KEY MEETING: Join the region's agricultural stakeholders at the last North Burnett Ag Network meeting for the year, which will be held on National Agriculture Day.
KEY MEETING: Join the region's agricultural stakeholders at the last North Burnett Ag Network meeting for the year, which will be held on National Agriculture Day.

Meeting to celebrate industry

THE North Burnett Ag Network will meet again on November 21 at the Old Tin Shed in Gayndah.

With thanks to the Foundation For Rural And Regional Renewal, a complimentary light dinner will be offered at 5.30pm followed by the 6pm meeting.

BIEDO chief executive officer Kristy Frahm said the final meeting of the Ag Network for 2018 coincided with National Agriculture Day, so there was no better time to feature the agriculture industry in the North Burnett.

"We are looking forward to hearing an update from Burnett Livestock and Realty about the Biggenden Saleyards redevelopment and also an overview of the Boyne River Pecans operation and pecan industry,” Ms Frahm said.

The North Burnett Ag Network was launched by Mayor Rachel Chambers and North Burnett Regional Council earlier this year in collaboration with BIEDO.

This meeting will not only be a celebration of agriculture but also a chance to review the 2018 Ag Network discussions and plan for 2019 activities.

Everyone is welcome to attend and the group welcomes input from other interested parties in relation to agriculture in the North Burnett.

To help with catering, RSVP by 5pm on November 19 by emailing community@biedo.org.au.

Anyone interested in attending this North Burnett Agriculture Network meeting is welcome to RSVP.


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