Young farmers can speak out (and win)

Young farmers urged to speak up and win

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John Hacker, Muckadilla, addresses the Future Farmers Network young beef producers forum in November last year. The network is seeking information from young farmers.

John Hacker, Muckadilla, addresses the Future Farmers Network young beef producers forum in November last year. The network is seeking information from young farmers.

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Fill out the Future Farmers Network survey and get in the draw.

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FUTURE Farmers Network has released its annual survey to understand what the gaps and concerns are for young agriculture students and professionals around Australia.

A key objective of FFN is to provide the ongoing national platform that provides a voice for agricultural youth across Australia. In support of this, FFN must understand the ever-changing issues and concerns for our members as well as the areas that need further support.

Everyone that completes this year’s survey will go in the running to win the ultimate FFN Golden Pack including:

  • $600 RM Williams Voucher
  • $200 Akubra Voucher
  • FFN Golden Ticket: Free registration to all FFN events including Young Beef Producers Forum, Youth Ag Council, Innovation Generation Local and Verandah Series!
  • Free FFN Membership for 12 months
  • Classic FFN Truckers Cap
Steve Taylor, from Chinchilla, Queensland, addresses the young beef producers forum in Roma, Qld, in November last year. It's on again this year.

Steve Taylor, from Chinchilla, Queensland, addresses the young beef producers forum in Roma, Qld, in November last year. It's on again this year.

To complete the survey go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FutureFarmers2017

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