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Agribusiness events at the Royal Melbourne Show

Youth In Ag – Saturday 17 September 7:30pm-9:00pm

Youth In Agriculture   

Come along to the Youth in Ag function, held on the opening night of the 2016 Royal Melbourne Show. This is the perfect opportunity to catch up with friends and meet other young ag professionals, at the Stockman’s Lounge in The Weekly Times Livestock Pavilion.

For only $20 you have the opportunity to sample Victorian produce, enjoy live music and a complimentary drink, along with entry into the Royal Melbourne Show and the chance to share in door prizes to the value of $400!

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Agribusiness Leaders Luncheon, Thursday 23 September, 12:00pm-3:00pm

Agribusiness Leaders Luncheon   

The Agribusiness Leaders Luncheon and the presentation of RASV’s Emerging Leader in Victorian Agriculture Awards provides a platform for thought leadership, is an excellent industry networking opportunity, and showcases some of Victoria’s finest seasonal produce and wine.

Advancing excellence in Victorian and Australian agriculture, the event this year welcomes Guest Speaker Mr Jack Jiang, Managing Director, Tabro Meats.

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Women in Food and Agriculture Luncheon, Friday 24 September, 12:00-3:00pm

Women In Food and Agriculture   

Indulge in the delicious culinary delights of celebrated Chef, Jerry Mai of Pho Nom at the 2016 Women in Food and Agriculture Lunch.

Jerry will create the event’s bespoke menu, featuring locally grown produce by some of Victoria’s best female producers from Warialda Belted Galloway Beef, Bundarra Berkshires Pork, Yapunyah Meadow Grazed Chicken, Faranda Farms, Myrrhee Premium Boer Goats, Two Birds Brewing and Sutton Grange.

Celebrate the fabulous women, chefs, producers and makers who contribute to Victoria’s agrifood and fibre industry and share experiences with like-minded women, for a relaxed and fun afternoon hosted by food writer and author Hilary McNevin.

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