This year's IAgrM conference sees us break with tradition and hold a one day conference in
central London as the opportunity has arisen to include within the conference the launch of the Technology Road Map for Agriculture.
The conference, which will include an evening reception, is being held in a very accessible location in central London allowing delegates the opportunity to travel on the day of the conference or stop over as they wish.
IAgrM wishes to thank:
Pfizer, Syngenta, Promar International, Barclays, Farmplan, BIAC, Farmade, Moore Scarrott for their sponsorship and support which has allowed the conference to take place at this venue at such a reasonable cost.
2012 National Farm Management Conference
'New research, new technologies - giving farmers
the tools to feed the future'
To include 'Feeding the Future' Innovation Requirements for Primary Feed Production in the UK to 2030.
Wednesday 21st November 2012 Starting at 10.00am at
The Royal Society, Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG
Conference Chairman: David Gardner Chief Executive Royal Agricultural Society.
Opening Address: Lord de Mauley
Professor H Charles J Godfray MA, PhD, FRS, CBE - Hope Professor, University of Oxford 'The Foresight Report, Two years on – Rising to the challenge of Sustainable Intensification'.
Professor Chris Pollock MA, PhD, DSc, CBE - Aberystwyth University ·
'Feeding the Future' Innovation Requirements for Primary Food Production in the UK to 2030.
Dr. Mike Bushell - Syngenta Principal Scientific Advisor ·
'Advances in Crop Protection technology – Refilling an empty toolbox'
Robin Clark - Met office weather/climate scientist Climate extremes, regional climate prediction for the UK and Europe
Chris Warkup - Director Biosciences KTN Innovation in Animal Agriculture – Opportunities and Challenges
Tom Green - Chief Executive Spearhead International Technology challenges when developing UK and EU Agricultural business
Howell Richards - Cwrt Malle Farm Ltd 'Staying ahead of the game– The role of technology and innovation in the successful management of large dairy herds'
The conference is being followed by an evening reception which will start at 5.00pm at which Sir Jim Paice has agreed to speak and the presentation of the BIAC Agricultural Young Consultant of the Year award will be made.
To request a registration form please contact via telephone 01275 843825 or email email@example.com