FIELD DAY: Norco Rural Gayndah is gearing up for Field Day on May 1.
FIELD DAY: Norco Rural Gayndah is gearing up for Field Day on May 1.

Rural suppliers flocking to Gayndah field day

TRAVELLING from all corners of the country, rural suppliers will bring their latest products and expertise to Gayndah when Norco Rural holds its field day.

On May 1, North Burnett producers will receive all the latest rural news and updates in the agriculture industry as well as fantastic specials.

"Gayndah Field Day brings all of the producers and suppliers together in one place,” Norco sales employee Kelly Fredline said.

"Things have been very quiet lately with the drought so we're really looking forward to this opportunity to connect and we're excited to have the support of so many suppliers behind us.

"Gayndah really needs something like this once a year.”

It's not only producers who can cash in on a bargain, pet owners and plant enthusiasts will find impressive prices and products.

"We have 40-odd suppliers who are travelling from as far as Perth and Melbourne, covering all different industries,” Mrs Fredline said.

"Anybody is welcome to come along because we'll have something for everyone.”

Mrs Fredline said customers didn't always have the opportunity to see the large array of products available to them instore.

"So it will be great to show our customers just how much is really available to them,” she said.

"Our Norco Country Club members will also receive member-only specials, so we've had customers from even Taroom saying they're coming over on the day.”

Norco is 100 per cent Australian farmer owned.

For competitions and prizes, food and drink and specials galore, come down to Norco Rural Gayndah from 8am on May 1.


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