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The National Farmers' Federation (NFF) has a number of key partners, who assist us in delivering programs of benefit to farmers and the wider agricultural sector.
In return, partnering with the NFF provides organisations with an unprecedented opportunity to connect with the agricultural sector via its peak representative body. From the grassroots to the key decision makers in agriculture, the NFF name and reputation opens doors.
There are three distinct partnership programs with the NFF: Corporate Partners, Blueprint for Australian Agricuture Partners, and NFF National Congress Partners.
The NFF is recognised as playing the lead role in setting the agenda for agriculture. NFF partners gain unparalleled opportunities to reach those in positions of power, those who turn to the NFF for our advice and our opinion on the issues that matter to farmers. Prime Super is the NFF Corporate Partner.
Blueprint for Australian Agriculture Partners
While the Blueprint was launched in February 2013, opportunities are still available for partners as the Blueprint moves into the legacy phase. The Blueprint for Australian Agriculture is an initiative of the NFF, in conjunction with Major Partners Westpac , Woolworths and the Australian Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (now known as the Department of Agriculture). The key partners for the Blueprint for Australian Agriculture legacy phase are existing partners Westpac and Woolworths along with new partners Bayer and Syngenta Australia.
2012 NFF Congress Partners
The 2012 NFF National Congress was held in Canberra in October 2012. The next Congress will be held in 2014-15 and partners for the event will be sought.
For more information on partnering with the NFF, download the NFF Partnership Proposal for 2013.
2013 Federal Election
NFF National Congress 2012