The NSA Sheep 2012 event, now just a few days away on 4 July, will be hosting a range of seminars with a focus on sustainable intensification.
Particpants include Farmers Weekly’s Sarah Tricket, presenting our sheep lameness campaign - Stamp out Lameness, the government’s chief scientist, Sir John Beddington and SCOPS’ Lesley Stubbings.
See the Sheep 2012 schedule of seminars below.
|1100||Parasites – what’s the latest in control|
SCOPS’ Lesley Stubbings
|Charollais Sheep Society’s Carroll Barber|
|1130||Five steps to beating lameness||Pfizer’s Andrew Montgomery MRCVS||Farmers Weekly’s Sarah Trickett|
Sustainable intensification – what does it mean for sheep?
The big debate
Sustainability – can sheep deliver?
Sir John Beddington
Farmer, John Geldard
Marketeer, Rizvhan Khalid
New entrant, Sion Williams
|EBLEX’s Dr Liz Genever|
The technical seminar
Producing more from less – making it happen
Nuffield scholar, Catherine Nakielny
Geneticist, Ian McDougal
Grassland consultant, Charlie Morgan
Natural England’s Will Cockbain
|The Moredun’s Dr Julie Fitzpatrick|
The grass roots debate
Food + profit = environment?
|Farmers, Adrian Dalby and Robert|
|NSA’s Phil Stocker|
|1500||Maximising forage||Caltech’s Roy Firth||ADAS’s Kate Phillips|
|1530||New feeding opportunities for sheep||Agri’s Neil Woolf||McCartneys’ Jenny Layton-Mills|
|1600||Lamb market update and maximising its potential||Randall Parker Food’s Phil Hambling||NFYFC|
For more on the NSA Sheep 2012 event see our Sheep 2012 page