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Why should I become an AgForce member?

As an AgForce member, you and your family will benefit from our many services and opportunities as well as our relationships with industry partners.


Membership doesn't cost, it pays!

See great savings from our partners.

  • Be a part of a broader group of proactive producers and have their say on the future of our industry
  • Have policy experts negotiate on behalf of your business for the best outcomes
  • Speak to industry leaders and innovators to learn and be inspired by some of the best in the business
  • Share ideas and discuss industry issues at AgForce events including forums, workshops and online
  • Access property mapping and spatial analysis services at a discounted rate
  • Access a property valuer with over a decade of experience in rural valuations for free
  • Free Industrial Relations advice through our experienced specialist, this includes access to the latest award wages and instant notification when there is a change in legislation
  • Have your issues with NBN local and Telstra prioritised for resolution with our Escalation Process
  • Receive discounts on nationally accredited training courses covering a wide range of practical skills such as chemical accreditation and land management
  • Stay up to date via AgForce's magazine and e-newsletter.

AgForce Membership Types

(see the application form for full details)

Full member

The principals of a single, eligible farming enterprise may nominate any person with an interest in that enterprise as the full member.


Annual fees payable by full members vary depending on gross value of production (GVP) calculated on a five-year rolling average. See membership form for full details.

Joint member

Each GVP level is entitled to the equivalent number of free joint members. For example, GVP 6 = 6 free joint members, GVP 5 = 5 free joint members.


Joint membership is available to those who have an interest in eligible farming enterprise represented by the nominated full member. Joint membership is only available to people who are not otherwise eligible for full membership. Typically, the joint member might be the spouse, business partner/s or family members such as children of the nominated full member who also have an interest in the business.

Full and joint members have equal rights and status as members, including equal voting rights.

Support membership
Sometimes, the people who want to be part of AgForce aren't primary producers but do feel strongly about agriculture and want to show they are behind our industry.  We have introduced the Support Member category to cater for such individuals or businesses.

Agribusiness Corporate (Support Member)
A business or local council which services or supports the industries represented by AgForce and contributes to regional prosperity.

Agribusiness Individual (Support Member)
An individual with an interest in the rural industry not eligible to join as a full, joint or young member.

Small Ag enterprise (Support Member)
A person or business not eligible to join as a full or joint member, and who does not derive primary income from agriculture, but maintains an interest in the industries represented by AgForce.

Young membership (Support Member)
The youth is our future, of that we are sure.  Engaging our youth, developing their skills and helping to provide a pathway to an agricultural career is critical.  This year, a new Young Membership category has been developed for 18 to 35-year-olds with an interest in the rural industry.


Apply today!

Complete the application form (PDF) and email to

Testimonials from members

Scott & April Loughnan                           James & Karla Galloway                           The Patterson family

Find our 'Key Achievements' booklet from the last financial year here.

Would you like to join the AgForce team? Have a look here at the positions available.

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