Agriculture Aquaculture Aquaculture Forestry & Logging Forestry & Logging Fishing, Hunting & Trapping

Fishing, Hunting & Trapping Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Support Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Support Services Services Total Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Total Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Total jobs in region Total jobs in region

Narromine Shire Orana Region Narromine Shire Orana Region % of total jobs % of total jobs No. No. %inofregion total jobs %inofregion total jobs No. No. in region in region 562 24.0% 5,550 11.1% 562 24.0% 5,550 11.1% 63 2.7% 504 1.0% 2.7% 1.0% 063 0.0% 0504 0.0% 00 00

0 87 87 712 712 2,339

2,339

Regional Exports 2016

0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

0.0% 3.7% 3.7% 30.4% 30.4% 100.0%

100.0%

16 0 3116

31 610 610 6,711 6,711 49,871

49,871

0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.1%

0.1% 1.2% 1.2% 13.5% 13.5% 100.0%

100.0%

Regional Exports, 2016 Regional Exports, 2016

The ‘Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing’ sector in the

The ‘Agriculture, Forestry andexports Fishing’ sector in Fishing’ the $170.83 Narromine Shire The ‘Agriculture, Forestry and sector in the exports Narromine Shire approximately million Shire exports approximately $170.83 million approximatelyNarromine $170.83 million (or 45.5% of total regional exports). (or 45.5% of total regional exports). (or 45.5% of total regional exports).

Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing $170.828 Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing $170.828 Mining $152.343 Mining $152.343 Education & Training $11.867 Education & Training $11.867 Manufacturing $11.650 Manufacturing $11.650 Transport, Postal & Warehousing $8.818 Transport, Postal & Warehousing $8.818 Electricity, Gas, Water & Waste Services $4.923 Electricity, Gas, Water & Waste Services $4.923 Construction $3.972 Construction $3.972 Wholesale Trade $1.728 Wholesale Trade $1.728 Accommodation & Food Services $1.599 Accommodation & Food Services $1.599 Financial & Insurance Services $1.566 Financial & Insurance Services $1.566 Professional, Scientific & Technical Services $1.177 Professional, Scientific & Technical Services $1.177 Rental, Hiring & Real Estate Services $1.159 Rental, Hiring & Real Estate Services $1.159 Administrative & Support Services $1.037 Administrative & Support Services $1.037 Other Services $0.827 Other Services $0.827 Retail Trade $0.799 Retail Trade $0.799 Information Media & Telecommunications $0.797 Information Media & Telecommunications $0.797 Health Care & Social Assistance $0.348 Health Care & Social Assistance $0.348 Arts & Recreation Services $0.052 Arts & Recreation Services $0.052 Public Administration & Safety $0.038 Public Administration & Safety $0.038 $0 $50 $100 $150 $200 $0 $50 $100 ($M) $150 $200 Regional Exports Regional Exports ($M)


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Agriculture Sub-Sectors Regional Exports, 2016

lture Sub-Sectors Regional Exports, 2016

The ‘Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing’ sector can be further drilled down to

iculture, Forestry and Fishing’ sector can be furtherunderstanding drilled down of to local agricultural sub-sectors to provide a more detailed ors to provide a more detailed understanding of local agricultural economic activity in NarromineRegional . The majority of exports from the region are Agriculture Sub-Sectors Exports, 2016 c activity in Narromine. The majority of exports theCattle’ regionsector are (38.0% of total from sub-sector ‘Sheep, Grains, Beeffrom & Diary b-sector ‘Sheep, Grains, Beef Forestry sectorsector (38.0%can of be total regional exports) .& Diary Cattle’ The ‘Agriculture, and Fishing’ further drilled down to exports). sub-sectors to provide a more detailed understanding of local agricultural

Sheep, Grains, Beef & Dairy Cattle $142.863 economic activity in Narromine. The majority of exports from the region are from sub-sector ‘Sheep, Grains, Beef & Diary Cattle’ sector (38.0% of total Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Support Services $20.852 regional exports).

