A new collaborative bushfire resilience project including government, the private sector and the University of Sydney, will apply research to future-proof the dairy industry, it was announced by Agriculture Ministers David Littleproud and Adam Marshall today.
For the first time the Dairy Research Foundation’s 2020 Symposium was live online on 21 & 22 July, from 9am to 12pm each day.
This year’s theme was Dairy BUS.IN.ES.S: business, innovation, emerging science & society.
The Dairy Research Foundation’s 2020 Symposium will be FREE and LIVE ONLINE on 21 & 22 July, from 9am to 12pm each day.
There is no charge to register, however registration is essential so we can send you the links to view the symposium. A few days before the event, we will email you two links, one for each day of the symposium.
The Dairy Research Foundation Symposium was held in Bega, NSW on the 10-11 July 2019 at the Bega Valley Commemorative Civic Centre and Cedar Grove Farm, Angledale. It was a successful event and was well attended on both days. A high percentage of the delegates thought that topics covered on the day were mostly relevant to their business.
The two day format was kept as per the last two years and the Industry Forum was incorporated with the DRF Symposium ticket.
The 2018 Symposium was held at Camden NSW this year on 16 – 17 July. It was a huge success with attendance rate exceeding expectation. The Tuesday session saw 185 delegates pack our Conference Centre and on Wednesday 131 delegates attended the farm day.
Watch the symposium videos
A major project has been established under the Commonwealth Rural R&D for Profit programme, to undertake research and development of the implementation of virtual herding technology across the major livestock industries in Australia.