Support programs and tools for agribusiness

Agriculture industries in Queensland face unique opportunities and challenges. We work in partnership with industry and stakeholders across the supply chain to identify and develop new opportunities. We also support developments and investments that have the potential to grow industries and regional economies.

Our customer service centre and regional offices can connect you with the right people and information for your enquiry or project.

We have also provided information and links below to business and industry support programs and tools. Your local Natural Resource Management (NRM) group and local council may also provide additional support tools and information.

Calculators and support tools


Broadacre and horticultural crop farmers in Queensland can assess production costs and inform farm management decisions using the AgMargins™ web-based gross-margin calculator and reporting tool.

Agricultural business tools—overview

You can access our wide range of interactive agricultural business tools and software to assist you in budgeting, managing risks, assessing and monitoring grazing land and soil, managing herds and projecting climate and rainfall.


Sheep and cattle farmers can calculate daily nutritional requirements, reduce supplement costs and achieve livestock targets using GrazFeed.

Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) calculators

Red meat producers can assess production costs, animal health, feed, pasture and climate impact using MLA's online tools and calculators to assist in making business decisions.

Property identification codes

Livestock owners can use property identification codes to assess and meet biosecurity requirements for tracing the movement of animals throughout Australia to manage disease outbreaks and contamination incidents.

Support services and commercialisation opportunities—overview

Access our support services for your agricultural business including industry development, trends and investment opportunities, research, drought relief, initiatives that support women, and farm assistance programs.

Self assessment of transfer duty

The toolkits for transfer duty self assessors (including land and water) bring together everything you need to enter transactions into QRO Online for transfers, exemptions, aggregations and options.

Mapping and map builds

Find mapping tools, searches and services to help you begin investigating the suitability of a site, proposal or investment.

Assistance services

Drought and disaster recovery loans, grants and assistance

As a primary producer, you may be eligible for drought and disaster assistance from the Queensland Government, Australian Government or other providers.

FarmHub hardship assistance and advice

As a farmer, you can find information about hardship assistance, such as support for mental health and drought and rural support.

Agribusiness project facilitation

The One-stop service includes an agribusiness project facilitation to assist you through the various stages of an agricultural project which may include referrals to other agencies or linking you with investment or funding options, or other government services.

Business tools and information


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