Other Agriculture Sheep, $7.113 Grains, Beef & Dairy Cattle

$142.863

Aquaculture Agriculture, Forestry$0.000 & Fishing Support Services

$20.852

Fishing, Hunting & Trapping

$0.000

Other Agriculture

Forestry & Logging

$0.000

Aquaculture

$0.000

$0 Fishing,$50 Hunting & $100 Trapping Regional Exports ($M)

$150 $0.000

Forestry & Logging

$0.000

bution to Gross Regional Product, 2017

$7.113

$0

$50

Contribution to Gross Regional Product, 2017 Forestry and Fishing’ sector recorded industry value-added (or

$100

$150

Regional Exports ($M)

riculture, ion to GrossContribution Regional Product) Gross of $82.480 million Product, in the Narromine Shire for Regional 2017 The ‘Agriculture,to Forestry and Fishing’ sector recorded industry value-added 24.0% of total value-added for the region (total value-added for Narromine is (or contribution to Gross Regional Product) of $82.480 million in the Narromine Shire for 9 million). The ‘Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing’ sector recorded industry value-added (or

2017 , or 24.0% of total value-added for the region (total value-added for Narromine is

contribution to Gross Regional Product) of $82.480 million in the Narromine Shire for $344 .019 million) . re, Forestry and Fishing is theoflargest industry contributor GRP (total in 2017 ahead 2017, or 24.0% total value-added for the to region value-added for Narromine is l, Hiring & Real Estate Services’ ($50.971 million) and ‘Mining’ ($50.465 million). $344.019 million).

Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing is the largest industry contributor to GRP in 2017 ahead $82.480 of ‘Rental, Hiring & Real ($50.971 million) and ‘Mining’ ($50.465 Agriculture, Forestry and Estate FishingServices’ is the largest industry contributor to GRP in 2017million) ahead .

Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing

Rental, Hiring & Real Estate Services

$50.971

Mining

$50.465

of ‘Rental, Hiring & Real Estate Services’ ($50.971 million) and ‘Mining’ ($50.465 million).

Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Education & Training $22.823

$82.480

Rental, Hiring & Real Estate Services Construction $20.739

Health Care & Social Assistance

$19.891Mining

Public Administration & Safety

Education $13.695& Training

Transport, Postal & Warehousing

Construction $13.694

$50.971

$50.465 $22.823 $20.739

Health Care & $13.124 Social Assistance Retail Trade

$19.891

Public Administration & Safety tricity, Gas, Water & Waste Services $9.592

$13.695

Transport, Postal & Warehousing onal, Scientific & Technical Services $8.862

$13.694

$8.300 Retail Trade

$13.124

Other Services

Electricity, & Waste Services Wholesale TradeGas, Water $7.099

$9.592

Professional, Scientific$5.928 & Technical Services Manufacturing

$8.862

Administrative & Support Services

$5.560 Other Services

$8.300

Accommodation & Food Services

Wholesale Trade $5.540

$7.099

Financial & Insurance Services

$3.423 Manufacturing

$5.928

Administrative & Support Services ation Media & Telecommunications $1.219

$5.560

Accommodation Arts & Recreation Services $0.613 & Food Services

$5.540

Financial & Insurance Services $3.423 $0 $50 Information Media & Telecommunications $1.219 Value-Added ($M)

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TURNOVER Turnover AND SIZE TurnoverWORKFORCE AndWorkforce WorkforceSize Size And Almostone-quarter one-quarterofof‘Agriculture, ‘Agriculture,Forestry Forestryand and Almost Fishing’businesses businessesininthe theNarromine NarromineShire Shirehave havean an Fishing’ Almost one-quarter of ‘Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing’ businesses annual turnoverbetween between $500,000 and$2 $2 million in the Narromine annual turnover $500,000 and million Shire have an annual(24.8%), turnover between $500,000 and $2 million (24.8%),followed followed by thosebusinesses businesses withaa(24.8%), followed by by those with those businesses with a turnover between $200,000 and $500,000 turnoverbetween between$200,000 $200,000and and$500,000 $500,000(24.6%) (24.6%) (24.6%) turnover

Agricultural Businesses Turnover, 2016 Agriculturalby Businesses byTurnover, Turnover, 2016 Agricultural Businesses by 2016 38 38 (7.4%) (7.4%)

Zerototo$50k $50k Zero 102 102 (19.9%) (19.9%)

127 127 (24.8%) (24.8%)

$50ktotoless lessthan than$100k $100k $50k $100ktotoless lessthan than$200K $200K $100k

41 41 (8.0%) (8.0%)

126 126 (24.6%) (24.6%)

$200ktotoless lessthan than$500k $500k $200k

79 79 (15.4%) (15.4%)

