Agfest is certainly in good spirits with some of the state's boutique distilleries on show
"The experience is great, the people you meet are awesome and it just fills you with this good feeling that you've achieved something amazing"
Dennis Talbot explains how operating the wrong generator at home can have disastrous consequences - but is very easy to avoid.
Barry Smith’s portable display features everything you never knew you wanted sitting in your kitchen, but suddenly feel you desperately need.
Droppa-Mate is a tool designed to make fencing easier, and is making its debut at Agfest
To many of us self-driving tractors may seem like a thing of the future, but exhibitors at Agfest are revving up for agriculture’s autonomous future.
“That’s what kicked off the organisation – one or two people going around properties, knocking on the door and just saying hello. Since then it’s grown, and so have our services - but that’s what we’re about at a base level.”
From chickenwire dresses, to leafy headwear, and earrings made from sheep tags, the Ag Artwork display at this year's Agfest is showing that creativity is strong among rural Tasmanian students.
While the State Government says it's doing all it can to help Murray Goulburn employees, Senator Jacqui Lambie says it's not nearly enough.
Candles, soap, and jewellery galore will make a perfect present for mum this Mother's Day