Henty Machinery Field Days | Rolling Coverage

3PM UPDATE:

Take a look at some of the highlights from the past few days of the field days in our highlights gallery here.

Siblings Jack and Ellie Ross, "Alanfield", Tooma.

Siblings Jack and Ellie Ross, "Alanfield", Tooma.

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Drone demonstrations have been running throughout the field days. Check out this video of a drone in action:

Elsewhere on the site Lance Tucker, of Forest Hill, demonstrates blacksmithing:

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Angie Polglaze has been carving up a storm at the field days.

The sculptor can carve almost anything from a block of wood - horses, magpies, dolphins, even dragons – and all with a chainsaw. Full story here.

The third and final day of the Henty Machinery Field Days is kicking off.

A cloudy day is on the cards, with a 20 per cent chance of a shower forecast.

Daytime temperatures are expected to hit about 17 degrees.

The carpark is looking muddy after yesterday’s rain:

What’s happening online:

DAY TWO HIGHLIGHTS

STORIES: 

The Australian Travelling Fishing Show is a free bit of entertainment for the curious at the Henty Machinery Field Days. Read more here.

A contraption to feed out silage and hay has been awarded the Agri-Innovators prize at the Henty Machinery Field Days. Read more and see the video here.

PHOTOS and VIDEO:

The wet weather is continuing at the field days site with cars now having to be moved before they get flooded in! The creek behind the lifestyle building is rising and cars are being evacuated. 

The Scots School Albury's band has been entertaining visitors to the field days.

Elsewhere on the field day site the Australian Army Band, Kapooka, has been punching out some funky beats!

Cling wrap's true versatility is on show at Henty. With a chance of thunderstorms predicted this afternoon the field day crew are planning ahead... Let's see how it holds up! 

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DAY ONE HIGHLIGHTS:

Mya Player, 7, Maisey Player, 5, and Tilly Player, 8, from Wooragee, Victoria. Photo: Kieren L Tilly

Mya Player, 7, Maisey Player, 5, and Tilly Player, 8, from Wooragee, Victoria. Photo: Kieren L Tilly

Check out these photos from day one. Click here.

Conditions were damp underfoot and overcast, but the crowd on the first day of the annual Henty Machinery Field Days was in line with expectations. Read more here

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Take a walk around the Henty field day site:

1PM UPDATE:

Check out the The Australian Army Band, Kapooka, performing at the Henty Machinery Field Days.

EARLIER:

Henty Machine of the Year Award winner Charlie Webb, "Lakeside", Urana, flanked by his wife, Tana, and daughter, Josephine.

Henty Machine of the Year Award winner Charlie Webb, "Lakeside", Urana, flanked by his wife, Tana, and daughter, Josephine.

The Henty Machine of the Year award was announced this morning. Read more here.

Watch Urana mixed farmer Charlie Webb take us through the winning machine:

The official opening:

Day one of the Henty Machinery Field Days has kicked off.

More than 1200 sites have set up across the 105-hectare site with more than 60,000 expected to walk through the gates across the three days.

Not sure what to see at the field days?

The Lifestyle pavilion will be hosting a series of  talks and demonstrations. Click here for more.

Grain growers will be able to inspect 22 wheat varieties at the field days. Click here for more.

While dog lovers can check out the  Exelpet/Pedigree Sheep and Yard Dog Trials. Click here for more.

Got tired feet and too many shopping bags? This could help you out.

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