$500ktotoless lessthan than$2m $2m $500k

$2morormore more $2m

Average employment per business in the ‘Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing’ industry Averageemployment employmentper perbusiness businessininthe the‘Agriculture, ‘Agriculture,Forestry Forestry Average sector inand Narromine is 1.4 jobs in which is below theisaverage workforce size for all andFishing’ Fishing’Shire industry sector inNarromine Narromine Shire is1.4 1.4jobs jobs industry sector Shire industries sectors in the Shire (2.5 jobs). whichisisbelow belowthe theaverage averageworkforce workforcesize sizefor forall allindustries industries which sectorsininthe theShire Shire(2.5 (2.5jobs). jobs). sectors

Businesses by Turnover and Workforce Size 2016 Businessesby byTurnover Turnoverand andWorkforce WorkforceSize Size2016 2016 Businesses Agriculture,Forestry Forestry Agriculture, andFishing Fishing and No. %%ofofTotal Total No.

AllIndustries Industries All No. No.

Total %%ofofTotal

TurnoverRange Range Turnover Zerototo$50k $50k Zero $50ktotoless lessthan than$100k $100k $50k $100ktotoless lessthan than$200K $200K $100k $200ktotoless lessthan than$500k $500k $200k $500ktotoless lessthan than$2m $2m $500k $2morormore more $2m Total Total

102 102 41 41 79 79 126 126 127 127 38 38 513 513

19.9% 19.9% 8.0% 8.0% 15.4% 15.4% 24.6% 24.6% 24.8% 24.8% 7.4% 7.4% 100.0% 100.0%

186 186 117 117 163 163 231 231 190 190 50 50 937 937

19.9% 19.9% 12.5% 12.5% 17.4% 17.4% 24.7% 24.7% 20.3% 20.3% 5.3% 5.3% 100.0% 100.0%

WorkforceSize Size Workforce Nonemploying employing Non 1-4 1-4

302 302 165 165

59.3% 59.3% 32.4% 32.4%

583 583 286 286

61.2% 61.2% 30.0% 30.0%

42 42 00 00 509 509

8.3% 8.3% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 100.0%

78 78 66 00 953 953

8.2% 8.2% 0.6% 0.6% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 100.0%

5-19 5-19 20-199 20-199 200+ 200+ Total Total AverageWorkforce WorkforceSize Size(jobs) (jobs) Average

1.4 1.4

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Gross Value of Production, 2015-16

Gross Value of Production, 2015-16

The dominant agricultural commodity in Narromine in 2015 -16 was Crops, producing a gross value of $149.0 million and more than three quarters (77.1%) to total agricultural The dominant agricultural commodity in Narromine in 2015-16 was Crops, producing a gross value for the region. Livestock (products and slaughtered) were valued at gross value $149.0 million and more than three quarters (77.1%) to total agricultural $40.7 million or of 21.1% of total gross value of agricultural commodity production.

gross value for the region. Livestock (products and slaughtered) were valued at $40.7 million or 21.1% of total gross value of agricultural commodity production. Narromine

Commodity Crops Cereal crops for grain Wheat Barley Other cereal crops Total cereal crops for grain Non cereal crops Chickpeas Oil seeds Cotton Pasture seed Other non cereal crops Total non-cereal crops Total crops a Livestock Livestock products Livestock slaughtered Total livestock Horticulture Nurseries Orchard fruit Grapes for wine production Total horticulturea

Orana region

Value ($M)

% of Total

Value ($M)

% of Total

$63.872 $3.775 $10.836 $78.484

33.1% 2.0% 5.6% 40.6%

$297.650 $70.042 $38.658 $406.350

19.9% 4.7% 2.6% 27.2%

$16.711 $8.471 $33.793 $6.658 $4.898 $70.531 $149.015

8.6% 4.4% 17.5% 3.4% 2.5% 36.5% 77.1%

$75.351 $33.066 $185.850 $44.309 $27.891 $366.467 $772.816

5.0% 2.2% 12.4% 3.0% 1.9% 24.5% 51.7%

$12.846 $27.839 $40.686

6.6% 14.4% 21.1%

$194.828 $522.541 $717.369

13.0% 35.0% 48.0%

$1.241 $2.228 $0.025 $3.494

0.6% 1.2% 0.0% 1.8%

$1.294 $2.228 $0.996 $4.518

0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 0.3%

TOTAL $193.195 100.0% $1,494.703 100.0% Note: a) total for Orana region only inclusive of commodities listed in table (i.e. commodites produced in Narromine).

