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AgriWebb to host first ever ‘Digital Farm Walk’


In light of the fact that our farming community can no longer come together at upcoming agricultural events, AgriWebb is proud to announce their first Digital Farm Walk on Wednesday 22nd April. With farmers already more isolated than most, the need to maintain communication, hear from industry leaders, and share best practice feels more crucial than ever.

Highlights of the all-day, free online event include:

  • A keynote session on the state of the industry from John Mercer, Director at NFU Cymru and Emma Picton-Jones, Founder of DPJ Foundation, a mental health charity supporting those in agriculture.
  • Caroline Mason, Head of Agriculture at Co-op Food, on Co-op’s position in the marketplace, the impact of COVID-19 including current impact on food supply chains from farm gate to the retail shelf, a forward look to the future of food in 2030, and an insight into the company’s relationships with farmers.
  • Farmers Rhidian Glyn (winner of the British Farming Awards 2018 (New Entrant) and owner of Rhiwgriafol) and Rob Hodgkins (owner of Kaiapoi) offering a ‘peek over the fence’, sharing advice based on their current operations, use of technology and future plans.

The full agenda for the interactive day can be found below. All sessions will be recorded for those who have registered in advance, meaning you can sign up even if you’re busy during a session you’d really like to attend.

“Through our close relationships with farmers, we feel it’s vital to bring a range of experts and the community together at this time,” said Campbell Mauchan, UK General Manager at AgriWebb. “We want to address the practicalities of farm management and the state of the industry right now, as well as give farmers the opportunity to see how others are bringing innovation to their operations. To keep spirits up we’ll even cap off the event with virtual beers!”

The first Digital Farm Walk event follows AgriWebb’s launch into the UK earlier this month, after an exclusive early adopters program. This included testing, researching and developing for UK farmers’ specific needs, alongside 100 British beef and sheep farmers to ensure AgriWebb’s farm management software more than meets the demands of the UK industry.

Register free for the Digital Farm Walk here.

 

Event agenda :

10am: Welcome! Industry update and #sharingtheload 

John Mercer – Director at NFU Cymru

Emma Picton-Jones – Founder of DPJ Foundation

11am: A peek over the fence at Rhiwgriafol 

Rhidian Glyn – Owner and Manager at Rhiwgriafol

12pm: Live in the moment – supply chain update 

Caroline Mason – Head of Agriculture at Co-op Food

1pm: A peek over the fence at Kaiapoi 

Rob Hodgkins – Owner at Kaiapoi

2pm: The future of animal nutrition 

Bryn Hughes – National Beef and Sheep Expert at Wynnstay

David Howard – Head of Dairy Technical Services at Wynnstay

3pm: Improving your farm finances with cloud-based tools 

Nick Barraclough – Partner Success Manager at Figured

4pm: What is AgriWebb? A live demo + case study

Beth Cambidge – Customer Success Manager at AgriWebb

Dan Pritchard – Farmer at Weobly Castle

5pm: Farming tales & virtual beers 

Michael Blanche – The Pasture Pod

Gareth Davies – Gareth’s Grassland Advisory Services

Huw Davies – Llandre


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