Membership of the group is open to all persons, relevant bodies or groups who are involved in the agricultural industry – we have two membership options: Grower and Agri-business.
One primary member per membership with multiple associate members (family members and staff within your business) for no extra charge.
Why be a Mackillop Farm Management Group member?
Our membership base covers farming business’ from Sherwood in the North, to Millicent in the South, Goroke in the East and Mount Benson in the West, and also includes the The White Clover Growers Association. We currently have 120 farm businesses registered as members, along with 30 sponsor businesses which cover approximately 75 agribusiness representatives.
As a member you will receive:
Membership of the group is open to all persons, relevant bodies or groups who are involved in the agricultural industry.
As described above, we endeavour to provide as much value as possible for our members and sponsors by undertaking several trial projects in conjunction with various professionals in the relevant fields, produce a Research Trials results booklet, hold numerous workshops, trial results meetings, crop walks and field days through out the year.
To keep our members and sponsors informed and updated we are constantly in contact via newsletter, email, field days, crop walks and personal contact.
If you would like further information please contact Chair Louise Stock who will be able to answer any questions you may have.
Alternatively, contact Meg Bell if you have a query regarding management and administration or trial work and other operations of the group.
The aim of the MFMG is to increase the profitability and sustainability of primary production into the future.
The current membership fees are:
$250 (incl. GST) for one year
Discounted to $700 (incl. GST) for 3 years payable upfront
(Memberships cover a full 12 month period, commencing upon date of payment of fee or issuing of invoice)
See what our Members are saying
Access to information about new technology, crop varieties and farming techniques is another key.
As a producer I’ve got to be at the cutting edge of advances in farming and that means having access to up-to-date research and data which is relevant to our region.
The MFMG really is playing a lone hand in that regard.
There is a great professional networking and social aspect to the group, talking to other farmers and learning about their experiences is always so insightful. MFMG gives you incredible access to some of the most switched-on farmers in our region.
It’s just so valuable for us to see new varieties grown in trial plots right here in our backyard, and to discuss them with other local farmers.
When we’re looking at something new and considering a change to the way we do things, MFMG’s independent research and extension work helps us make a more informed decision.
The specialised information members have access to really enhances the ongoing learning experience we have as farmers and I believe that dramatically increases our ability to improve our farm businesses.
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