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The Australian National Field Days (ANFD) showcase new ideas, the latest technology and innovations in agriculture. Since 1952, the field days have provided an informative, social and enjoyable day out for all who attend. Visitors can enjoy…

PROGRAM OF EVENTS

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THURSDAY 26 OCTOBER
Time Activity Location
8.30am Gate to Australian National Field Days open
9am Feature – The Australian Stock Horse Society TEP
9am Rural Art Competition & Sale featuring Bert Whiteley Pavilion
9am Rural Innovations – how to use the safest and easiest fence strainer D 26A
9am – 4pm Dogpro Three Sheep Trial M Street
9am – 4pm Grudge Imports – Log Splitter demo B 46
9am Combi Clamp – Benefits of sheep handler continuous C 51
9am Greenpro – Weed management, pasture improvements and irrigation C 14
9am – 4pm Hecton Products demonstrating sheep handler and weighing systems D 58
9am – 5pm Waratah Fencing – Tips and Tricks B 37
9.30am Kilmarnock Forge Demonstration Hore Expo J Street
9.30am Gastric Ulcers in horses – causes, symptoms and management Education Centre
9.30am Back up Charlie moving sheep through handler – continuous D 60
10am – 4pm Hardwood mills – milling wood and timber into 2×4’s K 40 – 42
10am – 4pm Stockpro – Livestock handling and yard designs I 59
10am 4WD Demonstration 4WD Track – A Street
10am ASH Hack – succeed in the Show Horse Industry J 44 – 58
10am Shooters, Fishers and Farmers – Bait rigging L 36
10am – 11am Industrial Relations presented by NSW Farmers L 22 – 24
10am Hawkesbury Working Kelpie Stud H 43-45 Street
10am – 3pm Texas Fence Fixer XPR Post puller K 17
10am Outback Alternative Training – Horse Sence, assessment of yards J 70 – 72
10.30am ASH Dressage – Hear & see a para-Olympian talk about her experience J 44 – 58
10.45am Laminitis in horses Dr John Kohnke & Dr Philipa Kohnke Education Centre
11am Fashion Parade Style Pavilion
11am ASH working – The traditional working horse & its unique features J 44 – 58
11.15am Ten top tips for pruning the home fruit tree with Guy Gaeta L 22 – 24
11.30am Central Ave Stage
11.30am Breeding Horses using A1 and embryo transfer Dr David Searle Education Centre
11.30am ASH Young Guns, watch how the ASH is suitable for the whole family J 44 – 58
11.45am CWA Cooking Demonstration Style Pavilion
11.45am Keeping a Bee Hive with Charlie Casido Queen Bee L 22 – 24
12 noon Official Opening Central Ave Stage
12 noon Hawkesbury Working Kelpie Stud H 43-45 Street
12 noon Open Forum & Discussion on Horses Education Centre
12 noon Outback Alternative Training – Value Systems for horses J 70 – 72
12.30pm ASH Tent Pegging – see mounted horse gallops using a lance J 44 – 58
1pm Fashion Parade Style Pavilion
1pm Lower back injuries in horses Dr John Kohnke & Dr Philipa Kohnke Education Centre
1pm Shooters, Fishers and Farmers – Bait rigging L 36
1pm Horse Ball – Played on horseback where a ball is shot it through a hoop J 44 – 58
1.30pm Care of the Broodmare and young foal Dr David Searle Education Centre
1.30am Prevention of Q Fever Tips L 22 – 24
1.45pm CWA Cooking Demonstration Style Pavilion
2pm ASH Cattle Work – see the Australian Stock Horse’s natural cow sense J 44 – 58
2pm Tying up and muscle problems in horses Education Centre
2pm Presenting the Sunday Roast with Finesse with Robyn Kingham L 22 – 24
2.20pm Greasy Heel and Seedy Toe in horses  Dr John Kohnke Education Centre
2.30pm Hawkesbury Working Kelpie Stud H 43-45 Street
2.30pm Outback Alternative Training – Gaining trust and respect of your horse J 70 – 72
2.30pm Industrial Relations News and Updates – NSW Farmers L 22 – 24
