Notice from the Organising Committee of the South Island Agricultural Field Days

We appreciate that these are uncertain times for businesses in New Zealand.

Please be assured that the South Island Agricultural Field Days Organising Committee are still planning for our next event on the 24-26 March 2021 and we hope that this will be a celebration of how agriculture and the wider industry has supported our nation throughout these tough times.  We have delayed opening for registrations while we allow businesses time to cope with the difficulties related to the COVID-19 lockdown. 
 
Please subscribe to our mailing list to be informed of further details.

Countdown to SIAFD 2021

March 24-26, 2021

Welcome to South Island Agricultural Field Days

March 24-26 2021, Kirwee

Site registrations open JUNE - subscribe to our Mailing List to be kept informed!


We are one of the oldest and largest agricultural events in the South Island; going back 70 years, it focuses on opportunities to view machines in their working state and reinforcing the relationship between farmers, service providers, scientists and technical experts.
 

News from South Island Agricultural Field Days

SIAFD Spring 2019 Newsletter

12/11/2019

Catch up with the Spring 2019 news and updates for the next SIAFD is on the 24-26 MARCH 2021.

The Event

The main aim of the South Island Agricultural Field Days (SIAFD) is to give farmers and others in the rural sector the opportunity to see the latest in agricultural machinery and services that are available on the market, particularly home grown products.

Nowadays the event attracts between 20,000 and 25,000 visitors over the course of three days.

Friends of SIAFD

The following companies and organisations are proud to be associated with the South Island Agricultural Field Days

The SIAFD is a story of success. It has been the result of hard work by young farmers since 1951. About 175 members have served on the organising committee and several hundred others have worked during the field days providing the hands on approach needed to prepare for and run successful events.
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