The Victorian Farmers Federation celebrates four decades

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The Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF), founded in 1979, today announced plans for its 40 th birthday celebration to be held next month.

“On Thursday 21 November, on National Ag Day, we will gather at the Melbourne Museum for a gala dinner to celebrate this significant milestone,” said Mr David Jochinke, President, Victorian Farmers Federation.

“The landscape has changed significantly since a group of visionary members brought several organisations together under the VFF banner,” he said. “We will gather to reflect on our past but most importantly, to celebrate our strong future.

“Our celebration will include a members-only afternoon event where will we hear from engaging speakers, in addition to recognising those members who have made priceless contributions to our organisation.

“In the evening, members will celebrate this significant milestone with stakeholders and guests, at a gala dinner.

“I encourage VFF members and our agriculture friends to register and join us for this wonderful celebration,” he said.

The VFF 40 th birthday celebration, to be held at the Melbourne Museum, will commence with a Members Only event from 3.00-6.00pm. At 6.30pm VFF Members will join with stakeholders and guests for a gala dinner. Registration and further information on the VFF website:

Media Contacts:
David Jochinke, VFF President, 0427 834 524
Grady Powell, VFF Stakeholder Policy & Advocacy Manager, 0456 960 243