Around the grounds at FarmFest

Photos from the final day of Elders FarmFest 2021

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See who was spotted walking the laneways on the final day of Elders FarmFest 2021.


The Australian machinery market is buoyant, according to exhibitors on the final day of Elders FarmFest 2021.

Strong throughput was recorded at the gates throughout the three-day event, with visitors turning out in droves to inspect the range of products on offer.

New Holland Agriculture and Construction North Queensland business sales manager Damian Worth said they had received interest across their entire range.

"It's been right across the board; right from our small 25 horse power stuff right up to the 600-700 horse power units, as well as combines, we've had a lot of hay gear go through as well," Mr Worth said.

"We've had a really great couple of days here so it's been fantastic with our sales."

But machinery wasn't the only talking point at the event.

Suicide prevention organisation R U OK? attended FarmFest for the first time this year.

Dan Moore was one of the team manning the site and said they had been having great conversations with people about their mental health.


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