Industries Represented

Vegetable Processing

Delivering the goodness of vegetables, supporting the producers and ensuring customer satisfaction.  Improving efficiencies and competitiveness through commitment to excellence and innovation.

Plantation Forestry

Plantation forests make a valuable contribution to Tasmanian agriculture. They provide a truly renewable resource to the world, diversifying income bases and complimenting mainstream agriculture in a broad landscape.

Non Food Crops

Adoption of sustainable agricultural practices and world class productivity combined with cutting edge science and manufacturing technology to produce medicinal opiates and insecticides for the global market.

Agri-Business Marketing

Sharing information with colleagues, government agencies, research bodies and customers in marketing, advertising, public relations and media to highlight current marketing strategies.

Fresh Vegetables

Representing partnerships with individual packing companies and landholders that ensure good crop rotations and provide fresh market vegetable production options.

Rural Banking

Providing local, national and international insights and up to date information on current financial and agricultural trends. Encouraging networking opportunities by connecting farmers with entrepreneurs, experts at research institutions and financial advisors.

Dairy Processing

Tasmania’s largest rural industry, turning high quality milk into cheeses, yogurts, fresh/long life milk, deserts, spreads and powdered milk products for domestic and export markets.

Primary Production

Utilising our productive soils and innovative farmers to help underpin the State’s economy through adoption of world’s best practice with sustainable agricultural productivity.

Regulatory Affairs

Linking companies and regulatory authorities to ensure that products are manufactured and distributed in compliance with appropriate legislation and good science.

Agri- Business Services

Advising agribusiness clients across a range of industries on matters relating to changes in government policy and regulations in bio-security, research and development and new innovations.