Farming events from Farmers Weekly

We continue to monitor the advice issued by the Government and Public Health England to see how we can run physical events while adhering to the guidelines to ensure both staff and attendees are safe.

In light of the latest roadmap, we are excited to work towards bringing live events back later this year, however, in the meantime, we have a collection of digital events and webinars that are readily available for you to enjoy.

You can catch up on the FW Awards show, Brexit series, Ask the Breeder sessions and all of our recent webinars right here and on our YouTube channel.

We invite you to check in regularly as we continue to stream events live and online.

Upcoming events


Business Clinic: Diversification


Ask the...Land Promoter - How do I prepare my land for sale?

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Britain's Fittest Farmer

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How to best plan your farming retirement and pension


Webinar: Could pop up campsites be your next diversification?

With an incredibly difficult year behind us and hope on the horizon, many farmers are looking to diversify their businesses as a way to help recoup lost revenue. But what options are available to you with limited time and resources? Experts from, a booking platform for over 3,000 campsites and 800+ farms, will be discussing how landowners are earning up to £80k per year with a temporary campsite.

Recruiting and retaining migrant workers post-Brexit and beyond

Make sure you are employing your staff legally with our employment webinar. We explain who is eligible to apply for residency via the EU Settlement Scheme and how employers can get the correct paperwork and process in place before the deadline on 30 June 2021. Our expert speakers will also discuss the challenges around sponsoring migrant workers and applying for skilled worker visas

Webinar: The right trees in the right places

Planting the right trees in the right places can offer environmental benefits and give you opportunities to diversify. This webinar and panel discussion, sponsored by Lloyds bank will give you insight into how farmers across the UK are reaping the benefits of subsidised tree-planting through the Woodland Trust’s MORE woods and MORE hedges scheme.

Farmers Weekly Awards 2021

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Brexit webinars

Farmer to farmer: Tackling the biggest challenges post Brexit

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From BPS to ELM – Get ready for the changes coming to farm support

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Global Britain – What is the trading outlook for agriculture post Brexit?

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Events news


Farmers Weekly Awards: Mixed Farmer finalists 2021

This year’s finalists all show a passion for sustainable farming practices, seeking the perfect balance of arable and livestock farming and complementary diversifications. The  finalists: The Carlisle family Rowles Farm,…


FW Awards: 2021 Beef Farmer of the Year

A pedigree, commercial and dairy beef unit went head-to-head. Each showed impressive cost control, engagement with stakeholders and consumers and optimal, rather than maximal, output. See also: Farmers Weekly Awards:…


FW Awards: 2021 Diversification of the Year finalists

Innovation and bold decision-making, coupled with enthusiasm and unrivalled knowledge of their businesses, are the hallmarks of this year’s Diversification finalists. See also: Farmers Weekly Awards: Diversification finalists 2020 The…


FW Awards: 2021 Contractor of the Year finalists

This year’s Contractor of the Year finalists may be separated by hundreds of miles and operate in different markets, but they all share three key qualities – innovation, enthusiasm and…


Poll: Will you attend ‘live’ shows amid Covid?

The coronavirus pandemic has decimated the UK agricultural shows calendar for a second year in a row, with big-name casualties including Lamma and the Royal Welsh Show. But following a…


Cereals 2021: Two wheat varieties succumb to septoria strains

Winter wheat varieties Firefly and Saki are showing susceptibility to certain strains of septoria, and wheat growers will likely have to increase their fungicide spend to keep the disease under…

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