Registrations Open for the 2017 National Fodder Conference

Media Release

26 May 2017

Registrations are now open for the Australian Fodder Industry Association’s 2017 National Fodder Conference.  The theme for the 2017 Conference is ‘Feeding Innovation, Growing Success’.  The 2017 program will contain information to engage and stimulate everyone.  With a line-up of thought-provoking speakers and topics as well as plenty of opportunity for delegate interaction with exhibitors and sponsors, you and your business are assured to gain insights and connections from participating in the 2017 National Fodder Conference.

In addition to the conference speaking program and various workshops, the conference also comprises social functions including the Welcome Cocktail Function and the Annual Conference Dinner, great opportunities to connect with new and existing clients in a relaxed atmosphere as well as reconnecting with your fellow fodder industry friends.

Previous conferences have seen attendances consistently number between 250-300 delegates and have comprised a wide range of fodder industry participants including hay and silage growers and contractors, manufacturers and suppliers, hay exporters, domestic fodder traders, fodder transporters, end-users and researchers.

The 2017 National Fodder Conference program is in the final stages of development but you can register to attend now.  Don’t miss out as early bird registration discounts close on 16 July 2017.  To register, please visit www.afia.org.au or contact the AFIA office on (03) 9670-0523.

If you have an interest in the fodder industry or you are reliant on fodder for your business, you cannot afford to miss the 2017 National Fodder Conference, hosted by AFIA.  Lock the dates away now, 7-9 August 2017, and join us for the 2017 National Fodder Conference at the RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast, Queensland.

Media Contact:

John McKew
Chief Executive Officer
Australian Fodder Industry Association
W: (03) 9670 0523
M: 0438 182 600
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