Ag graduates urged to swap farm work for the classroom

By Sophia McCaughan
Updated November 25 2023 - 8:35am, first published 8:30am
An agriculture teacher shortage threatens the future of the skilled farming workforce. (HANDOUT/SUPPLIED)
An agriculture teacher shortage threatens the future of the skilled farming workforce. (HANDOUT/SUPPLIED)

Agriculture graduates are being urged to consider working in the classroom, as a shortage of teachers raises concerns about the future of the skilled farming workforce.

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