PRIMEX: Setting up shop in Casino.
PRIMEX: Setting up shop in Casino. Cathy Adams

What's on at Primex starting today

Ongmac Trading exhibit: Hosting the Kubota "Nerves of Steel" competition. Excavator operators will put their skills and nerves to the test in this fingernail- biting display of control and judgement. Plus a "ride and drive" area with a new range of John Deere mowers and tractors on display.

The Lifestyle Arcade: Family-friendly general interest stalls are always a feature for the many farming families who visit Primex.

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Tow and Fert: Being able to treat your stock and soil at the same time is a rarity, but the Tow and Fert is a machine that can do just that. The Tow and Fert is an integral part of managing two areas of a profitable farming operation easily and effectively; soil and pasture management and animal health management.

Beyondblue: Volunteers Charlie and Barb Nichols have driven a beyondblue Winnebago to Primex this year as well as field days across Victoria, NSW and Queensland to offer beyondblue's free information resources about mental health and staying well.

Brisvegas Machinery: Now represents Kobelco in Queensland and Northern NSW, and will showcase its new range of Kobelco products for the first time at this year's Primex.

Entry: Adult, Pensioner, Child 15+: $10 / Children 10-14: $5 / Children under 10: Free / Family: $25 / School Groups: $5



Nimbin Show kicks off with prime conditions

Nimbin Show kicks off with prime conditions

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Tragedy struck this young family

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