A number of agricultural and pastoral society medals will go under the hammer from August 30 to September 2.
With about 120 people in attendance, the forum gave an overview on the meat market and featured several presentations on grazing and pasture management, confinement feeding, times for joining, lambing/calving and weaning, biosecurity and technology adoption onfarm.
More than 40 members representing agricultural machinery dealers, manufacturers, repairers, inventors and insurers gathered for lunch and to hear from an array of speakers.
Nyabing CWA of WA branch member Alyson Cooper has taken a photo of a page in her CWA Cookbook which gives two recipes for apple chutney.
She helped develop the cochlear implant, restored a Victorian post office and did a 3500km mail run.
"The battle will be recounted through different stories & through the lens of the young couple Allan & Jessie."
Key sessions included what forces are shaping the future of agriculture, what we can learn from dairy on social licence, treading carefully on climate change conversations and business as a force for positive change.
More than 170 people, a broad cross section of industry representatives and grower group members, came together in a genuine networking opportunity.
A Central West NSW farmer standing up against a dust storm has inspired a national award winning photograph.