Event: Yorke Peninsula Field Days 2017

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The biennial Yorke Peninsula Field Days is on again in 2017, promising a 30ha display of agricultural machinery and equipment, technology, information and services, plus stands and activities designed to be of interest to both rural and urban families.

The event was first held in 1895, which the organisers say makes it Australia’s oldest field days. It takes place from September 26-28 at Paskeville, South Australia, which is about 123km north of Adelaide.

"With a major focus on agriculture, and the future, the event features extensive displays of the latest agricultural machinery and equipment, technology, information and services," organisers say.

" The vast display provides an excellent one-stop opportunity to view and compare a comprehensive range of products designed for effective, efficient farming and rural practices."

During its three days of operation the field days attracts up to 50,000 visitors who are able to see displays and demonstrations such as cropping trials, working sheep dogs, wool and sheep, farm machinery and equipment, tools and accessories, rural buildings and automotive.

 

When

Tuesday 26 to Thursday 28 September 2017

Time

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Where

Copper Coast Highway, Paskeville, SA

Who

Agriculture professionals and  rural and urban families

Tickets

TBA

More information

www.ypfielddays.com.au

 

 

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