Sungold Field Days set for a big event at Allansford

It’s the greatest event in the district and every local farmer will attend the 2019 Sungold Field Days at Allansford Vic – the event runs from Wednesday 13 until Friday 15 February 2019

A mass of visitors is expected for the first main event on the 2019 Field dauys calendar. Sungold Field Days, held from Wednesday 13 until Friday 15 February 2019. Right in the heart of high production Dairy country.

The Sungold Field Days has grown to become one of Victoria’s premier agricultural events showcasing a vast range of agricultural machinery, the latest in dairy innovations and entertainment for families.

As the only dairy-focused field days in the region, the Sungold Field Days is now in its 38th year. Site applications are still open to book a space to exhibit at this state-of-the-art field days. Exhibitors are able to select from outdoor sites with either a 3 or 6m frontage.

When asked why exhibitors return each year, Chairman Tony Rea says, “The Dairy Industry is the biggest industry in the region, and the Sungold Field Days is a perfect opportunity for dairy industry suppliers to speak directly with the local farmers who love to come and see or test out the latest machinery and equipment, and are always on the search for a Field Days bargain.”

For the first time, in 2019 the Sungold Field Days will be offering free entry to the public on the opening day, Wednesday 13 February 2019. A full entertainment program will be showcased for three days of the Field Days, complementing the range of exhibits on show.

Entertainment will include a music stage, wood chopping demonstrations in the food court, and cooking demonstrations from renowned local chefs.

A highlight on the dairy industry calendar, Sungold Field Days is a great three days for all involved. To find out more information, or to book your exhibitor site, visit www.sungoldfielddays.com.au or tel: 03 5565 3142.

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