A key date in the annual farming calendar, the Lincolnshire Farming Conference features talks from a number of captivating speakers, case studies and one to one sessions with industry experts.
The event begins at 11am where delegates can meet local businesses in the exhibition area and take part in one of our workshop sessions. Whether you're interested in 'The future of a farming family - what steps to take next' or 'Healthy soils, healthy crops, healthy water', book in advance to secure your place. Enjoy networking over a delicious lunch at 12pm, followed by the start of the conference at 1pm.
11am: Exhibition opens and workshop sessions begin
The future of a farming family - what steps to take next Wilkin Chapman, Brown & Co and HSBC - book your place
Healthy soils, healthy crops, healthy water University of Lincoln and Anglian Water - book your place
1pm: Welcome Simon Day, Chairman
1.15pm: What does the 4th agricultural revolution mean for your farm? Sam Watson Jones - Small Robot Company
1.45pm: Future Lincolnshire farming systems Professor Simon Pearson - University of Lincoln
2.15pm: Michael Horsch - HORSCH Maschinen GmbH
3.15pm: Farming insects for food Adam Banks - Nuffield Scholar
3.45pm: Young people working in agriculture in Lincolnshire Alec McNulty - British Sugar, Rosie Fox - ADM Agriculture, Ross Davenport - Cote Hill Cheese
4.15pm: Farming beyond Brexit Stuart Roberts - NFU Vice President
The IMPACT Group drinks reception will follow the conference at 5.15pm - more information will be available soon.
Tickets are priced at £15 for adults and £6 for students. This is event is free to attend for Members of the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society.