Hunt for the smartest dairy app

11 Sep, 2018 04:00 AM
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Nominate a farm app to be featured at the Australian Dairy Conference.
This is the first time ADC has descended on Canberra...
Nominate a farm app to be featured at the Australian Dairy Conference.

Calling dairy tech heads. The Australian Dairy Conference is on the hunt to find the smartest farm apps being used on Australian dairy farms and it wants farmers' help.

Technology has a significant impact on the Australian dairy industry. The ADC programming committee wants to know what farmers use, how they use it and how it has changed or improved the way they operate their farm business.

Nominated apps will be tested rigorously with the top five selected to be demonstrated at the conference by members of the Young Dairy Network Australia.

Conditions apply (see entry form). Entries close October 10.

Just by nominating a favourite farm app, farmers can go into the draw to win full conference registration to ADC to be held in Canberra from February 19-21.

Go to web link http://bit.ly/BestDairyApp to lodge a nomination.

This is the first time ADC has descended on Canberra and the location will set the scene to prompt a range of dairy leadership discussions given the political environment and proximity of key policymakers.

Canberra will also be used as a base to explore the dairy regions of NSW with pre-conference plans underway for delegates to tour Central New South Wales including a visit to one of the largest dairy operations in the country.

To find out more about the conference, head to website http://www.australiandairyconference.com.au.

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