Everything You Need to Know About AgTech21: Build it, Use it, Profit
The Australian agricultural community is eagerly anticipating AgTech21. The event takes place at Emerald Town Hall on 3 November 2021. Are you planning on attending or are you in the area and would like a free on-site consultation for your next shed project? Call us on 1300 296 206 to make a booking.
It’s an opportunity for attendees to see the latest developments in agricultural machinery and technology. To understand just how valuable the event is for participants, it’s interesting to take a closer look at AgTech events.
- Agtech 21 takes place on 3 November 2021 at Emerald Town Hall
- Entegra will be represented by Michael Leask and Prudence Barwick
- This is the latest in a series of biennial AgTech events that regularly sell out.
- Our team is available for site visits
What is AgTech 21?
AgTech21 is the latest in a series of biennial innovation and technology events for the agriculture industry in Australia. There have been three previous events that have all sought to bring innovation to the forefront.
At each AgTech event, the smartest minds in farming technology showcase the latest innovations in the industry. They show attendees how to improve the efficiency and profitability of their farming businesses using state-of-the-art technology and machinery.
The event is hugely popular having sold out each time since 2017. This is not surprising given the opportunities it presents to attendees including visiting trade displays, testing machinery in the field, posing questions to expert panels, and watching live demonstrations. There is also an opportunity to network with other industry professionals.
The emphasis for Agtech 21 is on Smart Farm collaboration and biotech initiatives. In addition, early adopter producers will share their stories and advice.
AgTech21: Build it Use it Profit is presented by AgFrontier. The event is supported by Local Buying Foundation.
Attending AgTech 21
The highly significant AgTech events alternate between venues in Emerald and Mungindi. They are always well-attended. For example, 260 people travelled from across the country to attend AgTech19. This year’s event is not expected to be any different and tickets have already gone on sale.
They are likely to sell out quickly with people in the agriculture industry eager to attend one of the most significant industry-specific regional innovation and technology events.
Anyone who is interested in partnership opportunities and/or trade stall bookings should contact CHDC Agtech Community Officer Cassie Turner by email at [email protected] or by phone on 0477 030 717.
For those who want to attend the event, tickets are available here.