Farmers from far-flung places throughout WA gathered at Muresk Institute to socialize and take heed to dozens of visitor audio system on the high-calibre checklist on the WAFarmers Fodder for Thought convention late final month.
The two-day soiree was aimed toward sharing information in regards to the state of the trade and kicked off with a day centered on expertise on Thursday, June 23.
Later that day, Australian Wool Innovation consultant Marius Cumming shared an perception into AWI’s analysis and improvement within the shearing trade.
Guests gathered at Muresk Institute’s Dempster Hall for a dinner peppered with dialogue about adjustments to the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act affiliation of mining and exploration corporations director Neil Van Drunen.
The second day of the occasion kicked off early with an 8.30am tackle by WAFarmers president John Hassell, earlier than the WAFarmers grains and livestock annual basic conferences.
A full day of audio system stored visitors engaged and entertained with discussions centered on commerce, fertiliser, grains, livestock, wool, analysis and improvement, and biosecurity, amongst different matters.