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TAS Country : April 26th 2012
Friday, April 27, 2012 Tasmanian Country 3 2012 How event harvested success KAROLIN MacGREGOR POINTING THE WAY: Lisa Goodrick adds the finishing touches to Agfest signage in 1991. IN the 30 years since the idea of Agfest came about it has grown to become one of the most successful agricultural field days in the country. When a decision was made to cut Department of Agricul- ture funding for Rural Youth in 1982, members banded together in a fight to save their organisation. At the time Rural Youth had about 300 members, many of whom had been involved with the organisation for several years and decided they would not sit back and watch it fold. Instead, the idea of hosting a field day in the north of the state was passed at the Rural Youth AGM in February and followed on from the highly successful World Ploughing To Page 4 2045901-120427 AGFEST IS THE PLACE FOR SPECIALS Chains cut to size at Special prices. ars sol or all o el chainsa s ust rin in ol ar or a sa ple ith chain. a A S Super Deals for the 3 days only, no reasonable offer refused S O d P P d c H da P E d C a a a , C a & Acc P C a & E Ga d Ca E R d 0 T E A E S a E AT S TAS CHAINSAW & MOWERS 210 Wellington Street, Launceston, 6343 0077 3 Co onnector Park Drive, Kings Meadows, 63430404 AUSTRALIAN CHAINSAW PRODUCTS Site 106 First Avenue STIHL CHAINSAW WIN ENTRY FORMS ON SITE IN FIRST AVENUE H da d d H da d d
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