It may feel like harvest has only just wrapped up, and in what was a drawn out season for many it has, but seeding 2017 is just around the corner and the Hart Field-Site Group is set to help with some of the decision making.
The free Getting The Crop In seminar will be held in Clare on Thursday, March 23, and everyone is welcome.
Some of the lessons from 2016 will be put on the table, with the Hart Trials Results to be launched and discussed, including findings from wheat time of sowing and soil nutrient trials.
Local farm consultant Mick Faulkner will speak about frost and farming.
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Yeelanna farmer Randall Wilksch will give an insight into his family farm, including touching on controlled traffic, investment, and his Nuffield scholarship.
For the first time this year, a panel of three farmers will feature in a question and answer style session that will enable open discussion.
Focus will be on findings from 2016 and how to alter 2017 programs as a result.
Rural Directions’ Chris Heinjus will present on markets and commodities.
The seminar will kick off at 8am with a light breakfast, and will be followed with the Grains Research and Development Corporation's Farm Business Update seminar.
DETAILS: Sponsored by Rabobank Clare, the Hart Field-Site Group’s Getting The Crop In seminar will be held at The Vines Christian Church, Stradbrooke Road, Clare from 8am-12.30pm, on March 23.