Industry experts passionate about their respective fields share inside knowledge and experiences in new trends in alternative farming including sustainability, innovation and technology, backyard farming and bio-security.  Each session is approximately 45 minutes – see schedule below.

*Please note all sessions are subject to change

Event Timeslots (18)

Friday
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Dry seasonal conditions; water saving, water reticulation and preparing for the next dry season - Greg Bekker from Agriculture Victoria

Friday
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Achieving egg lay year round - Megg Miller from Grass Roots Magazine

Friday
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Owning Brumbys and capitalising on their versatility - Colleen OBrien from the Victorian Brumby Association

Friday
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Livestock management stock containment area - Erica Schelfhorst from Agriculture Victoria

Friday
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Preparation for livestock and horses in bushfires - Lee Manning from Agriculture Victoria

Friday
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National livestock identification system (NLIS) - Greg Ferrier from Agriculture Victoria

Saturday
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National livestock identification system (NLIS) - Greg Ferrier from Agriculture Victoria

Saturday
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Drones in agriculture - Wayne Lording from Lording Estate

Saturday
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Beekeeping in the backyard - Gary Beavis from Beavos Honey

Saturday
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Hempcrete - a zero carbon solution - Joe DAlo from the Hemp Building Company

Saturday
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Reduce costs through sustainable farming and energy - Wayne Lording from Lording Estate

Saturday
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Dry seasonal conditions; water saving, water reticulation and preparing for the next dry season - Greg Bekker from Agriculture Victoria

Sunday
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Hemp farming - David Brian from Southern Hemp

Sunday
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Achieving egg lay year round - Megg Miller from Grass Roots Magazine

Sunday
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Owning Brumbys and capitalising on their versatility - Colleen OBrien from the Victorian Brumby Association

Sunday
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Beekeeping in the backyard - Gary Beavis from Beavos Honey

Sunday
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Waste is easy work for worms - Alex Blythe from A&A Worm Farm Systems

Sunday
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From city slicker to dairy farmer - Sarah Parker from Australian Women in Agriculture