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 Apprentice coming soon to the Farmers Weekly YouTube channel, a number of webinars that you can watch and join us live for the “What does the future of farming look like post Covid-19 and Brexit” webinar.

Upcoming events

Farmers Apprentice

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SEPTEMBER
30

What does the future of farming look like post Covid-19 and Brexit?

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OCTOBER
21

Soils in Practice

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NOVEMBER
11

Future Farm Technology Expo 2020

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Webinars and online events

Missed one of our live online events? You can catch up on our previous webinars and live Q&As, including our Ask the Breeder series on crop health and expert advice on managing your farm business in the face of coronavirus.
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Farmers Weekly Awards

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If you would like to be commercially involved in our events please visit our media centre for more information.

Events news

NEWS

Take part in Online Farm Sunday with schedule now confirmed

Farmers are being encouraged to take part in Online Farm Sunday, organised by Linking Environment And Farming (Leaf), with the schedule for the two-day virtual event now confirmed. Organisers want farmers…

AWARDS

FW Awards: Arable Adviser of the Year finalists 2020

A tight field of entries means just two agronomists are battling it out for the biggest prize in arable advice. At different stages of their careers, they both go the…

ROYAL HIGHLAND SHOW

£2m donations needed to help save the Royal Highland Show

Organisers of the Royal Highland Show in Scotland have launched a major fundraising campaign to try to plug a £6m hole in the budget, brought about by the cancellation of…

NEWS

Online agricultural show returns with harvest celebration

Organisers of the Greatest Online Agricultural Show have announced they will be back with a second offering this autumn. More than 5,000 people visited the inaugural show, which was held…

FARMLIFE

Farmers Apprentice 2020 finalists: Who made it through?

Coming from a huge range of backgrounds – and with a diverse range of skills and attributes – here are the 10 finalists who will battle it out at what’s…

EVENTS

Farmers Apprentice first as bootcamp goes on farm

Leadership skills, common sense and passion are just three of the attributes that top farmer Robert Neill will be looking for in this year’s Farmers Apprentice finalists.  The shortlisted contestants…

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