ACTIVITY BY COMMODITY Cereal Crops

ACTIVITY BY COMMODITY The total area for cereal crops for all purposes in the Narromine Shire for 2015-16 was 144,240 hectares (15.8% of the land allocated to cereal crop production in Cereal Crops Orana Region). A total of 289,027 tonnes of cereal crops were produced in the

The totalThis area is forequal cereal to crops all purposes the of Narromine Shireper for 2015 -16 in Narromine Shire. an for average yieldinrate 2.1 tonnes hectare was 144,240 hectares (15.8% of the land allocated to cereal crop production in Shire. This is greater than the yield rate for Orana Region (1.8 tonnes per hectare). Orana Region). A total of 289,027 tonnes of cereal crops were produced in the Shire. This equal value to an average yieldcrops rate ofwithin 2.1 tonnes per hectare in Narromine Shire. Theis total of cereal Narromine Shire in 2015-16 was $78.5 million This is greater than the yield rate for Orana Region (1.8 tonnes per hectare). which was dominated by wheat production at $63.9 million (81.8% contribution to The total value crop of cereal cropsThe within Narromine Shire in 2015-16 $78.5 million total cereal value). value of Narromine cereal was crops accounted for 18.2% which was dominated by wheat production of Orana Region cereal crop value. at $63.9 million ( 81.8% contribution to total cereal crop value). The value of Narromine cereal crops accounted for 18.2%

Proportion of Total Orana Region Production – Cereal Crops, 2015-16 Maize for grain

Sorghum for grain Barley for grain

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45.7%

1.4% 14.8% 16.2%


Shire. This is equal to an average yield rate of 2.1 tonnes per hectare in Narromine Shire. This is greater than the yield rate for Orana Region (1.8 tonnes per hectare). The total value of cereal crops within Narromine Shire in 2015-16 was $78.5 million which was dominated by wheat production at $63.9 million (81.8% contribution to total cereal crop value). The value of Narromine cereal crops accounted for 18.2% of Orana Region cereal crop value.

Proportion of Total Orana Region Production – Cereal Crops, 2015-16

Proportion of Total Orana Region Production – Cereal Crops, 2015-16 Maize for grain

Sorghum for grain

45.7%

1.4%

Barley for grain

14.8%

Oats for grain

16.2%

Wheat for grain 0.0%

21.5% 10.0%

20.0%

30.0%

40.0%

50.0%

Share of Orana region total

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Narromine Cereal Crop Production, 2015-16 4.5%

13.1%

0.2% 0.3%

Wheat for grain

Oats for grain

Barley for grain

Sorghum for grain

Maize for grain 81.8%

Non-Cereal Crops A total of 61,482 tonnes of non -cereal crops was produced in Narromine Shire. This is equal to an average yield rate of 1.5 tonnes per hectare. This is marginally less than the average yield rate for the wider Orana Region (1.5 tonnes per hectare). The total area of non - cereal crops for all purposes in Narromine Crops Shire for 2015 -16 was 61,482 hectares (12.4% of the Non-Cereal 337,630 hectares allocated to non -cereal crop production in the wider Orana Region).

A total of 61,482 tonnes of non-cereal crops was

produced Narromine Shire. This Shire is equal to an -16 average The total value of non -cereal in crops within Narromine in 2015 was yield rate of 1.5 tonnes per hectare. This is marginally $70.5 million in which the largest contributions were made from cotton less than the yield rate for the wider Orana production at $33.8 million (47.9%) andaverage chickpea production at $16.7 Region (1.5 tonnes per hectare). The total area of nonmillion (23.7%). The value of Narromine non -cereal crops dened 19.2% of cereal crops for all purposes in Narromine Shire for Orana Region non -cereal2015-16 crops. was 61,482 hectares (12.4% of the 337,630 hectares allocated to non-cereal crop production in the wider Orana Region).

