May
12
Wed
AHDB: British pig and poultry fair forums
May 12 @ 11:30 am – 3:00 pm

The Online Pig & Poultry Forums take place on 12 May 2021. Hear from industry leaders as they give their predictions for the year ahead, find out what’s new and gather ideas for your business.

This is your chance to hear from an expert panel on the challenges and opportunities ahead for pork in the Pig Outlook. Plus, technical forums on optimising sow and pre-weaning piglet performance, along with a heads up on what is coming for ammonia emissions.

Overview of pig programme

11:30 Pig Outlook       

  • Mike Sheldon, AHDB (Chair)
  • Sophie Throup, Morrisons
  • Andrew Saunders, Tulip
  • Rob Mutimer, NPA Chairman

12:30 Optimising sow and pre-weaning piglet performance

  • Steve Jagger, ABN (Chair)
  • Chris Opschoor, Topigs Norsvin
  • Kristian Volshøj, AB Neo

13:15 Ammonia: What’s coming, how to prepare and funding opportunities

  • Jon Foot, AHDB (Chair)
  • Philippa Mansfield, Catchment Sensitive Farming
  • Simon Lague, Big Dutchman
  • Daniel Holling, Big Dutchman

The Online Forums take place on Wednesday 12 May 2021. They are free to attend and open to everyone in the pig supply chain.

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May
24
Mon
Agri-Tech Explore: Improving Farm Safety With Innovative Agri-Tech
May 24 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Remote sensing and monitoring, communications technology and automation are being deployed to help make agriculture a safer industry. Hear about some of the latest tools to help improve the safety track record around managing livestock and arable, as well as in controlled environment conditions. We’ll be highlighting some of the latest new products, tools and services, as well as hearing from farmers what they’d like to see to make their working lives even safer.

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Sep
23
Thu
Advances in Breeding for Agriculture – New Tools for New Solutions
Sep 23 @ 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Improvements in crops, livestock and insects are possible thanks to advanced tools of breeding, using molecular and genetic techniques. Here we will have an update on where advanced breeding is helping harness new and ancient traits as well as exploring the regulatory landscape for their management and application.

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Agri-TechE: Advances in Breeding for Agriculture – New Tools for New Solutions
Sep 23 @ 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Improvements in crops, livestock and insects are possible thanks to advanced tools of breeding, using molecular and genetic techniques. Here we will have an update on where advanced breeding is helping harness new and ancient traits as well as exploring the regulatory landscape for their management and application.

This event is £30 for members of Agri-TechE, and £50 for non-members.

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