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Field-Focused Learning: Dive Into RCS’s Keep In Touch (KIT) Days for Practical Insights and Community Collaboration.

Keep in Touch (KIT) Days

What's it all about?

Join one of our RCS Keep In Touch Days for a dynamic shared learning experience. Hosted on farms throughout Australia, these hands-on, interactive sessions are designed for individuals eager to connect, discuss, and gain insights into vital regional issues.

Guided by our expert advisors, each Keep In Touch Day unfolds in a comfortable, real-world environment—be it a farm shed or a paddock. These gatherings are orchestrated to spark meaningful conversations and introduce innovative ideas and knowledge.

Whether you’re just starting out in the industry or are a seasoned professional, these peer-to-peer learning opportunities promise immense value. Bring along your water, lunch, and a chair, and prepare to delve into a day filled with discovering solutions, building networks, and exploring groundbreaking concepts.

Terry McCosker | Founder

Discover the unmatched value of RCS Keep In Touch Days - Open to Everyone


RCS Keep In Touch (KIT) Days are not just events, but gateways to a wealth of knowledge and community connection. We adopt an inclusive, all-welcome policy, encouraging hosts and attendees to bring along neighbours, staff, family, and friends, fostering a strong community spirit. Here’s what you can expect at a KIT Day.

In-Depth Learning in a Relaxed Setting

Delve into strategic, real-world agricultural issues in an informal yet insightful environment, be it a paddock or a shed.

Holistic Insights

Revisit and explore the integrated principles of land management, livestock, crops, people, and business practices, all tailored to specific, real-life situations.

Practical Demonstrations

Witness first-hand how RCS principles are effectively applied in land and production systems, possibly similar to your own.

Community Engagement and Learning

Engage with your local agricultural community to share knowledge, learn from others, and workshop strategies to tackle unique regional challenges and opportunities.

It's so easy to book. Simply select your KIT Day and you're done.

Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve compiled a list of common questions and their answers to provide you with quick and informative solutions.

If you can’t find the information you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to reach out to our dedicated support team for further assistance. Australia Wide Free Call 1800 356 004.

9:30 am Smoko (tea and coffee provided)

10:00 am Introduction to the farm by the host

10:20 am Facilitated discussion

12:30 pm Lunch (BYO lunch, chair and water)

1:30 pm Farm tour and discussion

4:00 pm Wrap up and finish

Regardless of whether you’ve previously participated in RCS courses, our KIT Days are open to all with an interest in the agricultural sector. These days are crafted to be inclusive and enriching for everyone involved in or curious about agriculture.

Host a RCS Keep In Touch Day: Transform Your Agribusiness with Collective Expertise

Elevate your agribusiness by hosting a RCS Keep In Touch Day on your property. This unique opportunity allows you to address real-life agricultural challenges through the collective wisdom of industry peers and experts. Embrace the power of shared knowledge, as we believe in the old adage: “A problem shared is a problem halved,” or in this case, more likely solved with the wealth of input available.

Our expert RCS facilitators lead these sessions, ensuring a stress-free experience for you as a host. You won’t need to handle technical queries or guide discussions. This is an invaluable chance for agricultural professionals at any stage of their journey to gain from innovative ideas and collaborative problem-solving.

As a Keep In Touch Day host, here’s what you’ll need to do:

  1. Venue Provision: Offer a suitable space, like a verandah, shed, or garden, where attendees can comfortably place their chairs.
  2. Information Sharing: Introduce your agribusiness by sharing insights about your property, operations, and any relevant data. Photos, production statistics, and financial records are encouraged to enhance the session’s effectiveness.
  3. Agenda Contribution: Suggest topics for discussion, such as challenges you’ve recently encountered or specific advice you’re seeking.
  4. Catering Flexibility: Allow participants to bring their own food and beverages, as catering services are not required.


Hosting a Keep In Touch Day is not just an event, but a strategic step in growing your agribusiness through community engagement, expert guidance, and shared learning. Take advantage of this opportunity to have your unique challenges addressed and learn from the collective experience of the agricultural community.

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Terry McCosker Founder of RSC Australia and the popular Grazing For Profit School. Terry is picture working with course participants of soil health and farm management principles.

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