An incredible response to hosting ADC in the nation’s capital, a gathering of 400-strong delegates will converge on Canberra next week to discuss the future direction of the Australian dairy industry.
ADC President and Tasmanian dairy farmer Ben Geard said that the response from the industry was overwhelming especially with recent challenging conditions but attendance levels have signalled the willingness of the industry as a collective to address topical issues and drive ongoing debate and discussions.
“At ADC, we’ve always been driven by a mandate to set new agendas, push the boundaries and explore controversial topics. The recent attendance levels of ADC in 2018 and this year in Canberra, are a testament to the ability of the organisation (and Programming Committees) to always deliver something new and topical in the interests of Australian dairy farmers,” he said.
“Our farmer-based Programming Committee have again produced a first-class program and we are really looking forward to next week and the conversations that will take place”.
Further enquiries regarding ADC or to register for 2019 Conference waiting list can be directed to Conference Manager Bradley Hayden.