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.


Recruiting and retaining migrant workers post-Brexit and beyond

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Upcoming webinars

Could pop up campsites be your next diversification?

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Ask the...Land Promoter

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The right trees in the right places

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Upcoming events

Farmers Weekly Awards 2021

Celebrating the farming heroes, achievements of 2021 and the winners of the Farmers Weekly Awards.
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Britain's Fittest Farmer

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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


Royal Highland income slashed by £4m due to coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic has led to a £4m drop in income for the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS), according to its latest accounts. A “no show” year…


8 strong Britain's Fittest Farmer 2021 entries so far

Farming men and women from right across the nation are signing up to take part in Farmers Weekly's 2021 Britain's Fittest Farmer competition. This hit health and wellbeing project is making…


Agritechnica delayed until end of February 2022

The biennial Agritechnica machinery show is the latest event to succumb to coronavirus pressures. Originally scheduled for November 2021, the DLG (German Agricultural Society) has made the call to delay…


Viability fears grow as more shows fall victim to Covid-19

It looks likely that some agricultural shows will not survive a second year of Covid-19 cancellations, as financial pressure grows on show societies that were already struggling. Following a fresh…


NSA cancels 2021 regional events due to coronavirus

The National Sheep Association (NSA) has cancelled its 2021 regional events due to ongoing uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The popular summer events in Wales, northern England, the South…


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…

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