2.45pm Common Plants Poisonous to horses Education Centre
3pm Kilmarnock Forge Demonstration Hore Expo J Street
3pm ASH Polocrosse -Horse and rider are tested in this sport with a ball J 44 – 58
4pm Outback Alternative Training – Body language with horses in yards J 70 – 72
FRIDAY 27 OCTOBER
Time Activity Location
8.30am Gate to Australian National Field Days open
9am Feature – The Australian Stock Horse Society TEP
9am Rural Art Competition & Sale featuring Bert Whiteley Pavilion
9am Rural Innovations – how to use the safest and easiest fence strainer D 26A
9am – 4pm Dogpro Three Sheep Trial M Street
9am – 4pm Grudge Imports – Log Splitter demo B 46
9am Combi Clamp – Benefits of sheep handler continuous C 51
9am Greenpro – Weed management, pasture improvements and irrigation C 14
9am – 4pm Hecton Products demonstrating sheep handler and weighing systems D 58
9.30am Kilmarnock Forge Demonstration Hore Expo J Street
9.30am Gastric Ulcers in horses – causes, symptoms and management Education Centre
9.30am Back up Charlie moving sheep through handler – continusley D 60
10am – 4pm Hardwood mills – milling wood and timber into 2×4’s K 40 – 42
10am – 4pm Stockpro – Livestock handling and yard designs I 59
10am 4WD Demonstration 4WD Track – A Street
10am Shooters, Fishers and Farmers – Bait rigging L 36
10am Industrial Relations News and Updates – NSW Farmers L 22 – 24
10am ASH Hack – succeed in the Show Horse Industry J 44 – 58
10am Hawkesbury Working Kelpie Stud H 43-45 Street
10am Outback Alternative Training – Horse Sence, assessment of yards J 70 – 72
10am – 3pm Texas Fence Fixer XPR Post puller K 17
10.30am ASH Dressage – Hear & see a para-Olympian talk about her experience J 44 – 58
10.40am Capital Motorcycles Suzuki Farm and Quad bike demonstration ATV Track H Street
10.45am Laminitis in horses Dr John Kohnke & Dr Philipa Kohnke Education Centre
11am ASH working – The traditional working horse & its unique features J 44 – 58
11am Fashion Parade Style Pavilion
11am
11am Stockpro Sheep handler and Auto sheep drafter I 59
11.15am Young Farmers – Fresh ideas – Big Impact by Rachael Nicoll L 22 – 24
11.30am Breeding Horses using A1 and embryo transfer Dr David Searle Education Centre
11.30am ASH Young Guns, watch how the ASH is suitable for the whole family J 44 – 58
11.45am CWA Cooking Demonstration Style Pavilion
11.45am Ten Top Tips for preventing Rural Crime L 22 – 24
12 noon Hawkesbury Working Kelpie Stud H 43-45 Street
12 noon Open Forum & Discussion on Horses Education Centre
12 noon Outback Alternative Training – Value Systems for horses J 70 – 72
12.30pm ASH Tent Pegging – see mounted horse gallops using a lance J 44 – 58
1pm Fashion Parade Style Pavilion
1pm Lower back injuries in horses Dr John Kohnke & Dr Philipa Kohnke Education Centre
1pm Shooters, Fishers and Farmers – Bait rigging L 36
1pm Horse Ball – Played on horseback where a ball is shot it through a hoop J 44 – 58
1.30pm Care of the Broodmare and young foal Dr David Searle Education Centre
1.30pm Prevention of Q Fever Tips L 22 – 24
1.45pm CWA Cooking Demonstration Style Pavilion
2pm ASH Cattle Work – see the Australian Stock Horse’s natural cow sense J 44 – 58
2pm Tying up and muscle problems in horses Education Centre
2pm Prevention of Accidents associated with Stock Management L 22 – 24
2.20pm Greasy Heel and Seedy Toe in horses  Dr John Kohnke Education Centre
2.30pm Hawkesbury Working Kelpie Stud H 43-45 Street
2.30pm Industrial Relations News and Updates – NSW Farmers L 22 – 24
2.30pm Outback Alternative Training – Gaining trust and respect of your horse J 70 – 72
2.45pm Common Plants and Poisonous to horses Education Centre
