Economic Development Officer - Business South Burnett
Applications for the Farmers2Founders Early Adopter Program are open

Are you a progressive and forward-thinking producer looking for technology solutions to on-farm problems? Do you struggle to search for, filter, and find solutions? Are you keen for a better way to work with tech companies to make sure solutions create value for your farm?

Applications for the Farmers2Founders Early Adopter Program are open. Apply to gain:

  • New experience and expertise in technology management strategies
  • Support to de-risk the process of searching for, filtering, and accessing new technologies that solve key challenges on farm
  • Access to a community of other innovative farmers across Australia to share challenges, ideas, and solutions for getting the best out of technologies
  • Early visibility across, and input into, new technologies in key opportunity areas
  • Hands on support from F2F to engage with a hand-picked group of technology providers to design and implement effective pilots

Spots are limited, apply now!



Economic Development Officer - Business South Burnett
Do you work in Agribusiness?

Are you doing something ‘a little different’ within your business?

Agvention will be held on Friday 25 October and will have over 50 exhibitors attending, including Australia’s first mobile abattoir. Showcasing innovation, invention and ideas – AgVention, a field day like no-other powered by the Food and Agribusiness Network in collaboration with BOS RURAL SUPPLIES.

AgVention reflects a passion for regenerative agriculture and the technology that can support its broad scale adoption.  The event will feature displays including virtual fencing, remote monitoring, irrigation controllers, inbuilt inverter solar pumps and non-chemical parasite control products and a brand-new USDA certified organic herbicide that has the potential to replace current defoliant chemicals which has not been seen in the Australian market. Hear from guest speakers and take part in discussions on the future of food, renewable energy developments and other thought provoking topics.


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