Innovation Hub at Henty

Go beyond the buzz words.

Real people making a real difference

Join our experts for a series of hay bale talks at Henty Machinery Field Days.
Find out how innovation will create the future of agriculture.

  • Tuesday 17 September 2019

    Boutique Wines by Charles Sturt University. Wine tasting each day from 11am - 3.00pm

    11:00am
    Michael Campbell
    Charles Sturt University
    Meating the future at CSU - meat science and meat judging

    Have you ever considered a career in meat science?  What is meat science?  Lets explore the exciting world of meat science, meat judging and how your degree at CSU can allow you to travel the world.
    11:30am CSU Livestock Show Team Meet the livestock show team and find out about tips and tricks of the trade
    Not open to the public Code Club Australia, Telstra, Agritech Incubator Telstra Code Club for school groups - learning how to code
    1:15pm Amiee Snowden, founder of  Little Brick Pastoral and Charles Sturt University alumna Increasing career aspiration in the wider agricultural industry and the variety of careers on offer in the sector

    Come and meet the LEGO® Farmer and learn how Aimee Snowden has forged a career in agricultural communications through freelance work from the family farm. Aimee will share the opportunities she has been lucky to have experienced, her aspirations for a thriving Australian agricultural industry, and the diversity of careers offered in an industry that feeds and clothes the world!
  • Wednesday 18 September 2019

    Boutique Wines by Charles Sturt University. Wine tasting each day from 11am - 3.00pm

    7:30amCharles Sturt Alumni Breakfast Networking and breakfast for alumni
    11:30amAgritech Incubator Alumni - Hay Bale Pitch
    • Sheridan Ingold
    • Brogan Finnerty (Founder, Chuck's Kitchen)
    • Dan Winson (Founder, Zetifi)
    1:00pm

    Jonathan Medway

    The Graham Centre

    The Future of Digital Agriculture

    This Graham Centre presentation will:

    • look back at the evolution of digital agriculture in Australia since the early 1990s, outline newly emerging and potential future applications and capability,
    • highlight current best practice for collecting analysing and using existing data and systems to improve crop and pasture management, and
    • outline the work the Graham Centre is undertaking or planning in relation to a wide range of spatial management in cropping, livestock and intensive agricultural systems.
    1:30pm

    Alison Southwell

    Charles Sturt University

    The new Bachelor of Agricultural Science

    Find out how the new Bachelor of Agricultural Science will prepare you for the future of Agriculture.  Alison Southwell will take you through the features of the new degree that focus on new technologies, agricultural practices and innovative ways that will make you job ready on graduation.

  • Thursday 19 September 2019

    Boutique Wines by Charles Sturt University. Wine tasting each day from 11am - 3.00pm

    11:00am Stephen Rutter - The Scale Institute Demystifying Innovation Workshop 

    This is an introductory workshop, aimed at regional female entrepreneurs, and provides an introduction to an entrepreneurial toolkit. Participants will engage in a structured & repeatable process to identify and define problems worth solving - and apply learning that introduces more critical thinking into opportunities.
    1:00pm Boutique Wines by Charles Sturt University The importance of wine research and its impact on the end product + wine tasting by Boutique Wines by Charles Sturt University

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The Innovation Hub is located at Site 564, Block N.

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