A Victorian Farmers Federation will be on in Rochester on Wednesday and is open to all.July 15, 2014 3:01am
District farmers are invited to a Victorian Farmers Federation meeting in Rochester tomorrow.
State president Peter Tuohey will talk about farming in Victoria in the next 12 months, United Dairyfarmers Victoria executive officer Vin Delahunty will speak about what’s happening in the dairy sector and VFF water users committee chairman Richard Anderson will discuss the current water situation.
VFF secretary Murray McDonald said the meeting was open to all district farmers and anyone else who was interested.
‘‘The VFF is also interested in expanding its membership, so the focus of the meeting will be to pick up some new members,’’ Mr McDonald said.
The meeting will be held at the Rochester Racecourse Recreation Reserve at 1pm, following a barbecue at noon.
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