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Publications

The National Farmers' Federation produces major publications, including the NFF Annual Review, to inform members, stakeholders and the broader community.

2030 Roadmap

The NFF's 2030 Roadmap documents Australian agriculture's plan to reach $100 billion in farm gate output by 2030.

  • 2030 Roadmap (PDF 5.9 Mb)

    Australian agriculture's plan for a $100 billion industry

Annual Review

The NFF's flagship publication is its Annual Review, which also includes its Yearbook. It is published online in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format and in Realview. Hard copies of the current edition and electronic copies of previous editions are available from the NFF by contacting: (02) 6269 5666 or emailing .

  • Annual Review 2015-16 (PDF 6.1 Mb)

    The Annual Review 2015-16 includes feature articles and reports on the NFF's highlights, achievements, activities and portfolio areas over the past 12 months.

    The Annual Review is available to download as a PDF via the link above.

  • NFF Yearbook 2015-16 (PDF 19.1 Mb)

    As part of the Annual Review, the NFF also produces a Yearbook, containing reports from NFF member organisations covering their activities over the 2015-16 year.

    The Yearbook is available to download as a PDF via the link above.

  • Annual Review 2014-15 (PDF 12.4 Mb)

    The Annual Review 2014-15 includes feature articles and reports on the NFF's highlights, achievements, activities and portfolio areas over the past 12 months.

    The Annual Review is available to download as a PDF via the link above.

  • NFF Yearbook 2014-15 (PDF 34.9 Mb)

    As part of the Annual Review, the NFF also produces a Yearbook, containing reports from NFF member

    organisations covering their activities over the 2014-15 year.
    The Yearbook is available to download as a PDF via the link above.

  • Preview Annual Review 2013-14 (PDF 3.2 Mb)

    The Annual Review 2013-14 includes feature articles and reports on the NFF's highlights, achievements, activities and portfolio areas over the past 12 months.

    The Annual Review is available to download as a PDF via the link above, or to view online in realview.

  • NFF 2013-14 Yearbook (PDF 12.3 Mb)

    As part of the Annual Review, the NFF also produces a Yearbook, containing reports from NFF member organisations covering their activities over the 2013-14 year.

    The Yearbook is available to download as a PDF via the link below, or to view online in realview.

  • Preview Annual Review 2012-13 (PDF 3.0 Mb)

    The Annual Review 2012-13 includes feature articles and reports on the NFF's highlights, achievements, activities and portfolio areas over the past 12 months.

    The Annual Review is available to download as a PDF via the link above, or to view online in realview.

  • Yearbook 2012-13 (PDF 8.9 Mb)

    As part of the Annual Review, the NFF also produces a Yearbook, containing reports from NFF member organisations covering their activities over the 2012-13 year.

    The Annual Review is available to download as a PDF via the link above, or to view online in realview.

  • Preview Annual Review 2011-12 (PDF 3.0 Mb)
  • Yearbook 2011-12 (PDF 12.4 Mb)

Work Place Relations

  • Preview A Greener Future (PDF 1.7 Mb)

    A greener future is a grassroots initiative to build and retain Australia's domestic workforce.

    Labour shortages are a significant problem for the agricultural sector. Recent figures suggest that 80% of farmers experience difficulty finding workers at varying points in the year.

  • Preview Safer Quads Means Safer Farmers (PDF 524.9 kb)

    The NFF are supporting the adoption of greater safety measures for quad bikes, putting Australia on the path toward fewer deaths and injuries from quad bike accidents.

Trade & Economics

  • Preview Drought Policy - Resilient and Strong Farm Business (PDF 1.4 Mb)

    Supporting farmers before, during and after drought: the National Farmers' Federation's (NFF) vision to get drought policy right for regional and rural Australia.

  • Preview Powering Farm Business (PDF 1.4 Mb)

    Affordable energy is key to regional prosperity.
    Australia's farm sector is a significant contributor to Australia's economic strength, producing $60 billion worth of food and fibre. For agriculture to continue on its trajectory of growth, the sector needs affordable, reliable and lower emission energy. To achieve this, the National Farmers' Federation (NFF) is calling on Government to provide energy policy certainty.

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