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NFF President re-elected as Australian agriculture enters golden era

Queensland farmer Brent Finlay has been re-elected unopposed as the President of the National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) for a second term at the NFF Members’ Council meeting and AGM in Canberra today.

Australia-China Free Trade Agreement defines future landscape for farmers

The National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) has today welcomed the Prime Minister’s announcement of a free trade agreement with China – cementing Australian agriculture’s place in the world’s biggest market and providing millions of dollars in export value to Australian farmers.

Chicken growers welcomed to the NFF family

The National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) today announced that the Australian Chicken Growers Council (ACGC) has joined the national peak farm body as an Associate Member.

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NFF 2013-14 Annual Review

The 2013-14 Annual Review includes feature articles and reports on the NFF's highlights, achievements and policy portfolio areas.

NFF Committees and Taskforces

Find out more about NFF Committees and Taskforces. What Committees are there? What's the difference between a Taskforce and Committee? How does membership work? What do Committees do? Am I represented?

Submissions to Government

A full rundown on submissions the NFF has made to various Federal Government departments, agencies and inquiries.

NFF National Congress 2014

Australian agriculture's premier event, the NFF National Congress, will be held in Canberra, 20-21 October 2014.

'Producing our Future' will see over 350 representatives from government, industry and the wider agricultural supply chain join together to explore core business, challenging viewpoints and blue-sky opportunities for agriculture at the grass-roots, Australian and global levels.


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