9-11th July (Wagga Wagga NSW) Innovation Generation Conference Innovation Generation is the year’s best opportunity for under 35s in the grains industry to network, learn and be inspired. Over two and a half days the conference will bring together growers, agribusiness professionals, industry pioneers and innovators to explore a diverse range of issues, ideas and opportunities. Register here.
10-11th July (Albury NSW) Tocal's Precision Agronomy Courses You are invited to participate in a nationally-accredited Precision Agronomy course. Learn the key concepts of precision agriculture and how to use analysis software to make better decisions. This program has a focus on local profitability through delivering regionally-based training relevant to local climate and industries. Register here.
10-16th July (Wagga Wagga NSW) The Farming & Grazing for Profit School Join thousands of graduates from across Australia and find the breakthroughs you’ve been looking for to increase profit, improve the health of your land and the relationships in your business, and enhance your satisfaction with your property.
26th July (Moama NSW) GRDC Update The GRDC Grains Research Update events are for agronomists, consultants, researchers and growers to see and discuss the latest in research and to network with their peers about how to apply new and relevant information to the latest farming systems. Cost: $30 per person and $20 for additional attendees.
31st July - 2nd August (Melbourne VIC) Australian Grains Industry Conference The AGIC 2018 program will canvas critical topics affecting the industry today and into the future. Global and Australian experts will speak at the Conference and participate in panel sessions. The ever-popular “CEO’s in Conversation” session will also return this year.
2nd August Regional Cropping Solutions Network Local Forums (Balranald NSW) The GRDC Local Forum provides an opportunity for anyone involved in the grains industry to bring forward ideas including opportunities and constraints which are relevant to the grains industry. Ideas raised will be discussed in detail, to assist the GRDC to develop targeted R,D & E activities that create enduring profitability for Australian grain growers. Special presentation from Nuffield Scholar Andrew Freeth regarding on-farm storage and the grain supply chain.
2-3 August (Moama NSW) RGA Annual Conference The 2018 conference theme isLocally Owned – Globally Focused where we are taking the opportunity to celebrate not only Australian rice, but the people, growers, company, systems and technology that play a vital role in making Australian rice competitive on the global stage. The two-day conference agenda includes presentations by guest speakers and a trade exhibition, followed by a Gala Dinner on Thursday evening. Our AGM and business reporting sessions will be held on Friday morning, with post-conference tours to be conducted in the afternoon.
10 August (Barham NSW) Farm Business Management Essentials This popular workshop looks at how you can get the most from the information provided in your Tax Returns and learn measures to assess farm business performance. Topics will cover: learning how profit is really measured in a farm business, measuring true equity and understand why it is important and much more! If you simply file your tax return away each year, this is a MUST ATTEND Masterclass for you!