When: Thursday 16th May 2019
Where: Hainey Farm, Barway, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB7 5TZ
Time: 9.30am to 3.00pm
Farm businesses are facing dramatic shake-ups in future support mechanisms as well as changing public expectations about how land should be used and managed. This unpredictable and incentive driven climate, will require smart business strategies that offer greater resilience, consistency and cost benefits.
LEAF’s flagship IFM event looks at the big challenges facing sustainable agriculture. Bringing together farmers, innovators and industry experts, we will discuss important questions around:
Short term gains vs long term change – building benefits in the short term through better monitoring, measuring and management. Taking the long view – what are the priorities on the horizon that farmers need to be ready for?
AgTech: Does the AgTech revolution and cross sector collaborations offer a win-win for farmers? Are claims being overstated or is technology a game changer for more sustainable and productive farming?
Climate smart agriculture: What are the emerging climate resilient strategies and what they really mean for the farmer on the ground?
Policy to implementation: A look at UK government policy and how Integrated Farm Management is feeding into key national and global sustainability objectives.
Hosted at LEAF Demonstration Farm, Cambs Farms Growers Ltd, this event will give you access to the latest research and innovation around environmentally and economically transformative practices. Field tours will enable you to see new trends and best practice in action, talk to industry experts and crucially, gain new ideas and inspiration about what is practical and achievable on your own business.
Attendance at the LEAF IFM is FREE but early booking is recommended – click here to book on.