September 11, 2013
Information on the range of training options for NSW primary producers will be a feature of the NSW Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI) activities at Henty Machinery Field Days on September 17-19.
“Representatives from DPI’s Tocal College will highlight the many courses available to keep farmers up-to-date with the latest information and technologies for a range of industries,” NSW DPI regional director south west, Giles Butler said.
“Chemical training for producers will be featured including details about SMARTtrain – Your Chemical Solutions.
“If you need advice on animal or plant biosecurity, financial management or agricultural education – it’s all available at the NSW DPI stand.
“Representatives from the Wagga Wagga Feed Quality Service will also be on hand to outline the advantages of testing your feed.
“This quality-assured Feed Testing Service is based on the latest technology with a fast turnaround time.”
New exhibitors to the DPI site this year include NSW Fisheries, Amie St Clair Melonoma Trust, drumMUSTER/Chem Clear and the Riverina Regional Library.
Farmers in particular are invited to undertake the Men’s Health Pitstop at the NSW DPI stand.
This health screening test conducted by Hume Medicare local in conjunction with Murrumbidgee Medicare Local and covers eight stations checking cholesterol, blood pressure and other important indicators of your health.