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Farm lobby group AgForce says substandard roads are preventing farm products from regional Queensland from getting to ports efficiently.
The group's state council has decided to make lobbying for regional infrastructure projects one of its key focuses for next year.
President John Cotter says the range crossing at Toowoomba on the Darling Downs is one of the most urgent priorities.
"It is just a bottleneck that holds up product from as far away as the Barkly Tableland coming into the port, and the processing sector in south-east Queensland, and I think it's long overdue that both the state and Federal Government took this seriously," he said.
"It's atrocious to see that we don't have the capacity to move our product as efficiently and effectively as we should have through the development of better roads and rail systems."
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