FROM tractors to motor vehicles, horses to homes, ProAg is ready and raring to go. The organisers, Fairfax Rural Events, will welcome everyone to two big days at ProAg on Friday and Saturday at Macksville Showground.
Today's ProAg has everything - pets for the backyard and Charolais for the paddock. There are herbs for kitchen garden as well as seeds for the air-seeder and the tractor to pull it.
There will be a full program of demonstrations and new releases featuring the latest in Australian agriculture, encouraging professionals on the land to use innovative practices and equipment that will improve sustainability and profitability.
New faces of the Australian primary industry will launch products and services and there will be dozens of companies eager to showcase their innovations and technology to the coastal regional and rural market-place.
ProAg is not solely focused on machinery and fixed infrastructure, it caters as well to the smaller acreages. It is about getting the absolute most out of limited resources.
This year, ProAg is bursting with live action demonstrations in the main arena: Outback Alternative Training natural horsemanship demonstrations, Rise Above drone demonstrations, Mid North Coast Machinery Restoration Club, RM Williams Longhorn Express, Lethal Dose Kruisers motor cars and bikes showcase on Saturday, Reptile Awareness, Old Macdonald’s Travelling Farms, Precision Helicopters joy rides, motor bikes, utvs and quad test driving, saw mill demonstrations, waste recycling training and much more.
Admission is $5, children 12 yrs and under free. Open from 9am to 4pm Friday and Saturday. Free car parking area on the Macksville Showground open from 8am with ticket box open in the western car park for early arrivals.