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The PGA is a non-profit industry organisation in Western Australia which represents primary producers of wool, grain and meat & livestock.

PGA 2014 ANNUAL CONVENTION - 15 August

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Spaces are filling up quickly for this year’s Annual Convention, which is just over two weeks away!

 

This year’s PGA Convention promises to be one of the most engaging with presentations from leading commentators such as Dr Gary Johns, Australian Institute for Progress;  Senator Chris Back, Senator Dean Smith and Hon Terry Redman MLA, WA Minister for Lands; Lyndon Rowe, Chairman Economic Regulatory Authority; producer and live export advocate Peter Kane, Chairman Australian Live Exporters Association; Paul MacKenzie, Farm Consultant, Agrarian Management and Rory Coffey, Australian Forage Group on opportunities for diversification.

 

Two concurrent sessions will be held in the afternoon:
Session One - GM Forum where leading experts will give producers a timely update on the importance of this technology for the future of our industry; and

Session Two - The Future of the Pastoral Industry will provide pastoralists with an interactive session on the important issues affecting the pastoral industry.

 

To make sure you don’t miss out on what is the peak event in WA agriculture, you are encouraged to register before the end of next week - Friday 8 August.  Please find a registration form below.  The Agenda & Convention Information can be found under Events.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

  • STREET ADDRESS Ground Floor, 28-42 Ventnor Ave
    West Perth
    Western Australia 6005
  • POSTAL ADDRESS PO Box 889
    West Perth
    Western Australia 6872
  • PHONE (08) 9212 6900
  • FAX (08) 9485 0299