IN THIS SECTION:
Individual farmers cannot join the National Farmers' Federation (NFF) directly, they must join a state farming organisation and/or relevant commodity organisation, which, in turn, is a member of the NFF.
Nevertheless, the NFF recognises the importance of all Australian farmers being kept fully informed and up-to-date on the issues and developments affecting them. To this end, completing the online form (below) will help keep you 'in the loop' on NFF activity.
All information provided by you is held in strictest confidence and will not be shared with any other organisation, body or entity. Materials provided for your information - namely the NFF fortnightly e-newsletter, the NFF AGvocate - are free-of-charge and distributed with a view to minimising download times.
Overwhelmingly, farmers support, and see tangible value in, what the NFF does, so become a member of your state or commodity organisation and ENSURE they are a member of the NFF.
Only by working together we can get results that benefit agriculture and deliver value to your business and your community. A full list of NFF member organisations for individual farmers to join and, thereby, have their say on NFF policies and priorities, are detailed in the Our Members section of this website.
2013 Federal Election
NFF National Congress 2012