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The 2015 South Agricultural Field Days prospectus and online booking are now available

29/08/2014
One of the most popular events of the farming calendar, the South Island Agricultural Field Days (SIAFD), will run from 25-27 March 2015.

SIAFD is the longest running Field Days in the country now in its 62nd year held biannually and attracts between 20,000 and 25,000 visitors with over 380 exhibitors previously. Our new site in Kirwee offers exciting new opportunities for demonstrations and additional exhibitors.

The main attraction of the Field Days is the machinery demonstrations. Exhibits pertaining directly to primary production or other commodities such as services, fencing, veterinary, chemicals or workshop tools, are also encouraged. SIAFD aims to offer the farming public an opportunity to view the latest in agricultural developments in practical working conditions and static displays.

The SIAFD will be open to the public from 8.30am until 5.00pm, from Wednesday 25 March to Friday 27 March 2015. The committee reserves the right to accept or decline applications that do not meet this aim, such as non-rural applications and fashion apparel.

Advantages of Exhibiting
  • Direct access to thousands of South Island farmers.
  • Equipment can be demonstrated under ideal conditions, weather permitting.
  • Newspaper supplements will be published and television, radio and press coverage sought.
  • New Farm Equipment Award and new product releases gain considerable publicity.



For further information contact us on 03 318 1845 or info [at] siafd.co.nz.

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