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. 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.

You can also watch all of our recent webinars and catch up on the Apprentice series on our YouTube channel.


Ask the… Grain market expert

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Planning Your Farming Future

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Ask the... Breeder - Maize

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Farmers Weekly Awards Show

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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


NFU Live: £2m campaign to give UK food exports a push

Farmers are being urged to “seize the opportunities” offered by emerging markets beyond Europe, and are being offered additional government support to help them do so. Announcing a new £2m…


Farmers Weekly Awards 2020: Farmer of the Year

Peter Eccles, Saughland Farm, Pathhead, Midlothian  Enthusiasm, energy and a clear vision, combined with a search for top-notch productivity and technical improvement, make Peter Eccles a remarkable farmer. He has…


FW Awards 2020: Farm Environmental Champion of the Year

Esther and Henry Rudge, Ballingham Court, Herefordshire As custodians of the countryside, farmers play an essential role in the sustainable management of land, natural resources and wildlife habitats. Protecting and…


Farmers Weekly Awards 2020: Farm Innovator of the Year

Tim Parton, Brewood Park Farm, West Midlands Tim Parton is a regenerative agriculture pioneer whose main aim is to get his soils working again and harness biology within his cropping…


Farmers Weekly Awards 2020: Mixed Farmer of the Year

Esther and Henry Rudge, Ballingham Court, Herefordshire Esther and Henry Rudge show a strong aptitude for business, actively looking for new opportunities that will benefit their diverse farming unit. This,…


Farmers Weekly Awards 2020: Farming Champion

Abi Reader, Vale of Glamorgan All Abi Reader's hard work, contact-building and public engagement really came to fruition in terms of flying the flag for farming in 2020. The Welsh…

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