Tuesday, July 7th, 2015

Smoothie operators eye overseas market

Mango Madness is a smoothies business focused on providing healthier drink options. After five years they are looking to now expand overseas.

Sam Kaipo and Chantel Matthews brought their smoothies to Fieldays. Photo: Te Rina Owen
Patrick Roskam with his winning invention the Gudgeon Pro 5 in 1 tool. Photo: Supplied.

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Making gate hanging easy

Patrick Roskam is back at Fieldays for third time, and he’s now ready to sell his product.

For Ag Attachments wholesale sales executive Martin Gray, Fieldays is all about explaining what the machines do, talking to contractors and dealers. Photo: Adam Edwards

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Show and sell for exhibitors

Fieldays is a time of year where farmers and townies alike flock from all over the country to Mystery Creek in the hope of picking up some great deals. But what’s the week like for the exhibitors? Christopher Reive speaks to a clothing retailer and a machinery wholesaler to find out.

LATEST COLUMNS

Who cares if it is wet?

The prediction is for a wet Fieldays – but that won’t stop the punters, writes guest columnist Kingsley Field

Isuzu has got the traction – Best site experience award

Isuzu beat off stiff competition in the motor vehicle market to win their award

Sun shines for Niwa site in awards

After 30 years at Fieldays, Niwa has an exhibition site to boast about.

Award decades in the making for Makita

Makita pulled off their first award in 36 years at Fieldays

Korea shows flair

First time exhibitors display international potential and win award for their efforts.

Seminars aimed to educate the farmers

Fieldays isn’t just an opportunity for companies and inventors to get farmers’ attention, it’s also a chance for farmers to get information that will help them run their business.

Motoring to the top

Bark and running water set an earthy tone in award winning exhibit.

Taste of the South wins

Jared Mcdonald’s Texas Petes Authentic Southern Barbeque wins Best Food Vendor, for its first appearance at Fieldays this year.

University of Waikato site at Fieldays wins the interactive display award

The University of Waikato has won the Best Premiere Feature Theme award for Fieldays 2015. Reporter Shontelle Cargill asks them why they think they won.


2015 FIELDAYS EXHIBITORS

Print Editions of 2015 Fieldays Exhibitors

You can check out the 2015 Fieldays Exhibitor from Issuu.com

THE LIGHT SIDE

Men in aprons serve tea and scones

High tea served by rural bachelors gave a change of scenery at this Fieldays, Brooke Bath watched on.

The Rural Bachelors with their lucky dates

“If you can't get up in the mornings, don't work here. If you aren't a morning person don't apply”

Dushyant Parmar | LIC site

Patrick Roskam with his winning invention the Gudgeon Pro 5 in 1 tool. Photo: Supplied.

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Making gate hanging easy

Patrick Roskam is back at Fieldays for third time, and he’s now ready to sell his product.

“If you can't get up in the mornings, don't work here. If you aren't a morning person don't apply”

Dushyant Parmar | LIC site

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