Adopting Ag Tech in South Australia
The conference offers a stimulating and supportive environment that encourages the development of networks, knowledge and skills through participation and contact with other in the agricultural sector.
Link women from rural and urban backgrounds to formal and informal networks and provide opportunities for professional development during and post conference
Producers are increasingly accessing soil moisture and climate data recorded by on-farm weather stations. The Barossa Improved Grazing Group first established weather stations in local pasture paddocks in 2013 – in this webinar BIGG’s data will be used as an example on how it can be interpreted and used to assist farm decision-making.
Presented by Peter Toome, Managing Director TOIP Pty Ltd, the webinar will cover:
Link to REGISTER
See the flyer
Join in on our bus tour showing the many options of how local producers have set up containment ewe areas. The bus tour includes information sessions on containment nutrition, condition scoring ewes and soil ground cover assessments.
What’s on the agenda?
RSVP by Monday 2 March
Deb Scammell P: 0407 790 622, E: email@example.com
Registrations are now open for the DairySA Central Conference to be held on Thursday 5 March, 2020 at Chateau Tanunda, Barossa Valley.
The DairySA Central Conference will provide a platform for dairy farmers to think ‘outside the square’ and be open to fresh ways of addressing pertinent issues in the dairy industry.
In 2020, the DairySA Conference is embracing ‘Bold Ideas’ – it will explore new directions in chromosomal mating and dairy beef, plunge into social licence conversations on replacement calves, delve into ways of driving positive dairy culture, revisit proven ‘best practice’ in silage, and showcase success stories from dairies ‘doing it differently’.
Hear from Warren Davies, ‘The Unbreakable Farmer’ who will provide an authentic, inspiring and sometimes confronting presentation filled with take home strategies developed from his business and life journey around the key themes of resilience, persistence and determination.
Start the year right and head along to the DairySA Central Conference!
To book your spot, head to Eventbrite
Soil pits have been dug at our 4 weather station sites so come along to learn
about soil health and acidity. You can bring along your own soil tests too!
This is delivered in conjunction with Rebecca Tonkin, Natural Resources Adelaide Mt Lofty Ranges and Brian Hughes, PIRSA.
More details to come!!