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Colouring book heats things up at Agfest

Colouring book heats things up at Agfest
May 05, 2016

Rachel Treasure is heating things up at Agfest with her new adult colouring book ‘Fifty Shades of Hay’.

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Hold on to your hats - a prize is coming!

Hold on to your hats - a prize is coming!
May 05, 2016

This year's craft shed is a hot spot for creativity

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A Great Family Day Out !

A Great Family Day Out !
May 05, 2016

With lots of family fun on offer, Agfest is bound to be a day the whole family will enjoy

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UTAS Agricultural Science: A cut above the rest!

UTAS Agricultural Science: A cut above the rest!
May 05, 2016

The Tasmanian Institute of Agricultural scholarships were awarded on Day 1 of Agfest.

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Happy as a Pig in Mud

Happy as a Pig in Mud
May 05, 2016

Pigging out at the Mount Gnomon Farm stall with property owner Guy Robertson

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Tough Voyage for Agfest Exhibitor

Tough Voyage for Agfest Exhibitor
May 05, 2016

Agfest has kicked off amid drizzle, but for some exhibitors the weather is a vast improvement.

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Hudson talks Tasmania and Hawks

Hudson talks Tasmania and Hawks
May 05, 2016

Hawthorn and Tasmanian footy legend, Peter Hudson has lived in Tasmania for most of his life and is still passionate about his state.

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Bupa Celebrates 10 years of Agfest

Bupa Celebrates 10 years of Agfest
May 05, 2016

Bupa health insurance is celebrating 10 years of attending Agfest this year.

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Dark clouds looming, but Agfest set to shine

Dark clouds looming, but Agfest set to shine
May 03, 2016

Make sure you have your gumboots and blunnies ready if you are attending Agfest this week.

The Bureau of Meterology (BoM) has forecast rain for the Carrick area on all three days of the agricultural festival, with its first day to be hit the worst.

Tasmania has recorded rainfall totals between 50mm – 100mm in the past week, and the wet weather is set to continue in the lead up to…

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What to expect at AGFEST 2016

What to expect at AGFEST 2016
May 03, 2016

AGFEST 2016, which is run by young Rural Youth volunteers, is almost here and is promising to be bigger and better than ever.

Tasmania’s number one rural event is offering something for everyone with around 750 sites to visit (an extra 44 more than last year). 

A crowd of 60,000 people from across the state and further afield are expected to attend over the three days. 

Visitors…

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