Daily program – Thursday, September 21


Thursday, September 21, 2017

8am: Exelpet Sheep and Yard Dog trials start.

9am: Wagga Air Centre helicopter joy flights start.

9.30am: Chainsaw sculpting with Angie Polglaze near The Stump

9.30am: Country Lifestyle program starts

9.30am: Farm Gate Market Produce pavilion program begins.

10am: Global agricultural leader Case IH celebrates 175 years of production with a ceremony at The Stump.

10.30am-11.30am: Dreamfields musician Chelsea Knight performs on the Farm Gate sound stage.

10.30am: 11am: Country Lifestyle exhibitor fashion parade.

10.30am: 40th anniversary celebration of the Henty vintage farm machinery display – cake cutting at The Stump by the Henty & District Antique Farm Machinery Club.

11am: Champion axeman and men’s health advocate David Foster appears at Atlantic Oils site.

11am: Demonstration of the new 3420 PHD Paralink Hoe Drill by Bourgault at the Local Land Services plot site.

11am: George the Farmer performance at Hutcheon & Pearce site 489-498 Block M.

11am: Tahlia “Tot” Thomson will have her head shaved to raise funds for Albury-Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre at The Stump. People are welcome to join in for the cause.

12 noon-1.15pm: UK guest artists Lauren Diffey and Oli Crawford Craig perform on the Farm Gate stage (southern end)

Lunch break: Natural horsemanship entertainment and education with Tim O’Brien and the Boggy Creek Show at Exelpet sheep and yard dog trial site.

1pm: Judging of the 2017 Henty Natural Fibre Fashion and Accessories awards.

1.15pm-2.30pm: Dreamfields musician Chelsea Knight performs on the Farm Gate sound stage

1pm: Champion axeman and men’s health advocate David Foster appears at Atlantic Oils site.

1pm: Demonstration of the new 3420 PHD Paralink Hoe Drill by Bourgault on the Local Land Services plot site.

1.30pm: Presentation of the Greater Hume Shire Award for the Best Australian Manufactured Machine at The Stump by mayor Cr Heather Wilton.

1.30pm: Exelpet Sheep and Yard Dog trials finals followed by presentations.

2pm: George the Farmer performance at Hutcheon & Pearce site 489-498 Block M.

2pm: Chainsaw sculpting with Angie Polglaze near The Stump

2.30pm: Country Lifestyle exhibitor fashion parade.

3pm: Demonstration of the new 3420 PHD Paralink Hoe Drill by Bourgault on the Local Land Services plot site.

4pm: Gate prize draw of $1000 fuel voucher for use at Caltex Service Stations Australia wide courtesy Tasco Petroleum.

5pm: Helicopter joy flights finish. Gates close.

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