By FWi staff

DO you know which way to turn for the best when it comes to re-shaping your farming business?

Are you confused by the mixed messages about how to make more money from the existing enterprises on your farm, the role of diversification and how to achieve the right balance between on-farm and non-farm income?

To help answer those questions FARMERS WEEKLY has joined forces with NatWest Bank and the Central Science Laboratory in York which researches alternative crops and countryside management.

Venues and Sponsors
Date Venue Sponsor
25 September Royal Welsh Showground, Builth Wells, Powys Royal Welsh Agricultural Society
15 October Newton Rigg Agricultural College, Penrith By kind permission of the college
30 October Bath and West Showground, Shepton Mallet, Somerset The Royal Bath and West of England Society
6 November Central Science Laboratories, York
13 November Seale-Hayne College, Newton Abott, Devon
20 November Newark Showground, Nottinghamshire Newark and Nottingham Agricultural Society
27 November Shuttleworth College, Old Warden, Bedfordshire
 

Seven seminars across England and Wales, each with a regional flavour, will provide detailed analysis of a range of market opportunities.

Advice will be available from expert speakers who will assess the business opportunities and threats.

A key feature at each seminar will be business forums where local and some national organisations will explain how they can help your farming business not only survive, but thrive in the years ahead.

So, if you want to benefit from a wealth of top business advice, all for just 7.50/day, including lunch, dont miss this valuable opportunity.