Hawea Discussion Group September

Setting up for a successful Herd Repo season!

Devon Daries is hosting a discussion group / feild day event where the focus is on catching up with other local farmers and the season to date as well as a focus on setting your team up for a successful herd mating.

Supported by LIC and VetLife we will explore what it takes to fine tune your approach and ensure your farm team are all on the same page. 

Something for everyone - decision makers will explore what the gap potential is on your farm and how fine tuning can make a real difference for long term gains over time while farm team members will explore heat detection skills, paddock checks, detection aids, planning and staying fresh and more.

We will also explore technology and the role this has at Devon daries.

Decision makers bring along a copy of your Fertlity Focus Report from last season so you can do some gap analysis work.

This farmer group discusses and analyses the host farmer's system in order to identify opportunities and solutions that meet the host's future goals.

We also discusses seasonal issues and challenges that are affecting all farmers.

This Discussion Group is open to anyone involved in dairying or dairy related agri-business.

Come and join the discussion.

Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 restrictions lunch will not be provided but you are more than welcome to BYO.

Other important Covid-19 information:

  • All attendees must maintain 1 metre physical distancing at all times
  • Good health and hygiene standards must be maintained throughout the event and use of a face mask is compulsory for all attendees
  • Attendees must record their attendance to enable contact tracing and scan the COVID QR code upon arrival
  • Please do not attend this event if you are unwell or suspect you may have been exposed to COVID-19

Please note: The above requirements may be subject to change in accordance with COVID alert levels and Government requirements at the time of the event

Protect our industry - please arrive with clean boots to reduce the risk of spreading a disease, pest or weed.

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