Events

For further information about any of the events, please call the office 01275 843825 or e-mail info@iagrm.org.uk.

Date Event Brochure Booking Organiser
26/02/2017 - 02/03/2017 SIMA 2017
International agricultural machinery show
Amelie Galatry
T: 0208 2163109
E: amelie@promosalons.co.uk
27/02/2017 IAgrM Branch Devon Farm Management Association Meeting
Speaker: Mark Fogerty 'Sustatinability of Farm Businesses' Sponsor: Simpkins Edwards, Chartered Accountants The Devon Hotel, Matford, Exeter, EX2 8ZJ 7.30pm for 8pm
Sarah Bolt
T: 07717 501564
E: devonfarmmanagement@gmail.com
28/02/2017 IAgrM Branch Meeting Brompton & District Agricultural Discussion Society
Mr David Alvis, Nuffield Scholar
Followed by Annual General Meeting The function room, Allerton Court Hotel,
(Darlington Road) Northallerton (Tel: 01609 780525) commencing at 7.30 p.m...read more
Mr David Alvis, Nuffield Scholar
Followed by Annual General Meeting The function room, Allerton Court Hotel,
(Darlington Road) Northallerton (Tel: 01609 780525) commencing at 7.30 p.m.
Helen Stahl
E: helen.stahl@struttandparker.com
08/03/2017 IAgrM East Midlands Farm Management Association Meeting
Sutton Bonington Campus, Lecture Room 2 "Challenges and Opportunities in Arable Cropping" Steve Corbett, Trials Manager, Agrii With FREE light buffet refreshments at 6.30pm in The ...read more
Sutton Bonington Campus, Lecture Room 2 "Challenges and Opportunities in Arable Cropping" Steve Corbett, Trials Manager, Agrii With FREE light buffet refreshments at 6.30pm in The Barn Our winter programme for 16.17 concludes with a new look at challenges and opportunities in arable cropping, from Steve Corbett, Trials Manager, with Agrii.     Steve is a BASIS registered agronomist with extensive experience of commercial farming and crops research.  After leaving Brackenhurst, Steve went on to become a Farm Manager on 3000 acres in Lincolnshire, before moving to become the Fields / Farm Manager at Whittlesford in Cambridge.  For the last 10 years Steve has been Trials Manager at Agrii with responsibility for Throws Farm Research Centre, Essex, and the Stow Longa Blackgrass Research Centre, Huntingdon.  Main projects include: blackgrass resistance studies, crop rotation impacts on blackgrass, cultivation techniques and their impact on blackgrass, cover crop analysis looking at weed suppression, soil structure changes, crop yield impacts, nutritional changes, fungicide resistance monitoring and assessment of  new actives, insect and pest monitoring and control, direct drilling, strip tilling techniques and effects on soil structure, plant breeding activities including cereal variety assessment and variety profiling.  Steve is responsible for 60,000 trial plots handled per annum covering all agronomy subjects, and has 15 R&D staff full time plus 18 students during harvest working with him. Before the evening meeting we will, as normal, be holding our brief AGM of the association.  A final reminder to please return your subscription (£15) to either myself or Jo Warburton on the 8th March if you have not already done so; many thanks to all those that have returned subs to us for the 2016/17 year. Yours Sincerely, Prof Paul Wilson, Branch Secretary.
Paul Wilson Professor of Agricultural Economics. Chief Executive, Rural Business Research. Director, Rural Business Research Unit.
T: 0115 9516075
E: paul.wilson@nottingham.ac.uk
09/03/2017 What is happening in UK Agriculture and Food apart from Brexit
The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development
invites you to our:
What is happening in UK Agriculture and Food
– apart from BREXIT? 14th Annual ‘Question Ti...read more
The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development
invites you to our:
What is happening in UK Agriculture and Food
– apart from BREXIT? 14th Annual ‘Question Time’ style event – your chance to ask questions of an expert panel
Nike Lecture Theatre, Agriculture Building, University of Reading, Earley Gate, Whiteknights Road, RG6 7BE The Panel:
Rob Metcalfe, MD, Richmond Towers (Marketing/ PR consultant )
James Northern*, JRN Consulting, formerly IGD
James Robinson* , Senior Analyst, Store Development, Waitrose
Michelle Toft, Chief Marketing Officer, Pink Lady Apples,
Tom White*, White Pond Farm, Nr. Henley, beef farmer *graduates from the University of Reading
Download Mollie Smith
E: m.smith4@reading.ac.uk
13/03/2017 IAgrM Somerset CMA Branch
8.00pm in the Huntworth Suite at Sedgemoor Auction Centre, Junction 24, North Petherton.
TITLE: " Managing Volatility"
SPEAKER: Jack Watts, Lead Analyst at AHDB
Kate Bailey Evolution ABS Oake House Silver Street West Buckland Wellington TA21 9L
T: 07835 017754
E: somersetcma@yahoo.co.uk
20/06/2017 IAgrM Somerset CMA Branch
Judging of Farm Management Competition To find out more CLICK HERE
Kate Bailey Evolution ABS Oake House Silver Street West Buckland Wellington TA21 9L
T: 07835 017754
E: somersetcma@yahoo.co.uk
25/06/2017 - 14/07/2017 IFMA 21
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