The total value of non-cereal crops within Narromine Shire in 2015-16 was $70.5 million in which the largest contributions were made from cotton production at $33.8 million (47.9%) and chickpea production at $16.7

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Proportion of Total Orana Region Proportion of Total Orana Region Production – Non-Cereal Crops, 2015-16 Production - Non-Cereal Crops, 2015-16 Lupins

25.5%

Chickpeas

22.2%

Mung beans

3.1%

Faba beans

11.6%

Other pulses

32.9%

Canola

26.4%

Other oilseeds

3.2%

Cotton (lint)

18.2%

Pasture seed

13.9%

0.0%

10.0%

20.0%

30.0%

40.0%

Share of Orana region total

Narromine Non-Cereal Crops Production, 2015-16 Narromine Non-Cereal Crop Production, 2015-16 Mung beans 0.1% Chickpeas 22.5%

Faba beans 3.0% Other pulses 0.9%

Lupins 7.2%

Canola 17.1%

Pasture seed 34.4% Cotton (lint) 14.7%

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Broadacre Crops, Production 2015-16 Broadacre Crops, Production, 2015-16 Area

Production

Hectares

% of Orana

Tonnes

% of Orana

110,968

17.8%

236,405

21.5%

Oats

11,956

15.1%

13,137

16.2%

Barley

17,245

12.8%

37,959

14.8%

Sorghum

93

0.6%

679

1.4%

Maize

83

44.5%

847

45.7%

All other cereals for grain or seed

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

Cereal for Grain (Total)

140,345

16.4%

289,027

19.4%

Cereal Crops not for Grain or Seed

3,893

6.4%

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-

5,421

24.5%

6,869

25.5% 22.2%

Cereal Crops Wheat

Non Cereal Crops Lupins Chickpeas

25,867

22.4%

21,417

Mung beans

63

1.9%

94

3.1%

Faba beans

1,815

12.4%

2,840

11.6%

Other pulses

1,142

43.1%

859

32.9%

11,031

27.6%

16,260

26.4%

20

1.2%

44

3.2%

Cotton

4,711

11.4%

14,025

18.2%

Other crops

2,954

10.6%

-

-

Pasture seed

8,459

12.4%

32,681

13.9%

61,482

18.2%

95,090

18.0%

Oilseeds Canola Other oil seeds Other crops

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Broadacre Crops, Narromine Gross Value 2015-16 Broadacre Crops, Gross Value and Yield 2015-16 Gross Value $M

% of Orana

Broadacre Crops, Gross Value and Yield 2015-16 Cereal Crops Wheat

Gross

Gross Value

$63.9

Oats

$M

Barley

Cereal Crops Sorghum Wheat

$63.9

Maize Oats All other cereals for Barley grain or seed

$3.8 $10.4

Sorghum

$0.2

Maize Cereal Crops All other cereals for not for or Seed grainGrain or seed

$0.3

Cereal for Grain (Total)

$0.2

21.5%

$0.3

16.2% 14.8%

$0.0

1.4%

$78.5

45.7%

-

0.0%

$78.5 $2.9

Faba beans Chickpeas

$16.7

MungOther beanspulses

$0.1

Oilseeds Faba beans

-

$16.7 $0.1

25.5%

$1.2

22.2%

$0.3

3.1%

$1.2

OtherCanola pulses

$0.3

OilseedsOther oil seeds Canola Other crops

$8.4

Other oil seeds

$0.0

Cotton

Other crops

Other crops

Cotton

$33.8

Pasture seed

Other crops

Non Cereal Crop total

Livestock Livestock

2.2

106

1.4%

7.3

4

45.7%

10.3

5

2.2 0.0%

106 0.0

0

19.3%

2.1

417

- 0.0

-0

39

2.1

$8.4 $0.0

1.1 7.3

10.3

5

2.1

417

25.5% -

1.3 39

3.1%

1.5

1

11.6% 0.8

1.6 68

10

22.2%

38

0.8

1.3

68

38

32.9% 1.5

0.8 1

5

1.6

10

0.8 26.4%

5 1.5

46

3.2%

2.2

1

18.2%

$6.7

4

32.9%

3.2%

$0.3

100

11.6%

26.4%

$33.8

203

100

1.5

46

18.2%

2.2

3.0

1

24

21.2%

-

18

3.0

24

15.0%

3.9

94

$6.7

$70.5 15.0%

19.2% 3.9

1.5 94

-

$70.5

19.2%

1.5

$0.3

Non Cereal Pasture seedCrop total

203

19.3%

$2.9

Number of Businesses

2.1 of Number Businesses 1.1

(tonnes / $3.8% of Orana 16.2% ha) $10.4 14.8%

$0.0

Non Crops Cereal for Cereal Grain (Total) Cereal Lupins Crops not for Grain or Seed Chickpeas Non Cereal Crops Mung beans Lupins

