One of the most anticipated sessions is with Farm & General agronomist Greg Warren
Kulin Bush Races Inc has announced that it has joined forces with one of Western Australia's fastest growing, locally-owned wool and livestock marketing and export companies to bring another spectacular racing and country carnival experience to regional WA.
The workshops at Katanning, Northam, Esperance and Perth will also provide the latest insights on managing fungicide resistance.
The prestigious awards are usually made at WAFarmers' annual general meeting dinner in March, but given this year's event was cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions the Muresk forum, where more than 170 delegates were in attendance each day, was seen as a fitting substitute.
WAFarmers' Mic Fels said he was "befuddled" that the government didn't seem to recognise a need for workers in the broadacre farming sector.
Elders State wool and livestock manager Dean Hubbard said it was great to be able to host the wool awards this year after having last year's event cancelled due to the pandemic.
Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan officially opened the forum, which ran over two days and was attended by about 170 industry stakeholders.