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  • DairyLeader - Employment Law Workshops- Wiltshire

    When:
    April 19th 2018 10:30 to 14:30
    Location:
    SN16 9EP

    Recruiting and retaining the right people is becoming increasingly challenging, even for the very best businesses. Being the “Employer of Choice” for those looking for employment in agriculture (or attracting talent from other industries) means you need to make sure you are offering a fair and rewarding package whilst protecting you and your business, to ensure this you will require a basic understanding of Employment Law relating to Agriculture, even if you choose to contract out that service to an external company.

    Business Management

  • Grass/herbal leys farm network

    When:
    April 19th 2018 10:30 to 15:00
    Location:
    CV1 3GE

    A new farm network is being set up to investigate the long term impacts of leys in the rotation. ADAS and AHDB invite you to join this first network meeting to discuss the rotational benefits of leys and help plan the future strategy of the network.

    Feed and Forage

  • Webinar: Department of Dairy Related Scrumptious Affairs – an update on consumer activity

    When:
    April 23rd 2018 19:00 to 20:00
    Online Event Only

    Join us to find out more about the AHDB and Dairy UK consumer facing campaign around the newly created “Department of Dairy Related Scrumptious Affairs”

    Business Management, Crisis Support

  • Succession – it’s not just about tax - Shropshire

    When:
    April 24th 2018 10:30 to 16:00
    Location:
    TF7 5DW

    This workshop aims to address and encourage proactive discussion about the “elephant in the room” in most agricultural or horticultural businesses; Succession Planning.

    Business Management

  • DairyLeader - Employment Law Workshops- Monmouth

    When:
    April 25th 2018 10:30 to 10:30
    Location:
    NP25 5EY

    Recruiting and retaining the right people is becoming increasingly challenging, even for the very best businesses. Being the “Employer of Choice” for those looking for employment in agriculture (or attracting talent from other industries) means you need to make sure you are offering a fair and rewarding package whilst protecting you and your business, to ensure this you will require a basic understanding of Employment Law relating to Agriculture, even if you choose to contract out that service to an external company.

    Business Management

  • Succession – it’s not just about tax - Newark

    When:
    April 25th 2018 10:30 to 16:00
    Location:
    NG23 6PF

    This workshop aims to address and encourage proactive discussion about the “elephant in the room” in most agricultural or horticultural businesses; Succession Planning.

    Business Management

  • Calf to Calving Campaign - Who’s made the grade? - Shropshire

    When:
    April 25th 2018 10:45 to 14:30
    Location:
    SY12 9HF

    Two years ago we launched the Calf to Calving Initiative to target more heifers calving by 24 months, review the economic performance of different rearing systems and address youngstock mortality.

    Calf to Calving

  • Succession – it’s not just about tax - Darlington

    When:
    April 26th 2018 10:30 to 16:00
    Location:
    DL1 3LU

    This workshop aims to address and encourage proactive discussion about the “elephant in the room” in most agricultural or horticultural businesses; Succession Planning.

    Business Management

  • Webinar: The nutrient performance of a dairy farm

    When:
    April 30th 2018 18:00 to 19:00
    Online Event Only

    Quantifying the nutrient performance on European dairy farms will optimise farm management and minimise nutrient losses.

    Business Management, Feed and Forage

  • Spring Farm Walks- Devon

    When:
    May 1st 2018 10:30 to 14:30
    Location:
    EX17 6JS

    Managing volatility through managing grass AHDB dairy, BGS and LIC are pleased to invite you to this farm walk where we look forward to discussing the practical aspects of achieving business resilience through managing and utilising grass and forage.

    Feed and Forage