Agrivision – latest

7 December 2001

Agrivision – latest coverage

5/6 December, 2001; NAC Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire

  • Farmers must co-operate – Haskins
    7 December 2001
    LORD HASKINS has urged UK farmers to co-operate and integrate with the food chain to increase their share of consumer spending.

  • Farmers fervour for IT tools
    7 December 2001
    TOOLS that bring the farm office into the tractor have been welcomed by farmers taking part in a ground-breaking new IT project.

  • Auction marts – Use them or lose them
    6 December 2001
    RED-MEAT producers have been warned to support auction markets and help them to change – or risk losing them.

  • Next years grain crop biggest ever
    6 December 2001
    THE UK could be heading for a record wheat crop of over 18 million tonnes for 2002, according to a leading grain merchant.

  • Farm trade heading for a crunch
    6 December 2001
    FARM suppliers are failing to react to increasing economic pressure and could be “heading for a crunch”, according to the Anderson Centre.

  • Outlook for 2002 grim – Andersons
    6 December 2001
    THE current state of the industry is grim, and prospects for 2002 are not much better, according to farm consultants Andersons.

  • Fewer than expected at Agrivision
    6 December 2001
    THE opening day of the Agrivision event about farmings future was quieter than expected, with some exhibitors disappointed at the low turnout.

  • Budget planning help at Agrivision
    5 December 2001
    BUDGET planning system ABC Quickplanner is on show at Agrivision at the National Agricultural Centre, Stoneleigh on 5-6 December.

  • Arable IT focus at Agrivision
    4 December 2001
    TECHNOLOGY is set to take centre stage at the Agrivision event at Stoneleigh.

  • Agrivision forecasts 9000 visitors
    4 December 2001
    ORGANISERS predict that up to 9000 visitors will attend the Agrivision event, aimed at heralding the future of farming after foot-and-mouth.

  • Landowners concerned at roam maps
    4 December 2001
    LANDOWNERS at the Agrivision farming exhibition are expected to criticise the way land is being mapped in preparation for the right-to-roam.

  • Farming looks to the future
    4 December 2001
    AGRIVISION – an event focusing on farmings future – was born when this years Royal Show was cancelled because of the foot-and-mouth crisis.

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