agVivo Events provides event organisation and management for many clients, including complete registration services for conferences and events. agVivo Events also provides an online payment service to enable efficient payment of membership and event registrations.


Erin Gorter,

0429 833 752

[email protected]


Upcoming Events




TSH Final Flyer


WA farmers are coming together to celebrate International Year of Soils. Natural resource management groups across regional Western Australia are joining forces to bring you the 2015 Talkin’ Soil Health Conference.

Hear the latest research findings and understand how that information can be used to improve soil management on farms, industry and more broadly for agricultural land across the state – for both productivity and environmental stewardship.

Talkin’ Soil Health – Unearthing Profits promises to be an inspiring and educational forum to help farmers unlock the secrets of their soils and increase their productivity.

Keynote speakers include Sabrina Hahn: Master gardener, Urban forest planner, Sustainability specialist and Storyteller.  Warren Pensini: Blackwood Valley Beef.  Neil Bennett: Bureau of Meteorology  

Click here to visit the Talkin’ Soil Health Website






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Want a fantastic opportunity to take part in an accredited 2 day course that counts towards your practical requirements*? Learn practical applications of cropping, soil testing, weed identification, VRT & other technology, pest identification, seeding, grain seed identification…. Crop Camp will be held at Rylington Park, Boyup Brook on 26th and 27th September 2015

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Providing the opportunity for farmers and their advisers to touch, feel and talk about the many technologies currently available to improve livestock and cropping productivity profitability.

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Click here for the program of events



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The MLA online Cost of Production calculator has been designed specifically to help producers gain a clear understanding of how much it costs to produce a kilogram of lamb.  The tool they have produced is user friendly and right there on their website.  We’d like to help you learn how to use it, so that it can become a useful tool for you to use in the comfort of your own office!

This workshop is specifically being targeted at women who are involved in their farming businesses, to help them add value to decision making regarding the growing and marketing of prime lambs.  To add to the value of the day, we have arranged the day to be held at V & V Walsh so you can be taken on a tour of this state of the art processing plant.  On this tour you will get a first hand view of the processing end of the supply chain, giving you a greater understanding of what happens to your product once it leaves the farm gate…

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The objective of the Sheep  Camp is to offer a weekend to young people that have an interest in sheep. A camp they can attend to work with sheep and learn basic skills in areas such as low stress sheep management, basic husbandry and animal welfare. A camp leaving them with an appetite to work in the sheep industry, seeing it as an interesting and fulfilling career option.

The first Sheep Camp was held on the weekend of 23-24th May. Click here to read a report on the weekend



“I would like to congratulate you for that outstanding weekend at Rylington Park! That was perfectly organised, had very competent presenters and despite the rather packed schedule, did not feel hectic or stressful at all. The information that we could gather in those two days is just mindbogling, especially for the guys like myself, that do not have an immediate farming background or connection – invaluable, really!” Urs Graber, Agribusiness student, Curtin University



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