Field Days & Exhibitions
Field day committees expecting at least a $50 million relief package to share amongst cancelled events will have to find support elsewhere.
The government has lumped them in with a $39 million package called the Supporting Agricultural Shows and Field Days program.
If you follow the fate of two of the biggest Field Days events, AgQuip held at Gunnedah NSW, and CRT FarmFest at Kingsthorpe QLD it
The Committee of the Wandin-Silvan Field Days has announced their 2020 event will not proceed due to the impact of COVID-19 and as a
The Elmore and District Machinery Field Days Committee has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Elmore Field Days. The event was to take place from
The Henty Machinery Field Days was set to showcase over $120 million worth of machinery and goods on-site at its September 22 to 24 event
Dowerin MFD cancelled the 2020 event, but are all systems go for 25 and 26 of August 2021, and look forward to hosting a very
Agriculture Minister David Littleproud said the signing of the Australia-New Zealand Export Plan represented a significant market access win for Australia’s fruit and vegetable export industries. Littleproud said Australia’s $170
The Australian Livestock and Rural Transporters Association (ALRTA) has written to Queensland Minister for Transport and Main Roads, the Hon. Mark Bailey MP, opposing a proposal to extend the primary producer
The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has slammed the Australian Logistics Council’s proposed operator licensing system, which it says would be a $3.6 billion tax on freight and jobs. In its
After enduring a year of significant uncertainty regarding the NSW Government’s koala regulations, all stakeholders must come together in 2021 to find a lasting solution which protects koalas and allows
On National Agriculture Day the Australian government confirmed it remains committed to advancing agriculture and reinforcing its significance on the world stage. The Ag2030 plan sets out the government’s current
After emerging from bankruptcy as a new company with a new owner and a new CEO, Briggs & Stratton is looking to the future.