Field day season kicks off across Australia

Paula Thompson
Updated February 21 2024 - 1:07pm, first published February 20 2024 - 1:30pm
The next generation of Wimmera Machinery Field Days volunteers, assisting their parents at a major preparation working bee at the Longerenong site, Thomas Lampard, Max Lenehan, Archer Lampard, Ivie Lampard, Henry Eagle, Fred Rethus, Penny Eagle, Heidi Rethus and Claire Rethus. Picture Gregor Heard
The next generation of Wimmera Machinery Field Days volunteers, assisting their parents at a major preparation working bee at the Longerenong site, Thomas Lampard, Max Lenehan, Archer Lampard, Ivie Lampard, Henry Eagle, Fred Rethus, Penny Eagle, Heidi Rethus and Claire Rethus. Picture Gregor Heard

Farmers will have plenty of opportunities to check out the latest machinery and agtech innovations across the nation from March onwards with the Australian field day season kicking off.

Paula Thompson

Paula Thompson

National Machinery and Ag Tech writer

Paula Thompson is ACM's National Machinery and Ag Tech writer. She has been an agricultural journalist for more than 20 years. Prior to her current role, she was a reporter with the Stock Journal, covering livestock markets and the grains industry.

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