South of England Farming Conference

  • Date: Wednesday 14 November 2018 Technical Forum
  • Time: 3.30-5.30pm and Farming Conference 6-10pm
  • Where: South of England Showground, Ardingly, West Sussex, RH17 6TL (Near Haywards Heath. Junction 10 off M23) 

Attracting an audience of over 250 farmers, landowners and agriculturalists from across the region, 'The Great Agricultural Debate' will be launched at this year's South of England Agricultural Society's Farming Conference on Wednesday 14 November at the South of England Showground in Ardingly, West Sussex.

Taking a fresh 'Question Time' approach, the 2018 South of England Farming Conference will open up the debate to the audience floor, asking them to set the agenda to put forward their questions on the matters concerning them. Together with expert advice from leading lights in British agriculture, the aim is to navigate through the plethora of issues currently facing the rural industry.

The South of England Agricultural Society will also be urging farmers to put forward their young talent for entry into the Young Sussex Farmer of the Year category in the Sussex Food and Drink Awards 2019, which it is proud to sponsor. Entry forms are online at www.sussexfoodawards.biz

Sitting in the middle of 150 acres, the South of England Showground is the ideal venue to host the Farming Conference, sponsored by Mayo Wynne Baxter, Complete Land Management (CLM), Lloyds Bank, Richard Place Dobson LLP and South East Business Systems Ltd. 

The Technical Forum, which has been allocated five Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points this year, starts at 3.30pm and refreshments will be available from 6pm ahead of the Great Debate at 7pm.

The Farming Conference and Technical Forum are FREE to attend, but you will need to register for BOTH on the farming conference page at www.seas.org.uk under 'Professional Development'



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