What membership is for you?
We offer a variety of different membership options to cater for all types of farming.
The United Dairyfarmers of Victoria (UDV) is the collective voice of Victorian dairy farmers.
The VFF Grains Group represents over 60% of Victorian grain growers, including cereal, legume and seed growers.
The VFF Livestock Group is the peak body for Victorian livestock producers and covers beef, prime lamb, wool and goats.
The VFF Horticulture Group acts on behalf of farmers of tree fruit, berries, vegetables, tomatoes, potatoes, grapes, bees and cut flowers.
The VFF Chicken Meat Group is the voice of the majority of contracted chicken meat growers in Victoria.
The VFF Egg Group is a united group advocating on behalf of Victorian cage, free range and barn laid producers.
The VFF Pig Group provides a means for Victorian pig farmers’ interests and views to be to be heard.
The VFF offers a range of other memberships, including Associate Membership and Retired Membership.
Take a look at our campaigns to see what the VFF is up to and how you can get involved. View all campaigns →
How we’re changing Victorian farmers’ lives
Workplace Relations Service
Our Workplace Relations team has over 30 years of experience and is your comprehensive, reliable source of employment related information and issues who help provide Victorian farmers with the information you need to know.
The team specialise in areas including, but not limited to industrial relations, employment services, OH&S, farm safety and much more.
The VFF represents the interests of farmers and regional communities across a wide range of public policy areas.
Our members participate in the policy process through a range of forums and committees to develop our platform and campaigns on a wide range of issues such as water, farm business, land management, workforce and farm safety, infrastructure and regional development and animal welfare and biosecurity.
Industry news and stories from the Victorian Farmers Federation. View all news →
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