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Who are Future Farmers Network?

Future Farmers Network (FFN) are a not-for-profit organisation. It is focused on building the engagement and network of those aged 18 to 35 years in agriculture. The Board of Directors currently consists of ten young people in rural industries. They are based all over Australia and under 35 years of age.

The network aims to empower, support and retain young people in Australian agriculture. It is the only national independent organisation providing opportunities and services to support the future of Australian agriculture. Established in 2002, with the belief that it is not a shortage of young people in the rural industries, but rather the shortage of identified and communicated opportunities that is the major problem. 

The future farmer network offers:

The only national network specifically for young people involved in all aspects of the rural industries and is your key to staying plugged into the latest news, events and opportunities available within the sector.

Is the professional network for young people working in agribusiness. We connect you to other like-minded and passionate people from across the agriculture sector, no matter where you live or work.

Supports and empowers members by providing industry intelligence, a source of educational opportunities and professional development, as well as access to the FFN community and wider network of industry leaders.

Membership benefits

Fantastic benefits for members, including bursaries for study and professional development and significantly reduced rates to attend conferences and other events so you only pay a fraction of the cost for registration, food and accommodation.

If you share a passion for the future of Australian agriculture, you are eligible for membership and welcome. We offer a range of membership options for students, individuals and organisations which you can access via memberships on the website.


Nine fantastic industry partners, including Case IH, Bayer, AustSafe Super, CQU University, Charles Sturt University, Nuffield Australia and Seftons, who help FFN to make all of these opportunities available. 

Further information links 

Future Farmers Network Memberships 

Future Farmers Network Facebook Page 

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