The Queensland Farmers’ Federation (QFF) has partnered with home-grown Australian businesses to provide additional value and support for the 14,000 primary producers the peak agricultural body represents. Farmers belonging to any of QFF’s 20 industry members now have free access to options and benefits from Bunnings, AutoTender, National Salary Sacrificing and Safe Ag Systems.
QFF CEO Dr Georgina Davis said while farmers were no strangers to significant and continuing challenges, 2020 had been particularly difficult. "With a protracted drought, rising input costs, burdensome government regulations and the global COVID-19 pandemic, Queensland farmers are struggling to remain productive and profitable,” Dr Davis said.
“While QFF has continued to advocate on behalf of farmers and drive change to improve their operating environment during this time, the launch of our new members’ services and website portal provides another opportunity to provide support to the Queensland agriculture sector.”
“Farmers can now sign up to access Bunning’s PowerPass Trade Accounts with special pricing and offers, AutoTender’s vehicle wholesale pricing and tendering platform for any vehicle model or manufacturer, National Salary Packaging’s salary sacrificing options and Safe Ag Systems’ safety management software at a discount.”
“We hope that by providing these additional services we can further support Queensland farmers to continue producing high quality and sustainable food, fibre and foliage into the future.”
Sign up to access the members portal and services here: https://www.qff.org.au/member-portal/.