Sydney’s Royal Easter Show, an iconic agricultural fair is facing slumping revenues and a fight to remain relevant to city dwellers. Source: The Sydney Morning Herald The number of visitors fell to a 15-year low of 769,000 in 2015, as rain and thunderstorms dampened attendance o
An Adelaide Hills man has been charged with the theft of more than $1.5 million of farm and transport equipment, as stolen goods are recovered in South Australia and Queensland. Source: ABC News His arrest followed a lengthy investigation by the SA Serious and Organised Crime Branch a
Driverless tractors and drones might not be on many farmers’ shopping lists just yet, but spending on new farm technology products has undergone a notable lift since tax breaks worth up to $20,000 were introduced last year. Source: Farm Weekly Business-related investments in gea
The gross value of Australia’s farm production is forecast to pass $60 billion for the first time next financial year, according to the latest ABARES figures. Source: AFDJ eNews ABARES Executive Director, Karen Schneider said the expected modest rise in value was bolstered by improved
Sometimes design gets so complicated that you end up blurring the lines between design and engineering. Source: Yanko Design The Hidromek Vision compacter may be a conceptual tractor, but it reaches a level of design detailing that crosses over to engineering, making it more than just
Irrigation Australia International Conference and Exhibition will take place between 24 – 26 May this year at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Conference program now available. Source: AFDJ eNews This is the only international conference in Australia solely dedica
Outlook 2016 which is on from 1-2 March in Canberra, is a top information and networking forum for the public and private sector decision makers in the agriculture sector. Source: AFDJ eNews With more than 60 speakers and chairs at 18 sessions over two days, delegates will discuss key
During the National Farm Machinery Show in the US was the Vermeer working prototype of the Continuous Round Baler. There was a sneak peak of this machine work two years ago and work continues on its development. Farmers have been interested in this baler since news broke. Jessica Reis
Today, Lely calculates that more than a million cows around the world are milked unassisted by Astronaut robots and many more are similarly milked by systems from DeLaval, Fullwood, GEA and SAC of Denmark. Source: Farmers Weekly UK These manufacturers anticipate that by 2025, half of
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