Big Tech Big Idea Conference and Central West Local Land Services Field Day Postponed to June | Liberal Daily

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New dates have been announced for the Local Land Services Big Tech Big Idea Conference and Field Day. The two-day event was originally scheduled for February, but due to local COVID outbreaks it was postponed to Tuesday June 21 and Wednesday June 22. It will be held at the Trangie Agricultural Research Center and the Dubbo Regional Theater and Convention Center. . Rohan Leach, Mixed Farming Advisor with Central West Local Land Services, said the event will showcase exciting and emerging technologies that could be applied to mixed farming, crop and livestock enterprises. ALSO MAKING NEWS: “We’re excited to bring a wide range of new technologies to the Midwest and promote discussions of potential on-farm applications,” Leach said. “Soil, climate and farm management software and hardware will be on display with presentations and demonstrations throughout the field day.” A Big Catchup supported by the Young Farmer Business Program will give people the opportunity to relax after the day in the field while hearing real-life stories of innovation success, Leach said. “We are also planning a Big Brekky in conjunction with the Farm Business Resilience Program to give people the chance to hear from one of our local producers who has successfully implemented resilient and adaptive technologies into their farm business” , did he declare. The conference will feature speakers of local and national renown, including industry representatives, researchers and agricultural technology providers, as well as a panel discussion of producers on their experiences using various agricultural technologies. More information about the Big Tech Big Idea Conference and Field Day can be found on the Central West LLS website. This project is supported by Central West Local Land Services with funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program. Our reporters work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:


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