2015 September Newsletter 

The September Newsletter



On behalf of the Australian National Field Days Committee I welcome your organisation to participate as an exhibitor in the 2015 field days to be held, in October.

 The Central West of NSW has recently enjoyed some rain and we look forward to all other areas receiving there share soon. Rain is critical to all farmers and graziers its boosts morale in the community and provides economic stimulus for towns and cities.

 In October the ANFD will provide you with an opportunity to showcase your goods and/or services along with other quality exhibitors, working with us to fulfill our commitment of Advancing Australian Agriculture.

 Working as a not for profit co-operative ANFD Committee and Staff strive to provide our exhibitors and visitors with a field day experience second to none.  The ANFD business structure enables us to re-invest in our biggest assets, our site and our field day resources.

 Our purpose built facility boasts sealed roads, disabled access, well grassed sites, full sanitary facilities, electricity to most sites, onsite security, full catering and bar facilities all in a pleasant bushland setting, with onsite staff to help you create the best exhibition possible, to ensure you have a successful field day.

 ANFD focuses on delivering the latest technology and innovations in agriculture and the sharing of knowledge by allowing exhibitors to practically demonstrate product technology to dedicated and progressive agriculturalists.  Our format includes a Saturday, which is a way of letting people who combine on and off farm work to retain their strong focus on agriculture.

 The ANFD Committee look forward to your support for a successful 2015 field days.

 Dan Toohey