Farmers are protesting across the country on Friday over a myriad of new changes recently introduced by the Government.
The Groundswell Howl of a Protest event is taking place in towns and cities across the country. It's in support of farmers and growers "fed up with increasing Government interference in your life and business, unworkable regulations and unjustified costs".
Farmers claim they are being adversely affected by what they say are mounting regulations being imposed by the Government making it difficult for them to get by. They point to the likes of the Government's electric car rebate scheme, which places a fee on the import of new high-emission vehicles like utes.
"Forcing things on people that they haven't been consulted on [is] causing a lot of anxiety and a lot of stress and tensions in the rural sector," organiser Bryce McKenzie told Newshub this week.
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