See more at Seymour’s farming expo
THE animals are groomed, the entertainers are ready and the gates are about to open for the 28th Seymour Alternative Farming Expo.
Held at Seymour’s Kings Park from Friday, February 14 to Sunday, February 16, event manager Jamie Gilbert said there would be more than 400 exhibitors for 2020.
“Come and explore the latest technology, practices and trends in small and backyard farming, visit the animals and enjoy the market-style shopping, food and entertainment,” Mr Gilbert said.
A stalwart of the farming calendar, the expo puts the spotlight on modern farming methods, ag-tech solutions and sustainability.
“Every year exhibitors showcase the latest technological advancements, machinery and equipment in the agricultural industry for small acreage farming,” Mr Gilbert said.
“Over the years the event has grown to incorporate sustainability, including off-thegrid, renewable resources and low-impact living.
“There is also an opportunity to get up close and personal with unique livestock breeds, learn tips on raising unusual paddock pals and get up-to-date on animal health and farm diversity ideas in the Small Farms
Mr Gilbert said the expo was also a great family fun day out, with plenty of star-studded entertainment for all ages.
“This year we’ve added the All 4 FMX quad bike demos to the huge entertainment line-up, while the Flipping Disc Dogs are back fresh from the Australia’s Got Talent stage,” he said.
An estimated 22,000 visitors are expected across the three days.
For further information or to buy tickets online and save 15 per cent off the gate price, visit: www.seymourexpo.com.au.
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE: The Seymour Alternative Farming Expo is on again, scheduled to take place from February 14 – 16.