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Muster up your mates to attend AgKnowledge 2 day workshop

Charleville and district agriculturists will be the first to discover the new and improved ag technologies at AgKnowledge, a two-day workshop showcasing innovative agriculture and agribusiness technologies.

Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges (QATC) Manager of Education and Training (Statewide), Roger Desailly said the workshop will provide Queenslander primary producers the opportunity to explore the innovative agriculture and agribusiness technologies at a one-stop practical workshop.

“QATC welcomes farmers, livestock producers, owners and managers in related agribusiness industries to participate in AgKnowledge which will be held on the 5 and 6 October in Charleville,” said Mr Desailly.

“The workshop will include a hands-on approach, to allow attendees to examine and assess the technologies that will assist them to overcome modern challenges of managing a productive and sustainable business,” he said.  

During the two-day workshop participants will gain skills and knowledge in the application of technology systems and products available in the market today.  Through the live demonstrations and presentations by industry experts including remote surveillance, drone operation, big data analysis of farm business management, GPS and satellite mapping, water management, artificial insemination, preg testing and walk over weighing. 

“AgKnowledge has received official support by Advance Queensland, Murweh Shire Council and Telstra,” he said. “Advance Queensland will present the governments innovation agenda as well as the funding and grant programs accessible for regional Queenslanders.”

“Register now for a full insight into current ag innovations and a hands-on experience utilising today’s modern ag technologies.”

“Under our training agreement with AgForce members will receive a reduction on the cost,” said Mr Desailly.

To register, contact QATC on phone 1800 888 810 or email enquires@qatc.edu.au. 

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