Cereals LIVE Q&A Edition live webinars

Join us today for the Cereals LIVE Q&A Edition, we are hosting four live webinars created in response to the large number of audience questions posed at the June online event. Each webinar offers an opportunity to ask other arable farmers and industry experts questions about how to cope with the present challenges.

We are kicking off the day is entitled New era, new challenges, new opportunities, chaired by Nigel Padbury of Premium Crops and happening now until 10.30 am.

New era, new challenges, new opportunities chaired by Nigel Padbury at Premium Crops, 9.00 - 10.30 am

Discusses what impact will Coronavirus, Brexit and new Government incentives for public goods have on UK arable farming businesses? We ask these farmers how they are adjusting their businesses to meet the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead on an increasingly competitive, and environmentally-focussed, global market.

Speakers include Tim May of Kingsclere Estates, Oscar Harding of Duchess Farms, Buckinghamshire farmer Antony Pearce and Paul Temple, East Yorkshire farmer, Board Member and Chairman of Cereal & Oilseeds Sector, AHDB.

Join webinar https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/9021595570769283595

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Join the discussion with our panel including; Nigel Padbury of Premium Crops, Tim May of Kingsclere Estates, Oscar Harding of Duchess Farms, Buckinghamshire farmer Antony Pearce and Paul Temple, East Yorkshire farmer, Board Member and Chairman of Cereal & Oilseeds Sector, AHDB.

They are taking questions from our attendee's and discussing how arable businesses can adjust and meet the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead on an increasingly competitive, and environmentally-focussed, global market. Join the discussion: https://bit.ly/3dGDVSp

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Coming up at 11 am is the A healthier environment: A healthier bottom line webinar sponsored by Graintab launched by CRM AgriCommodities.

This webinar will focus on questions around how farmers are adapting their businesses to reduce costs of production and increase profitability by improving the health of their soils, boosting natural capital and sequestering carbon.

Join the discussion here at https://bit.ly/3m1tc8o

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Join the discussion: A healthier environment: A healthier bottom line sponsored by Graintab, CRM AgriCommodities. The webinar focuses on how farmers are adapting their businesses to reduce costs of production and increase profitability by improving the health of their soils, boosting natural capital and sequestering carbon.

George Hosier has reintroduced livestock into the rotation at Wexcombe Farm, Wiltshire, alongside a zero-till system to improve soil health and resilience.

Join the Q&A discussion, get involved in the polls and hear from our farmers at https://bit.ly/3m1tc8o

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A healthier environment: A healthier bottom line, chaired by Caroline Drummond, LEAF CEO.

Currently speaking is Louis Fell is one of 56 farmers in the North East taking part in Defra’s tests and trials for ELMS and potentially delivering landscape-scale benefits alongside improved financial security.

Join the discussion: https://bit.ly/3m1tc8o

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Coming up at 13:30 is the Sustainable Crop Management webinar, sponsored by The CLA at Cereals Event Q&A Edition.

Farmers are already adjusting their systems to cope with grass weeds and chemical resistance – but with a changing climate is delayed drilling becoming too great a risk? We look at how farming businesses are adopting alternative techniques to adjust to new challenges and how data-based decisions can help combat pests, weeds and diseases.

Join the webinar at https://bit.ly/3m526gj

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Join us now in the Sustainable Crop Management webinar sponsored by CLA at Cereals Event Q&A Edition.

Farmers are already adjusting their systems to cope with grass weeds and chemical resistance – but with a changing climate is delayed drilling becoming too great a risk? We look at how farming businesses are adopting alternative techniques to adjust to new challenges and how data-based decisions can help combat pests, weeds and diseases.

Join the discussion: https://bit.ly/3m526gj
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Coming up in 10 minutes is the 'New tools for a new era webinar' sponsored by CHAP at Cereals Event Q&A Edition.

Join our panel to discuss what tools and technology do you think you need to manage your arable business better? Do you believe research is being carried out in the areas which will return the most value to you? This is an opportunity for you to influence, and quiz, four digital and arable technology experts about what tools are being used and developed to improve productivity.

Join the webinar at https://bit.ly/3nZiPnj

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Starting now is the 'New tools for a new era webinar' sponsored by CHAP at Cereals Event Q&A Edition.

Join our panel to discuss what tools and technology do you think you need to manage your arable business better? Do you believe research is being carried out in the areas which will return the most value to you? This is an opportunity for you to influence, and quiz, four digital and arable technology experts about what tools are being used and developed to improve productivity.

Join the discussion at https://bit.ly/3nZiPnj
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In conversation with a soil health pioneer

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In conversation with a soil health pioneer

Written by Janet Hughes



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In this month's Future Farming podcast, Janet Hughes talks to Gabe Brown.

Gabe has been named one of the twenty-five most influential agricultural leaders in the United States. He farms at...
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