With most of NSW still experiencing dry conditions, district veterinarians, livestock officers and agricultural advisory officers will be available throughout the three days to provide tailored, drought-related advice on a range of subjects.
Visit the Local Land Services display shed to learn more about:
- livestock health
- animal feed requirements
- crops and pastures
Aside from drought-specific information, there will also be biosecurity and natural resource management officers on-hand to discuss how you can:
- help eradicate pest animals from your area
- protect the habitats of threatened species
- increase native vegetation on your property.
Landholders can ask the travelling stock reserves team about moving stock or what they can do to help preserve these reserves for future generations.
Or chat with customer services staff about how to lodge their land and stock return, get a property identification code or pay rates.
The Local Land Services shed at site 311, at the corner of 5th Ag Place and 4th Farm Avenue.