21.5% Yield

Gross Yield (tonnes / ha)

21.2%

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Livestock

Beehives number in excess of 1,050 and account for 34.9% of all Beehives number in most excess of 1,050 and account for 34.9% of all beehives in Orana. The prominent livestock Narromine Beehives number in excess of 1,050 and account forin34.9% of all is beehives in Orana. The most prominent livestock in Narromine is sheep and lambs,The withmost the number of livestock lambs in Narromine accounting beehives in Orana. prominent in Narromine is sheep and lambs, with the number of lambs in Narromine accounting for 8.1% all lambs OranaofRegion. sheep and of lambs, with in thethe number lambs in Narromine accounting 8.1% all lambs the Orana for for 8.1% of alloflambs in the in Orana Region.Region. The gross value of livestock slaughtered for 2015 -16 was $27.9 million, consisting ofof$18.3 millionslaughtered in cattle and for calves, million in The gross valuevalue of livestock slaughtered for 2015-16 was$9.4 $27.9 The gross livestock 2015-16 was $27.9 sheep and lambs and $0.1 million in pig slaughters. million, consisting of $18.3 millionmillion in cattleinand calves, million in million in million, consisting of $18.3 cattle and$9.4 calves, $9.4 sheep and and lambs and $0.1 in pig slaughters. sheep lambs andmillion $0.1 million in pig slaughters.

Proportion of Orana Region Gross Value – Livestock Slaughtered, 2015-16 2015-16

Proportion of Orana Region Gross Value – Livestock Slaughtered, Proportion of Orana Region Gross Value – Livestock Slaughtered, 2015-16 Pigs

2.5%

Pigs

2.5%

Sheep and lambs

6.6%

Sheep and lambs

6.6%

Cattle and calves

4.9%

Cattle and calves Poultry

4.9%

0.1%

Poultry 0.0%

0.1% 2.0%

0.0%

4.0%

6.0%

Share of Orana region total

2.0%

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4.0%

8.0%

6.0%

Share of Orana region total

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Gross Value of Livestock Slaughtered, Narromine, 2015-16

Gross Value of Livestock Slaughtered, Narromine, 2015-16 Gross Value of Livestock Slaughtered, Narromine, 2015-16 Pigs Pigs 0.4% 0.4%

Sheep and Sheep and lambs lambs 33.7% 33.7%

Poultry Poultry 0.0% 0.0%

Cattle and calves Cattle 65.8% and calves 65.8%

The gross value of livestock products in Narromine for 2015-16 is $12.8 million which is driven by $12.4million in wool sales and $0.4 million in milk sales. The gross value of livestock products in Narromine Narromine’s livestock productsproducts accounted for 6.6% The2015-16 gross value of livestock in Narromine for is $12.8 million which is driven by $12.4 2015-16 is $12.8 million which is driven byin$12.4 offor the gross generated by Orana Region million in value wool sales and $0.4 million in milk sales. millionproducts in wool sales and $0.4 million in milk sales. livestock for 2015-16. Narromine’s livestock products accounted for 6.6% Narromine’s livestock products accounted for 6.6% of the gross value generated by Orana Region in of the gross valuelivestock generated by Orana Region in products for 2015-16. livestock products for 2015-16.

Gross Value of Livestock Products, Narromine, 2015-16 Gross Value of Livestock Products, Narromine, 2015-16

Gross Value of Livestock Products, Narromine, 2015-16 Milk Milk 3.2% 3.2%

Wool Wool 96.8% 96.8%

Eggs Eggs 0.0% 0.0%


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Proportion of Orana Region Gross Value – Livestock Products, 2015-16

Proportion of Orana Region, Gross Value – Livestock Products, 2015-16 Milk

3.2%

Milk

3.2%

Wool

6.9%

Wool

6.9%

Eggs

Eggs

0.02%

0.02%

0.00%

0.00%

2.00%

2.00%

4.00% 8.00% 6.00%

4.00%

8.00%

6.00%

Share Share of Orana region totalof Orana region total

Livestock Production, 2015-16

LivestockLivestock Production,Production, 2015-16 2015-16 Production Head No. Poultry and Eggs Layers Poultry and Eggs All other Poultry Layers Hen Egg Production All other Poultry (dozens)

38

Number of Establishments % of Orana Production

Head No.

