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. We will take the maximum precautions and comply to all the required measures including a full risk assessment that will be made available upon request at each event.
We do have a number of digital events that you can enjoy, including the Farmers Weekly Awards Show - five nights of exciting video hosted by Adam Henson, starting on 7 February and the next live webcast from our Ask the Breeder live Q&A webinar series on 16 February.
A week-long extravaganza, celebrating the farming heroes, achievements of 2020 and the winners of the Farmers Weekly Awards. Presented by Countryfile's Adam Henson over five nights, he'll be joined by a host of farming celebrities, including a special appearance by HRH Prince Charles.
The popular 'Ask the...Breeder' series returns to help you discover whether your current maize varieties are giving you the best return on investment. Limagrain specialists, Tim Richmond (maize product manager) and Richard Camplin (technical manager for maize and forage crops), will answer your questions and give advice including: cell wall digestibility; choosing the right variety; and meeting environmental requirements.
Basis points will be available for this session.
The ‘Ask the…’ interactive Q&A series has a brand new topic. Experts at Rosconn Strategic Land have come together to answer your queries on selling land. They will help you navigate the process so you can make informed decisions about the future of your land and your business. Join us for Ask the… Land Promoter series.
Join our panel of 4 farmers as they discuss their possible post-Brexit challenges and how vulnerable they feel in their sector, what they are experiencing first hand and what they are doing to mitigate the risk for their business. Find out what farmers can do to understand where they are right now and discover what knowledge farmers can access to make informed decisions about the future of their business.
The plan for the ELM scheme to be fully in place by 2024 is extremely ambitious, and due to the uncertainty and misinformation surrounding the scheme you might lose out if you don't start planning now. Watch the webinar to find out more about the changes you will need to make to qualify for the scheme and ensure you stay in control of your finances.
As we near the final hurdle in the EU/UK Brexit negotiations we are looking at the future of UK's trading relationship with the EU and the rest of the world. In this session we answer some of the most urgent questions that farmers have regarding trade and tariffs, looking at different outcomes for new and existing markets. Watch on demand.