Farming events from Farmers Weekly

Farmers Weekly live events are back. Working in the post-Covid-19 world, we continue to focus on the primary requirements of health and safety protocols.

Please see below the timeline showing the upcoming events. We aim to ensure our events continue to offer a stimulating and thought-provoking experience for you. Our experts are focused on sharing the knowledge and skills you need for productive and regenerative farming.

You can watch on-demand our popular webinars and check out our new Transition initiative aimed at securing a sustainable future for your farm business.

Featured and upcoming events


Business Clinic: Family farm question time

In this live webinar our panel of experts will answer your questions and give advice on common areas of problems, with both farming and non-farming enterprises in mind. Typical issues they will focus on include: disputes; decision making; and misunderstandings in the areas of legal, management and insurance.
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Transition Summit – The pathway to productivity

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Webinar: Landowner-led development

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Transition Summits

Transition Summit series

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Transition Summit: Starting your journey

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Transition Summit: The road to net zero

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Ask the... Land promoter

In episode 4, and the final webinar of the Ask the… Land Promoter Series, the panel from Rosconn Strategic Land, share some of their abundant experience as they walk you through the entire journey of Land promotion including:

  • Promotion agreements explained
  • How to know if your land has potentinal for development
  • Preparing your land for sale
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Ask the…Grain market expert


Ask the...Land Promoter - How do I prepare my land for sale?

Selling your land can be hugely stressful but with some knowledge of the system and help from a land agent, you can achieve a lucrative profit for your property. In episode 3 of the Ask the… Land Promoter series, experts from Rosconn Strategic Land share some of their 16+ years of experience in selling a wide variety of land parcels. Watch our webinar for practical advice on how to get your land ready to be sold, whether you are about to sell or thinking about putting your land on the market in future.

Business Clinic: Diversification

A new enterprise is both exciting and challenging. Those who have already diversified often say that it’s a case of planning, planning and more planning. That covers planning permission, planning the business structure, researching the market, how you will in turn market the venture and recruit the right staff. This webinar will help put you on the right track with expert advice from Farmers Weekly’s Business Clinic partners.

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Events news


Climate change impact must be part of trade rules, says US

A new system of trade regulation is needed to ensure that environmental protection, as well as food safety, is properly accounted for in future trade deals, according to US trade…


Omicron spread hits AgriScot and Dairy-Tech events

Two key farming events have been hit by the Covid-19 pandemic as cases of the Omicron variant continue to mount. Both one-day events, Agriscot and Dairy-Tech, were scheduled to take…


OFC 2022: Event goes virtual over Omicron concerns

Directors of the Oxford Farming Conference (OFC) have announced the cancellation of next month’s 76th annual conference in person amid concerns about the spread of the Omicron variant. The event…


Lamma postponed and Semex cancelled due to Covid-19

The 2022 Lamma show has been postponed until next spring amid rising cases of Covid-19. In a statement, the organisers said the show will be moved from 11-12 January to…


Royal Highland organisers plan full show for bicentenary

Royal Highland Show organisers are optimistic that next year’s bicentenary event will be as full and normal as possible – despite lingering concerns over Covid-19 and the Omicron variant. The…

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