Farming events from Farmers Weekly

Farmers Weekly live events are back. Working in the post-Covid-19 world, we continue to focus on the primary requirements of health and safety protocols.

Please see below the timeline showing the upcoming events. We aim to ensure our events continue to offer a stimulating and thought-provoking experience for you. Our experts are focused on sharing the knowledge and skills you need for productive and regenerative farming.

You can watch on-demand our popular webinars and check out our new Transition initiative aimed at securing a sustainable future for your farm business.

If you would like to be commercially involved in our events please visit our media centre for more information.

Featured and upcoming events


Alternative land uses: Woodland creation

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Carbon stacking: What you need to know

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Transition webinar: Diversification vs specialisation?

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Recent events

Transition webinar: Precision farming and technology

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Private money for public goods

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Turn spare-land into a self-storage business

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Family farming partnerships

This Business Clinic webinar offers advice and information on what to consider when setting up a family partnership, including:

  • Bringing in a new member
  • What happens when a partner retires or dies
  • Having the right written agreement in place
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Measuring success – improving farm business performance

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Transition webinars

See all of our Transition webinars for advice on how to navigate the changes you need to make to your farm business to benefit from the changes to agricultural policy.
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See our back catalogue or essential webinars for advice on a huge range of farm business topics, including: succession, land market opportunities and diversification.
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Britain's Fittest Farmer 2024

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Events news


FW Awards 2024: Poultry Farmer of the Year finalists

Technical innovation and a desire to meet society’s wider needs are shared objectives for this year’s three exceptional finalists. Finalists David and Helen Brass – The Lakes Free Range Egg Company,…


Royal Welsh sees return of poultry after bird flu ban

A strong entry of sheep and a return of poultry to the 120th Royal Welsh Show for the first time in five years will enhance the livestock sections when the…


Game Fair 2024 farming exhibitors head to Blenheim Palace

The farming community is host to a number of brilliant and unique diversifications, and businesses with strong farming roots. Ahead of this year’s annual Game Fair, Farmers Weekly spoke to…


Farmers Weekly Awards 2024: Contractor of the Year finalists

Carefully calculated costings and ruthless efficiency are the two stand-out commonalities among this year’s Contractor of the Year finalists. Finalists JSE Systems – Wood Lodge, Lincolnshire ND Harper – Cross…


Groundswell: Regen supply chains – will farmers see rewards?

A collaborative approach from all stakeholders is required if regenerative farming principles are going to become embedded in supply chains, urged both a multinational food company and a leading retailer…


Why gene editing could help growers practising regen ag

Gene editing could help speed the widespread adoption of regenerative farming practices through introducing desirable traits into crop plants faster. This is according to Prof Giles Oldroyd, director of the…

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