Agriculture: The Forefront of Economic Prosperity and Development

Woman walking in her farmland

In most countries, farming is an important sector in boosting their respective economies. It has become the forefront of their development leading to economic prosperity and ensured that the growing population is well fed. This is true for a country such as Australia.

From its humble beginnings in the year 1788 of a livestock colony consisting of merely seven cattle, seven horses, five rabbits, 74 pigs, 29 sheep, 29 geese, 18 turkeys, 209 fowls and 35 ducks, the Australian agricultural sector has become immensely productive due to innovative farming developments and techniques.

The leading contributor to economic growth

In Australia, the agricultural sector remains to be one of the leading contributors to economic growth and development. According to the recent data provided by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the estimated gross value of agricultural production for the year 2009-2010 was approximately $40 billion.

Aside from this economic opulence, agriculture helped in binding the Australians of both urban and rural regions through what agriculture does and is capable of providing. It helped in shaping the entire nation and will sustain the rest of the population even its export partners in the years to come.

The forward-thinking agricultural market

Companies from all over the globe provide those who are willing to enter the global agricultural market a forward-thinking attitude and a great scope for development and expansion.

For more than 20 decades, these market leaders are successful in supplying a vast number of agricultural equipment necessary to develop hectares of land and boost economic growth.

From the basic tools to complex machinery for sale such as V hay rakes, tractors and the like, these companies are more than willing to provide all the help necessary to increase jobs growth, drive export opportunities for those interested in agricultural businesses.

Australia’s farming industry has gone a long way since 1788. It continues to provide for food on the table and will continue to do so in the future.