Demonstrating ag’s future at AgQuip

Celebrated Australian country music star Adam Harvey will perform at AgQuip, courtesy of Clipex.
Celebrated Australian country music star Adam Harvey will perform at AgQuip, courtesy of Clipex.

FIELD days are all about connecting a potential buyer to a product. It is the ideal platform to allow people to examine every nut, bolt and feature of a display.

Seeing that product in action, however, is what everybody really wants to see, and Commonwealth Bank AgQuip 2018 will be bursting at the seams with live action demonstrations right across the field.

This year there will be numerous demonstrations featuring drones, ag tech, four-wheel-drive vehicles, saw mills, quad bike safety training lessons, motorbike skill displays, dam building exhibitions, farm machinery, as well as horse training and working dog demonstrations.

The interest shown in exhibitors wanting to go the “extra mile” and conduct live demonstrations at  AgQuip shows an encouraging shift back to the golden age of field days when demonstrations were a key marketing component for exhibitors.

The Soil Conservation Service on I-J/06-07 is digging deep with live demonstrations of dam construction using GPS guidance systems fitted to dozer and excavator.

The heavy machinery will be carving out a dam and demonstrating the best earthworks techniques.

Outback Alternative Training will be conducting horsemanship courses using NLP – a world first.  

Lucas Mills will be demonstrating its world popular portable saw mill.

Stafford Welding Products and Tools has hot work demonstrations with its latest welding equipment.

Milbrotec is demonstrating its fully galvanised Grate Gate, a cattle grate and secure property gate all in one – and so much more.

Future farming is a big focus and across the site you’ll see ag tech, farm machinery and precision farming demonstrations.  

Don’t miss seeing the world’s biggest boomspray at Hayes Spraying.

Kawasaki on C-D/14 will be hosting an exciting area where you can test drive its new side-by-side ag vehicles and live demonstrations with ATVs and motorbikes that will be sure to catch your eye.

Stop by the dedicated demonstration areas including motorbike, four-wheel-drive, farm machinery, earthmoving, drones –  check the Activities Program for days and times.

The free shuttle buses navigating the static display area will be dropping off and picking up at each of the demonstration areas over the three days of the event.

Take a moment to be entertained by acclaimed Australian country music star and multi-Golden Guitar winner Adam Harvey who will be performing at the event, courtesy of Clipex, on Wednesday, August 22.

You will see demonstrations of the future of agriculture technology and entertainment right across the site at Commonwealth Bank AgQuip field days.

Commonwealth Bank AgQuip is on August 21 to 23.

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