Institute Membership


Why become a member of the Australian Farm Institute?

Membership is ideal for individuals or organisations with an interest in farming, agriculture, agribusiness or related industries. The benefits of being a member of the Australian Farm Institute include access to Institute publications and free attendance at most Institute events. An information brochure with further details of the levels of Australian Farm Institute membership is available for download here.

Institutional memberships provide the highest level of service if you want to receive more than one publications and distribute them within your institution. Tailored options for Corporate Membership are available upon application (contact us), including the option for individuals or organisations with an interest in a specific Institute research project to become co-funders or sponsors of that project.


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Corporate Membership



Products and services* Website registration Individual electronic journal subscription Individual printed journal subscription Institutional - Journal subscription Individual member Institutional - Publication subscription Corporate member
Quarterly newsletter (.pdf or print)
Occasional papers ✔**
Farm Policy Journal (.pdf)
Farm Policy Journal (print)

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Access past publications

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Research reports



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Research seminars




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Institute seminars




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Annual AFI Rountable





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Voting rights





Prices (GST inclusive) Free $187 $220 From $649 $330 ($176 for students) From $1210 From $5500

* For all categories of membership, access to electronic back-issues of publications are discounted or free

** From 0 to 199 employees: four hard copies and multiple electronic (.pdf) copies / from 200 to 500 employees: eight hard copies and multiple electronic (.pdf) copies / more than 500 employees: 10 hard copies and multiple electronic (.pdf) copies

*** Discounted prices on hard copies of past publications

**** From discounted to free participation depending on the type of Corporate Membership