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Why the Farm Table?

The Australian agricultural sector is moving forward at a rapid pace, facing new and old challenges and opportunities. However, it is how farmers respond to these impending opportunities, and tackle shared challenges that will determine the success of the industry as a whole.

Learning from those that have gone before us is incredibly important to ensure the generational knowledge, skills and years of experience are not lost. Connecting farmers to other farmers, across production systems, across generations, and across the country will give us all the greatest chance of sharing knowledge, growth, and ultimately success.

Farm Table is the first truly national platform that brings together the Australian Agricultural industry’s knowledge and connects farmers in a way never seen before.

Overwhelmed by the sheer amount of content out there and the frustrations and time taken to find agricultural resources and opportunities, the Farm Table idea was first borne back in 2014. Three years of testing, learning and developing later, the Farm Table 2.0 is set to launch. The vision is to be where farmers feel at home, a one port of call to access the industry’s knowledge and goings-on.

The Farm Table signifies a collaborative and open meeting place, a round table of information sharing, for the Australian agricultural industry. The table will be abundant and beneficial to all, if everyone brings something to the table.

A forum for lamb producers to share with dairy farmers, for horticulturalists to chat to cattle enthusiasts, and for viticulturists to talk shop with poultry experts.

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What is the vision of the Farm Table?

The Farm Table online ecosystem will harness the collective know-how of Australian Agriculture for farmers by creating an online platform for two-way collaboration and learning.

The goal is to become farmer’s trusted online sidekick to enable them to connect with others, continuously learn and grow in their confidence in order to improve their farm businesses.

Read more about our vision here.

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What is the Farmer Exchange?

The Farmer Exchange is an online agricultural community where Aussie primary producers connect online. It’s about building a place where farmers can help other farmers at a time that suits them, no matter where they live across Australia.

The Farmer Exchange will provide a central location for our knowledge to be logged, tagged and stored so that is easily accessible and transferable. In doing so, the Exchange will build a legacy library of questions and answers that are created, edited and organised by us – Australian producers.

Currently, nothing like the Farmer Exchange concept exists in Australia. It is a new and innovative way for farmers to instantly connect with other farmers and will be a tool in ensuring we, as Australian producers, shape the future of our industry.

“Alone we are great. Together we are brilliant” (Steven W. Anderson)

Access the Farmer Exchange here.

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What is the Farm Table?

Farm Table is the first truly national platform that brings together the Australian Agricultural industry’s knowledge and connects farmers in a way never seen before.

Overwhelmed by the sheer amount of content out there and the frustrations and time taken to find agricultural resources and opportunities, the Farm Table idea was first borne back in 2014. Three years of testing, learning and developing later, the Farm Table 2.0 is set to launch. The vision is to be where farmers feel at home, a one port of call to access the industry’s knowledge and goings-on.

Its central tenets are:

  1. Build: Agricultural resource & knowledge library
  2. Boost: National training, events and grants database
  3. Accelerate Agricultural technology, product & software hub
  4. Exchange: Online agricultural community.

Learn more here.

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