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7 & 8 November, Farm Business Innovation Show - NEC Birmingham

The diversification and innovation event for farmers and landowners to make more money from their land. Free.

Soil Association are also hosting a Go Organic - Opportunities for Arable Producers session. Date and Time TBC.

For more information, visit http://www.farmbusinessshow.co.uk/

8 November: Soils in Practice with Farmers Weekly - Suffolk

With practical sessions on topics including: defining and measuring a ‘healthy soil’, compaction, soil management and pest mitigation techniques, cover crops and organic matter utilisation. Tickets from £40. Find out more here.

15 – 16 November: Organic Congress, Warwickshire

With a growing organic market and a new agriculture bill on the table, this is an opportunity for the whole organic movement to come together. The programme includes practical farming sessions, as well as focusing on organic principles and public money for public goods. Book your Early Bird ticket here.

2 January: An Innovative Cider Tasting, Oxford

Save new year’s resolutions for one more day and join Innovative Farmers to taste and discuss all things cider. Agroforestry, variety choice, orchard health and how the decisions a grower makes on their farm, affects the finished pint. Free but limited places: book now >

3 & 4 January: Oxford Real Farming Conference

Next year marks the 10th ORFC event. The programme is yet to be announced but make sure you book your tickets early. Last year, there were more than 200 people on the waiting list. For more information, visit http://orfc.org.uk/
 

Group meet-ups

Generally, field lab groups meet up a few times a year. If you'd like to go along to find out more about a specific field lab, you can contact the group co-ordinator by using the Find a Field Lab page to find contact details for the coordinator, or get in touch and we'll put you in contact.

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All of the recordings from Innovative Farmers webinars can be downloaded for free at any time.

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