Information for South Island Agricultural Field Days Exhibitors

March 24-26 2021, Kirwee

Site registrations are now open!


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. The Field Days is the only agricultural show in New Zealand to feature side-by-side demonstrations, with 80 - 100 tractors, headers, mowers, seed drills and other machines being put through their paces each day.
 

SEE ALSO: SIAFD 2021 Exhibitor Updates

Information will be added to this page in the run-up to South Island Agricultural Field Days 2021...
Useful information for Exhibitors:

Local Accommodation

Camping

There is no camping at the SIAFD site, however less than 5 minutes down the road the Courtenay A&P Showgrounds in Kirwee are offering camping.

Charges: $10 per night for power, or $5 per night non-power sites.

If you would like to book please contact secretary@courtenayshow.org.nz.
 

Offer of Homestay Accommodation

Would you like to stay with a local Malvern family during your visit to the March 2021 South Island Agricultural Field days?

Malvern Anglican Parish is organising bed and breakfast homestays for exhibitors and visitors to the field days. While this project is a fundraising activity for the parish, it is also an opportunity for visitors to meet local people in their homes. In past Field Days events, the exhibitors who stayed in homestays found they avoided the traffic between Christchurch and the Field Days site at Kirwee.

For details, costs and an application form you can: You can look forward to a warm welcome.
 

 

Marquee & Building Consent Information

Marquee Exemption Application

There are two ways to submit your marquee exemption application for marquees over 100m²:
  1. Download the Marquee Exemption Application form (PDF), fill it in and send it to SIAFD (preferably by e-mail to info@siafd.co.nz) before 1st February 2021, or
  2. Fill in the online version of the form here, which is also required to be completed before 1st February 2021.
 

Structure Exemption Application

There are two ways to submit your structure exemption application:
  1. Download the Structure Exemption Application form (PDF), fill it in and send it to SIAFD (preferably by e-mail to info@siafd.co.nz) before 1st February 2021, or
  2. Fill in the online version of the form here, which is also required to be completed before 1st February 2021.
 

Important notes:

SIAFD will invoice you $300+GST for the marquee consent under our blanket exemption which must be paid before 1 February 2021 (please do not pay this consent fee directly to the Selwyn District Council or the marquee hire company).

For marquees or structures with large occupant numbers of 100+ pax, an evacuation procedure with designated Fire Warden, needs to be emailed to info@siafd.co.nz by the 1st February 2021, for approval by Fire and Emergency New Zealand.

If you have any questions about the form applications, or have any issues, contact us.

All applications must be submitted BEFORE 1st February 2021.

SIAFD Volunteers for 2021

If you or your organisation is interested in volunteering your services for SIAFD 2021 then please use our Volunteer Contact Form.

Best Site Award

A prize valued at $500 for the best large site and small site will be awarded by the SIAFD committee.

These awards are made to encourage exhibitors to erect stands that achieve the aims of the Field Days, i.e. the effective promotion and sale of machinery, services and/or other products.

The winning sites will be those that attract a large number of genuine enquiries, are active stands with demonstrations likely to attract attention, and are tidy and staffed efficiently.

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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