Diary Cattle

Number of Establishments

0.2%

3

3

0.0% 38

1 0.2%

3

53

0.0% 3

3 0.0%

1

53

0.0%

3

5

Hen Egg Production (dozens)

Cattle

% of Orana

Cows in Cattle Milk and Dry

126

3.2%

Other Diary CattleCattle Diary

409

7.2%

3

5.5%126

8 3.2%

409

7.2%

3

5.5%

8

Total Diary Cattle Cows in Milk and535 Dry Meat Cattle

Other Diary Cattle

Calves less than1 year 10,766 Total Diary Cattle Cows and heifers 1 year 15,766 and over Meat Cattle All other meatCalves cattle less than1 8,666 year

Total Meat Cattle

35,198

5

5.6%

138

4.5%

141

535

5.1% 10,766

134 5.6%

138

4.5%

141

4.9%

170

8.1%

170

Breeding ewes 1 year and 186,507 Total over (Merino and other)Meat Cattle

5.1%

134

6.6% 35,198

177 4.9%

170

All Other Sheep lambs Sheep& and lambs

4.5%

Cows and heifers 1 year Sheep and lambs and over Lambs under 1 year 129,927 All other meat cattle 24,841

15,766 8,666

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Total sheep and lambsunder 1 year 341,275 Lambs

6.9% 129,927

202 8.1%

170

Breeding ewes 1 year and Breeding Sows 107 over (Merino and other)

177

Pigs

All other pigs Total Pigs

186,507 6.5%

6 6.6%

142

1.7%

5

248

2.5%

6

1.5%

6

All Other Sheep & lambs

Total sheep and lambs Other Livestock Goats Beehives

Pigs

Breeding Sows

All other livestock All other pigs

1,328

24,841

341,275

4.5%

-

6.9%

202

1,052

34.9%107

3 6.5%

243

3.4%142

19 1.7%

5

248

2.5%

6

1,328

1.5%

6

1,052

34.9%

3

243

3.4%

19

Total Pigs

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Livestock, Gross Value 2015-16

Livestock, Gross Value 2015-16 Gross value $M

Livestock products

% of Orana

Livestock, Gross Value 2015-16

Eggs

$0.000

0.0%

Wool

$12.434

Milk

$0.413

Total

Livestock products Eggs

Wool and other Livestock slaughtered Milk

Poultry

$12.846 disposals

Gross value $M

$0.000

$12.434 $0.413

$0.001 $12.846

Total

6.9%

% of Orana

3.2% 6.6%

0.0% 6.9% 3.2%

0.1%6.6%

Cattle and calves Livestock slaughtered and $18.310 other disposals

4.9%

Sheep and lambs Poultry Pigs

$9.381 $0.001

$0.108 $18.310

6.6%0.1%

Cattle and calves

Other

Sheep and lambs

$0.000 $9.381

- 6.6%

Total

Pigs

$27.839 $0.108

5.3%2.5%

$40.686

5.7%

Other

Total

Total

$0.000

$27.839

Total

$40.686

Horticulture

2.5%4.9%

-

5.3% 5.7%

Horticulture

Horticulture

Narromine’s Horticulture sector includes nurseries and the production of citrus and grapes for wine production. Theincludes total value ofand Narromine’s horticultural arromine’s Horticulture sector includes nurseries Narromine’s Horticulture sector nurseries and sector $3.5 million where thegrapes largest contributing commodity is oranges production of citrus and grapes for wine production. theis production of citrus and for wine production. valued at $1.2 million (33.5%) followed by lemons ($1.1 The total value of Narromine’s horticultural sector The total value of Narromine’s horticultural sector is ismillion or 30.2% of $3.5 million where the largest contributing commodity horticultural activity). 5 million where the largest contributing commodity is is oranges valued at $1.2 million (33.5%) followed by

oranges lemons valued($1.1 at $1.2 million (33.5%) followed by million or 30.2% of horticultural activity). Gross Value of Horticulture Production, mons ($1.1 million or 30.2% of horticultural activity). Gross Value of Horticulture Production, Narromine, 2015-16 Narromine, 2015-16