3pm Kilmarnock Forge Demonstration Hore Expo J Street
3pm ASH Polocrosse -Horse and rider are tested in this sport with a ball J 44 – 58
4pm Outback Alternative Training – Body language with horses in yards J 70 – 72
SATURDAY 28 OCTOBER
Time Activity Location
8.30am Gate to Australian National Field Days open
9am Feature – The Australian Stock Horse Society TEP
9am Rural Art Competition & Sale featuring Bert Whiteley Pavilion
9am Rural Innovations – how to use the safest and easiest fence strainer D 26A
9am – 4pm Dogpro Three Sheep Trial M Street
9am – 4pm Grudge Imports – Log Splitter demo B 46
9am Combi Clamp – Benefits of sheep handler continuous C 51
9am Greenpro – Weed management, pasture improvements and irrigation C 14
9am – 4pm Hecton Products demonstrating sheep handler and weighing systems D 58
9.30am Kilmarnock Forge Demonstration Hore Expo J Street
9.30am Gastric Ulcers in horses – causes, symptoms and management Education Centre
9.30am Back up Charlie moving sheep through handler – continuous D 60
10am – 4pm Hardwood mills – milling wood and timber into 2×4’s K 40 – 42
10am – 4pm Stockpro – Livestock handling and yard designs I 59
10am 4WD Demonstration 4WD Track – A Street
10am Shooters, Fishers and Farmers – Bait rigging L 36
10am ASH Hack – succeed in the Show Horse Industry J 44 – 58
10am Hawkesbury Working Kelpie Stud H 43-45 Street
10am Outback Alternative Training – Horse Sence, assessment of yards J 70 – 72
10am – 3pm Texas Fence Fixer XPR Post puller K 17
10.30am ASH Dressage – Hear & see a para-Olympian talk about her experience J 44 – 58
10.40am Capital Motorcycles Suzuki Farm and Quad bike demonstration ATV Track H Street
10.45am Pruning the home Fruit Tree with Daniel McClymont L 22 – 24
11am Fashion Parade Style Pavilion
11am ASH working – The traditional working horse & its unique features J 44 – 58
11.15am The Great Chicken Debate presented by Robert Peffer L 22 – 24
11.30am Breeding Horses using A1 and embryo transfer Dr David Searle Education Centre
11.30am ASH Young Guns, watch how the ASH is suitable for the whole family J 44 – 58
11.45am CWA Cooking Demonstration Style Pavilion
11.45am 10 Top tips for Honey Production at home – Charlie Casido Queen Bee L 22 – 24
10.45am Laminitis in horses Dr John Kohnke & Dr Philipa Kohnke Education Centre
12 noon Hawkesbury Working Kelpie Stud H 43-45 Street
12 noon Open Forum & Discussion on Horses Education Centre
12 noon Outback Alternative Training – Value Systems for horses J 70 – 72
12.30pm ASH Tent Pegging – see mounted horse gallops using a lance J 44 – 58
1pm Fashion Parade Style Pavilion
1pm Shooters, Fishers and Farmers – Bait rigging L 36
1pm Lower back injuries in horses Dr John Kohnke & Dr Philipa Kohnke Education Centre
1pm Horse Ball – Played on horseback where a ball is shot it through a hoop J 44 – 58
1.30pm Care of the Broodmare and young foal Dr David Searle Education Centre
1.45pm CWA Cooking Demonstration Style Pavilion
1.45pm “Talking Hats” L 22 – 24
2pm ASH Cattle Work – see the Australian Stock Horse’s natural cow sense J 44 – 58
2pm Tying up and muscle problems in horses Education Centre
2pm Top Ten Tips for training you dog L 22 – 24
2.20pm Greasy Heel and Seedy Toe in horses  Dr John Kohnke Education Centre
2.30pm Hawkesbury Working Kelpie Stud H 43-45 Street
2.30pm Outback Alternative Training – Gaining trust and respect of your horse J 70 – 72
2.45pm Common Plants Poisonous to horses Education Centre
3pm Kilmarnock Forge Demonstration Hore Expo J Street
3pm ASH Polocrosse -Horse and rider are tested in this sport with a ball J 44 – 58
4pm Outback Alternative Training – Body language with horses in yards J 70 – 72