AgForce Queensland is a peak organisation representing Queensland's rural producers, which strives to ensure the long term growth, viability, competitiveness and profitability of broad acre industries of cattle, grain, sheep and wool in Queensland.
In 1997, the Cattlemen's Union of Australia (CU), the Queensland Graingrowers Association (QGGA) and the United Graziers' Association (UGA) each represented their respective members on agripolitical issues. Together, the three groups had a vision of bringing broadacre producers in a single, unified association. This organisation is now known as AgForce Queensland.
AgForce's leadership team is made up of members, elected by members, who work alongside a dedicated team of policy and regional staff as the voice of primary producers, their families and regional communities.
AgForce has five regions across Queensland, each with a regional council and member manager to ensure your issues are heard at a local level.
- AgForce North
- AgForce South West
- AgForce Central
- AgForce Southern Inland
- AgForce South East