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Australian Farm Institute

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The Australian Farm Institute is an Australian think tank which focuses on agricultural policy. While it calls itself "independent", it is funded almost completely by the large farming groups and corporations. It's board is also drawn from and has extensive links with many of Australia's largest corporations.

Funding

In 2004, the Institute's total revenue was A$764,881. The vast bulk of the this funding - A$687,023 - was provided by the NSW Farmers Association. Another A$66,000 was received from "Sponsors" and "external parties" [1]. A number of large corporations are corporate sponsors of the Institute, including:

Personnel

Board

Contact Details

Australian Farm Institute Limited
Suite 73, 61 Marlborough Street
SURRY HILLS NSW 2010
Australia
Ph: +61 2 9690 1388
Email: info@farminstitute.org.au
Web: http://www.farminstitute.org.au