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CONFERENCE – GENERATION FARM APRIL 20TH 2016 Why you MUST attend, and register today! To register simply email now, or call 01892 861664 ● A rare chance to hear from some eminent and successful business leaders and thinkers in the agricultural industry ● All in one day . . . 10 inspiring sessions on some of the most important issues of the day – soil – water – business management - people ● A blueprint for sustainable farming ● A unique insight into how they made a success in the food chain for producers such as Ed Salt, David Wheatsheaf and David Miller ● Chance to meet these, ask questions, generate useful contacts for YOUR future It is strongly advised that you attend, but in order to do so you must register to secure your place REGISTER NOW To register simply email now, or call 01892 861664 9.00 Welcome from Chair Tom Bradshaw On the panel and contributing throughout the day David Miller, Wheatsheaf Farm Martin Barker, Midland Pig Producers David Hopkins, Professor of Soil Science, Royal Agricultural University 9.15 – Session 1 – Tom Bradshaw, Partner W Bradshaw & Sons, Conference Chair 'Future challenges for UK producers' 9.40 – Session 2 – James Bolesworth, Director, CRM AgriCommodities 'Grain Marketing: Removing Some of The Guess Work.' 10.10 – Session 3 – Ed Salt, Director Delamere Dairy 'Expanding markets overseas with brands'. 10.40 – Session 4 – David Hopkins, Professor of Soil Science and Dean of RAU, 'Soil management – tillage - water' 11.15 – morning break 11.45 – Session 5 – CF Fertilisers debate – Clive Deeley, CF Fertilisers Advice Team Manager leading a debate 'Better Soil & Nutrient Management' accompanied by Farmers Andrew Ward MBE, Dr George Fisher, Agronomist Sean Sparling. 12.15 – Session 6 - NSF Agriculture – Philippa Wiltshire 'Red Tractor – a logo that means you know the score.' 12.45 - Session 7 – Sean Rickard, Economist, Sean Rickard Ltd. 'Agriculture – time for a supply-side revolution.' 1.15 pm – buffet lunch till 2.00 2.10 – Session 8 – Martin Barker, Managing Director Midland Pig Producers. 'Greencycle principals.' 3.00 – Session 9 – David Miller, Farm Manager Wheatsheaf Farming. 'How soil health has driven radical change in farming practice.' 3.40 – Session 10 – 'Holstein UK President's Medal Winners – two young farmers speak about genomics, and robotic milking.' 4.15 - Summary end of the day 4.30pm 'Summing up the day/key things we have learned/questions from sessions.' Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, April 20th 2016 GENERATION FARM GET A DIFFERENT VIEW 8.00-8.30am Attendees arrival registration and refreshments Generation Farm 1 page agenda:Layout 1 15/03/2016 12:18 Page 10

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