EVENT: Ag-Grow field days

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Ag grow 2013 aerial The Ag-grow field days in Emerald, QLD attracts about 400 businesses and over 20,000 visitors every year. Image: Ag-Grow Facebook page Ag grow 2013 aerial
Ag grow 2013 colt starting A highlight of every year's event is the CQ Colt Starting Challenge. Image: Ag-Grow Facebook page Ag grow 2013 colt starting
Ag grow 2013 food van Gourmet food and produce will be available at the field days. Image: Ag-grow Facebook page Ag grow 2013 food van
Ag grow 2013 livestock The Ag-Grow field days has a huge focus on livestock. Image: Ag-Grow field days Facebook page. Ag grow 2013 livestock

Now in its 25th year, the Ag-Grow field days will once again return to its location of Emerald, Queensland from July 8 onwards.

The three day event is one of Queensland’s biggest agricultural events and will feature a broad range of businesses ranging from agricultural to mining and earthmoving to lifestyle.

The event attracts about 300 to 400 exhibitors and roughly 20,000 visitors through the gates every year.

Each year, the show features a range of competitions and shows to keep visitors entertained, such as the Working Cattle Dog competition, Queensland Superior Beef Bull Sale, Ag-Grow Invitation Horse Sale, CQ Colt Starting Challenge, Open Cutting and more.

In addition, there are also fashion parades and dance performances to cater to all members of the family.

WHEN

Tuesday July 8 to Thursday July 10

Opening hours: 8am to 5pm

WHERE

26007 Capricorn Hwy, 4720

WHO

Livestock and broadacre farmers and their families.

TICKETS

Single Day Ticket Price

Adult $10

Students & Children - Free

Senior Pensioners - Free

Three Day Ticket Pass 

Adult $25

Accommodation

To help plan your trip, click here to find accommodation in Emerald.

MORE INFORMATION

Find out who will be exhibiting, site plan, programs and look up contact details on the Ag-Grow website.

 

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