THERE will be plenty of activity at the Berry Showground this Friday and Saturday as the annual Berry Small Farm Field Days are staged.
Hosted by the Rotary Club of Berry, the event is set to attract huge crowds.
Last year was the first time Berry had held a field day for more than five years.
Supported by the Southern Rivers Catchment Management Authority, Berry turned on beautiful spring weather with around 2000 people attending.
Strongly supported by 90 exhibitors, the event had a good display of the latest farming equipment, machinery and supplies as well as everything you could want for your farm – trees, water tanks, solar solutions as well as fashion parades, jewellery, entertainment, demonstrations and good old-fashioned country fun.
This year a number of displays and exhibits will be on show.
Crowds can check out small farm machinery and equipment displays, farm animals, demonstrations, talks and information, garden and farm equipment and landscape supplies, trees, shrubs and flowers, professional advice on pastures and weeds, fencing, cattle yards, water tanks, mowers, tools, bikes, quad bikes and a variety of local produce and services.
There will also be a fashion parade, including jewellery, and children’s entertainment.
The Berry Small Farm Field Days will be held from 8.30am to 4pm on Friday and 8.30am to 3pm on Saturday.
Entry is $8 per person, while children under 15 get in for free.