Pasture innovations on display at Hamilton's DairyBio

On display: A drone flies over the world's largest ryegrass trial at DairyBio.
On display: A drone flies over the world's largest ryegrass trial at DairyBio.

A DairyBio Open Day at Hamilton on September 7 will allow farmers to see how innovations in pasture are delivering game-changing increases in pasture yield, persistence and quality.

On display will be the world’s largest precision-planted ryegrass field trial, drones and ground vehicles with advanced sensor technologies.

DairyBio is a $60 million joint venture initiative between Agriculture Victoria and Dairy Australia and a number of industry partners. 

The initiative has a focus on dairy bioscience and its application to improve the pasture and herds on dairy farms.

It will be held from 10.30am-2pm at the Agriculture Victoria Research facility at 915 Mount Napier Road Hamilton.

Bookings are required.

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