Value of Horticulture Production, Narromine, 2015-16

Oranges 33.5%

Grapes for wine production Grapes for wine 0.7%

Lemons 30.2%

production Undercover nurseries 0.7%

Lemons 30.2%

Oranges 33.5%

6.8%

Undercover nurseries 6.8%

Outdoor nurseries 28.7%

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Proportion of Orana Region Gross Value – Horticulture, 2015-16 Undercover nurseries Proportion of Orana Region Gross Value – Horticulture, Proportion of Orana Region Gross Value99.8% – Horticulture, 2015-16 2015 -16 Outdoor nurseries

Undercover nurseries

Outdoor nurseriesOranges

100.0%

95.0%

Oranges

100.0%

Lemons

100.0%

Lemons

Grapes for wine production Grapes for wine production

95.0%

99.8%

100.0%

2.5%

2.5%

0.0%

50.0% 50.0% Share

0.0%

100.0%

100.0% of Orana region total

Share of Orana region total

Production and gross value for the Orana region’s nursery production, and Production and is gross forfrom the Orana region’s nursery oranges and lemons predominately Narromine. Grapes for wine Production and gross value forvalue the Orana region’s nursery production, and production, and oranges and are lemons is predominately fromcontributed Narromine. Grapes for wine oranges and lemons is predominately from2.5% Narromine. Grapes for wine production now producing and have to total Orana production are now producing and have contributed 2.5% to total Orana region gross value for grapes for wine production. production are now producing and have contributed 2.5% to total Orana region gross value for grapes for wine production.

region gross value for grapes for wine production.

Horticulture, Production and Gross Value, 2015 -16

Horticulture, Production and Gross Value, 2015-16

Horticulture, Production Gross Value,Production 2015-16 Areaand / number No.

Unit

0.5 8.8

No. Hectare Hectare

Undercover Fruit and Nuts Outdoor All Orchard Fruit Oranges Lemons Fruit and Nuts Grapes for wine production All Orchard Fruit Total Horticulture

97 78,108 7,444 135 242

8.8 Hectare No. trees No. trees Hectare 97 Hectare

Nurseries Undercover Outdoor

$0.238 $1.003

Nurseries Undercover Outdoor

Nurseries

0.5

Oranges 78,108 Lemons 7,444 Grapes for wine production Gross Value135 Total Horticulture $M % of242 Orana

Fruit and Nuts Oranges Nurseries Lemons Grapes for wine production Undercover Total Horticulture

Outdoor

$1.172 $1.056 $0.025 $3.494

Fruit and Nuts Oranges Lemons Grapes for wine production Total Horticulture

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Tonnes Area / number

99.8% 95.0% Gross

Unit 99.8% 95.1%

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Hectare

% of Orana 99.8%

-

Value

-

% of Orana

-

-

$1.003

95.0%

-

100.0% 100.0% 2.5% 77.3%

40.8 58.3 0.6 -

40.8 kg / tree 58.3 kg / tree 0.699.8% t / ha -

41.5% 100.0% 100.0% 2.5% 41.5%

2

Gross4 Yeild No.

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No. trees 100.0% 1,534 No. trees 99.7% 434 Gross Yeild 17.2% Hectare Number of75 Hectare Unit 21.5% 2,044 Establishments No.

% of Orana

$1.172 $1.056 $0.025 $3.494

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Hectare 2,044 95.1% 41.5% 29.7% 100.0% 1,534 100.0% 99.7% 434 100.0% 17.2% 75 2.5% Hectare 2,044 29.7% 41.5% 2,044 21.5%

$M

100.0% 100.0% 2.5% $0.238 77.3%

Production

% of Orana

2 1 2 -

Unit

Number of Establishments

-

2 4

kg / tree kg / tree t / ha -

2 1 2 -


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Resources • REMPLAN Economic Development Practitioner Package for Narromine Shire • 2016 ABS Census Journey to Work Employment Data; • 2014 / 2015 ABS National Input Output Tables; • June 2017 ABS Gross State Product; • ABS Catalogue number 8165.0 “Counts of Australian Businesses, including Entries and Exits, Jun 2012 to Jun 2016”. • ABS Catalogue number 7503.0 “Value of Agricultural Commodities Produced, Australia, 2015 -16”. • ABS Catalogue number 7121.0 “Agricultural Commodities, Australia, 2015 -16”.


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