Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association
Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association

Agriculture has been Tasmania’s most important industry since settlement.

Representative body for local farmers and graziers. Includes news and events, downloads, reports and member services

Agriculture has been Tasmania’s most important industry since settlement.

Representative body for local farmers and graziers. Includes news and events, downloads, reports and member services

Agriculture has been Tasmania’s most important industry since settlement.

Representative body for local farmers and graziers. Includes news and events, downloads, reports and member services

Big farms, small farms, all farms - at the Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association we make no distinction.

The TFGA is an active and powerful advocacy organisation dedicated to the best interests of all farmers, and to making a difference in rural communities in Tasmania.

We passionately believe in Tasmanian agriculture. All of the work that we carry out is done on behalf of members, but also with the support of our members.

Together we present a strong voice that will ensure that the brand that is Tasmanian agriculture continues to have a bright and prosperous future.

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TFGA is Tasmania’s state farmer organisation, representing members who live and work on farm businesses situated across Tasmania.

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16 Nov 2018 | Posted via Twitter

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16 Nov 2018 | Posted via News

ICMJ Japan Tour - Apply Now!

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16 Nov 2018 | Posted via Events

Farm Loans Webinar

Farm Table is hosting a webinar that will allow you to learn more about new farm business loans on Wednesday 2...

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16 Nov 2018 | Posted via Instagram

Managing biosecurity risks such as, incoming

Managing biosecurity risks such as, incoming animals and visitors, not only protects your dairy from diseases and weeds, but ensures...

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15 Nov 2018 | Posted via News

Midlands Seed

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