Three days touring South Australia’s Adelaide, Tanunda, Salter Springs, Riverton and Kadina districts covering a wide variety of topics relevant to mixed farming in Southern NSW – including ryegrass resistance, ag engineering, soil sampling, work health and safety, machinery, hay production, cropping and moisture probes - is the aim of this year’s FarmLink Winter Bus Tour.
The tour will begin in Adelaide early on Monday, August 13, with the first stop being a tour of the University of Adelaide’s Waite Campus research facilities, then on to Australian Precision Ag Laboratory. From there, the bus will head to Tanunda for the night. Day 2 will involve on farm visits at Salter Springs and Riverton then on to Kadina/Wallaroo for the night. The final day will begin with a visit to the Viterra Grain Handling Port and farm tours as we return to Adelaide that afternoon.
While FarmLink is organising all elements of the three-day bus tour, participants have the flexibility to find their own way to and from Adelaide, some already indicating they will stay on in the Adelaide region for a holiday break after the tour.
At this stage, we already have interest from a number of potential participants. Numbers will be limited, so anyone else interested in joining the 2018 FarmLink Winter Bus Tour can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office on (02) 6980 1333, by the end of June.
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