Farmers Weekly Awards celebrates the very best of British farming by recognising the rewarding innovation, hard work and passion for agriculture. There are nineteen categories spanning the full breadth of the farming industry, now in its fourteenth year it has become a highlight in the farming social calendar
Farm Succession Planning offers the whole farming family the chance to learn how to approach this difficult subject and how to approach this all-important process. The one-day conference will provide a full agenda with panel discussions, breakout sessions, networking and more where you can speak freely among peers.
Soils in Practice returns for a one-day conference providing a platform for those in the agricultural industry to discuss the latest advances in soil fertility and best practice in soil management. The day will bring together experts and industry professionals from across the UK to help farmers take some of the practical steps towards soil health.
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.
Poultry Health Management is back for another year at Holywell Park Conference Centre, Loughborough on 20 November, bringing the poultry farming community together to discuss key issues with both broiler and egg producers through panel discussions, exhibition and case studies.
Farmers Apprentice aims to help young people from all walks of life get a foot on to the farming ladder. Ten young apprentices will be selected with a range of skills and interested in agriculture to take part in a bootcamp which will announce the winner on the Farmers Weekly YouTube channel in November.
Register for this Farmers Weekly event covering the technology and data developments in the arable and livestock sectors to help farmers make better decisions on farm and improve crop yields and stock welfare.
Take the next step in promoting healthier cattle and improving productivity with our practical workshops for cattle farmers. The next workshop, in Cumbria, is on rearing heifer replacements and using genomics.