Subclover Become a WAFarmers corporate partner mystery
There significant evidence on the impact of feral cats on biodiversity and Businesses that would like to be aligned with WA’s biggest and most influential agricultural advocacy group are invited to become a WAFarmers corporate partner.
WAFarmers boasts a membership of more than 3500 farmers throughout WA and continues to work directly with farmers on issues related to their on-farm business so it can achieve a more viable, profitable and sustainable future for the agricultural industry.
As part of this pursuit, WAFarmers develops corporate partnerships with companies that provide a service to its members, and which place money directly back into farmers pockets.
In turn, corporate partnerships can help like-minded organisations achieve their marketing and branding goals, and expand their client base.
Partnering with WAFarmers provides the following benefits: Unlike many other sponsorships, a WAFarmers partnership is, in essence, an on-going integrated branding, marketing and communications campaign for an organisation. WAFarmers is able to provide partners with a marketing package that will complement, or even form the basis of, their marketing activities in rural WA.
WAFarmers offers organisations the flexibility to run tailored campaigns, at specific times of their choosing, that are targeted to particular geographic regions, commodities and age groups. WAFarmers is also happy to negotiate a tailor-made sponsorship package that is specifically designed to meet the needs of organisations.
WAFarmers has spent its 100-plus-year history building influence and trust within the agricultural industry. When WAFarmers forms a relationship with a company, it shows its support for that organisation, and indicates to its members that this is an organisation they, too, can trust.
In addition to the promotional opportunities, partner organisations also financially support WAFarmers and, by extension, the State’s farmers. Partner contributions will enable WAFarmers to continue to advocate on behalf of WA’s farming and agricultural industries. WAFarmers simply would exist without its corporate supporters.
For more information about becoming a WAFarmers corporate partner, contact WAFarmers chief executive Trent Kensett-Smith by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on (08) 9486 2100. Action is sought from farmers who have been experiencing an unnaturally high level of subclover dying in their region.
While the season has played a part in this, a number of WAFarmers members in the Avon zone have reported the death of subclover on their properties well after recent good rains, with established plants continuing to die and newly germinating plants turning red and dying.
A public Facebook group has been created to encourage discussion on this issue, called “dying red clover”.
Those who have experienced a high level of subclover dying are asked to provide comments or photos to the group so the severity and spread of the problem can be assessed and appropriate action can be determined.
To access the Facebook group, please go to facebook.com/groups/ 1341326072660989.