The Farmers Weekly Diversification event brings you a day full of key individuals and experts in their fields to share their knowledge, stories and advice. This is an opportunity for you to source information and advice on funding, grants, planning, new products, new services, new ideas, troubleshooting, business tips, marketing tools, networking, inspiring keynote sessions, like-minded professionals, potential partnerships and much more.
The only event in the UK dedicated exclusively to smart agricultural technology across all farming sectors. Future Farm Technology Expo will showcase technologies (hardware and software) used in agriculture to help both small and large farms improve productivity and manage operations.
This event is a chance to discuss the various factors influencing OSR growth in the UK, hear best practice advice from the country’s top OSR growers and industry experts and your discuss the challenges with farmer peers, all in a farm setting.
Ag Careers Live is a showcase for some of the most exciting and rewarding education and career opportunities in food and farming. It brings together leading academic institutions and some of the sector’s most dynamic companies, all looking to recruit new talent, either through open vacancies or apprenticeship opportunities.
The Farmers weekly Awards entries are now open. Join Farmers Weekly in celebrating the farming industry and recognising the hard work of UK farmers. Enter the awards today.
There are 14 categories that you can enter one or more for free. Visit the categories page for a short description of each award.
In addition to the 14 categories, the Farmer of the Year Award is selected by Farmers Weekly, Farm Innovator selected by the judges from the finalists and the Supplier of the Year selected by anyone and the finalists. The Awards also take nominations for the Lifetime achievement Award and Farming Champion from anyone.
Fertile Minds Conference helps you to further your career in farming with the focus on business planning and farm diversification. If you are a business-driven young farmer or an individual wanting to start your career in agriculture, then this is the right place for you. You will also have the opportunity to meet your peers and question experts about your plans.
Farmers Weekly’s Arable Horizons examines some of the most exciting and innovative research fields that are set to revolutionise UK agriculture over the next two decades and beyond. The event will focus on new precision-based sprayer technologies, with up-to-date guidance on best practice in spray application and pesticide stewardship.
Farmers Apprentice aims to help young people from all walks of life get a foot on to the farming ladder. Ten young apprentices are selected with a range of skills and interested in agriculture to take part in a bootcamp which finds the ultimate winner.
Soils in Practice brings together experts and industry professionals from across the UK agricultural sector, providing a platform to discuss the latest advances in boosting soil fertility and best practice in soil management.
Soils in Practice brings together experts and industry professionals from across the UK agricultural sector, providing a platform to discuss the latest advances in boosting soil fertility and best practice in soil management