Congress 2015

8th May 2016

Online entry system IFAJ-DeLaval Photo Contest open for submissions

You can now join the IFAJ-DeLaval Photo Contest and submit your entries electronically. Due to the implementation of this new system and the delay in getting […]
5th October 2015

Follow the Australia pre-tour action

You can follow all the action of the 2015 World Congress pre-tour in Australia, kicking off with a visit to Hartley’s crocodile farm on October 8. […]
18th September 2015

An epic 50,000km adventure for Markus

IFAJ president Markus Rediger might be excused for suffering a little jetlag after his visit “Down Under” in September-October. By the time he returns home to […]
3rd September 2015

Voting begins for the IFAJ-DeLaval Star Prize for Photography People’s Choice Award

Voting for the IFAJ-DeLaval Star Prize for Photography People’s Choice Award is now open at the IFAJ website. Voting for the People’s Choice Contest is open […]
3rd July 2015

Hot Tropics – Farming Australia’s far North

IFAJ Cairns | Pre-Congress tour – October 8-12th 2015. JUST 100 days and counting until the IFAJ pre-congress ‘Hot Tropics’ tour kicks off in beautiful Far […]
3rd July 2015

Come and see! IFAJ Congress in New Zealand

New Zealand is an island nation at the bottom of the world which is unique among developed countries for having export agriculture as the biggest driver […]
20th April 2015

Registrations for Congress 2015 are open!

Greetings from the Congress 2015 planning team in New Zealand, where autumn suddenly arrived in the past week – snow, wind, hail, rain, thunder and lightning! […]
31st March 2015

Greetings from New Zealand, home of Congress 2015!

The planned ‘go-live’ date for registrations for Congress 2015 has been delayed for a couple of weeks, as we put the final touches to the arrangements, […]
30th March 2015

Cairns pre-tour opening early April

Final arrangements are being made for the IFAJ World Congress pre-tour, Hot Tropics in Cairns, northern Australia. Registration opening will coincide with the New Zealand Congress […]