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Applications open for the AgriFutures™ Export Fodder Advisory Panel 
AgriFutures Australia currently partners with eight key levied agricultural industries for the delivery of research development and extension (RD&E) through Advisory Panels. These panels perform key tasks to guide and assist AgriFutures Australia with the following:
1. Advising on the industry requirements for research and development through the development and monitoring of RD&E Plans
2. Advising on proposals for RD&E investment in accordance with the objectives and strategies of industry-specific RD&E Plans
3. Monitoring, reviewing and advising on research support for the relevant industry
4. Advising on, and assisting in, the dissemination, adoption and commercialisation of the results of RD&E activities.


AgriFutures Australia is seeking applications from individuals representing export companies, who have a passion for/interest in RD&E, to fill two panel member positions within the AgriFutures™ Export Fodder Program.


The Export Fodder Advisory Panel consists of people with a range of skills and experience in the export, advisory and production sectors of the export fodder industry, together with a representative from AgriFutures Australia.  

Applications close Thursday, 21 November 2019 at noon.

 
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