Exhibitors brave the cold and flock to FarmFest 2022 | Photos

Faces from day three of FarmFest 2022

Kate and Paul Gollan, Paul Gollan Saddlery, Toowoomba.

FROSTY and chilly conditions did not deter exhibitors from flocking to the final day of FarmFest 2022 in Toowoomba.

Everything from irrigation equipment, machinery and the latest developments in agtech were on display at the annual event.

Exhibitors from across the state and across the country gathered to display there goods as thousands flocked through the gates across the three days.

Countless exhibitors hosted demonstrations of their products, which often wowed passers by and attracted plenty of interest.

The temperature may have struggled to crack double digits and the ground was covered with frost, but it could not deter punters from flocking through the gates to see the latest from all corners of the industry.

Andrew Dudgeon, Tuff Ass Machinery, Lismore and Josey Neylon, Silo Sealing and Waterproofing, Sunshine Coast.

Taylah Brice and Dan Kendrick, Global Roto Mouldings, Halidon.

Udi David Stern, Terry Regan and Erez Cohen, N Drip, Toowoomba.

Gary Walker, Kevin Biddle, Gregg Johnston and Jeff Bidgood, Pacific Petroleum Toowoomba.

Michael Thompson, Ray Beavis and Reg Evans, Monsoon Irrigators Australia, Coffs Harbour.

Matthew Pitt, Paul Upton and Martin Porte, Upton Engineering, Gayndah.

Lyle Kennett, New Holland, Aaron Lubbers, Brisvegas Machinery and Nic Bradley, New Holland.

Munro Underwood, National Ag, Moree, Campbell Underwood, Precision Agriculture, Wagga Wagga and Colin Underwood, National Ag, Moree.

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