Fieldays 2012: The rural-urban divide

Primary Industries minister David Carter isn't convinced there's a gap between town and country – and at Fieldays 2012, he pointed out that much of our collective livelihood depends on the rural economy. So, is he worried about how to attract good talent into agriculture?

Fieldays 2012: Primary Industries minister David Carter on the rural-urban divide from Idealog on Vimeo.

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