About Gen Ag
What is Gen Ag?
In 2011 the AFIA Board ensorsed the first pre-conference tour aimed at younger people with an interest in the fodder industry, it was called the Generation Ag Tour. The first Gen Ag tour ran before the AFIA conference in Maroochydore, 2011 and was a huge success.
Since then Gen Ag has gone onto to become an online network of young people with an interest in the fodder industry. Under the umbrella of the Gen Ag brand sits all of the work AFIA does to engage, inform and provide opportunities for young people.
What is the benefit of being involved in Gen Ag?
- You can attend Gen Ag events (like the AFIA – GEN Ag Export Hay BBQ, Friday 7 March )
- Join the Sign up to Gen Ag today! of other young people involved in the fodder industry
- Attend the 2017 National Fodder Conference at the special Gen Ag rate (for under 25's and full time students only)
- Apply for the AFIA Leadership Award
- Receive a monthly eNewsletter on the latest information from AFIA and the fodder industry
- Join in discussions via Facebook
- Access to specific information for young people entering the fodder industry, through AFIA
- Receive a free subscription to Focus on Fodder AFIA's quarterly magazine
Who should be involved in Gen Ag?
Anyone who is aged between 18-35 and has an interest in the fodder industry.
What is the cost of being involve in Gen Ag?
Being involved in the network is free. There may be some additional costs to attend events, tours or functions.
As your involvement in the fodder industry increases you will be invited to join AFIA as a member.
How can I become involved in Gen Ag?
The Gen Ag program has limited funds, however we are always keen to work with other organisations or individuals to deliver outcomes that will benefit our network. If you have an idea that might benefit the Gen Ag network please contact Jesse on the details above to discuss further.