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.
“Rural Youth gives you that opportunity to really enhance your skill sets to make you more employable and just have a bit of social life and fun.”
“The thing with Rural Youth people, you tell them that something’s impossible to do, they’ll stay up all night working out how to do it and getting it done. What they achieve here is just amazing.”
Agfest patrons are set to enjoy another day of sunshine before rain hits on Saturday afternoon.
Welcome to the third and final day of Agfest 2016!
Looking for something to entertain the kids? KAAP have it covered.
In the wake of the Federal Budget, Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie is at Agfest this weekend connecting with her constituents.
Eyesight is a serious issue for many Tasmanians, says Optometry Tasmania’s Geoff Squibb.
Agfest has kicked off amid drizzle, but for some exhibitors the weather is a vast improvement.