Maximising the Value of Home Grown Forage

Event date: 
Friday, April 5, 2019
Event venue: 
Rothamsted Research, North Wyke near Okehampton, Devon, United KIngdom
Event description: 

This event is being held as part of the Cornwall Agritech programme at Rothamsted Research, North Wyke near Okehampton, Devon

This free workshop provides an exceptional chance to participate with actual "grassroots" research projects which are examining how the value of homegrown forage can be maximised, therefore leading to enhanced resource efficiency, financial savings, reduced environmental impacts and improved ecological diversification. 

Are you a veterinary practice, sensor developer, parasite specialist, animal health & welfare specialist, meat quality analyser, fencing contractor, animal nutritionist, sward yield and mapping specialists silage contractor, seed company, consultant, agronomist, speciality crop producer, fertiliser supplier, environmental advisor, contract grower, agricultural advisor or economist? Then this event is for you.

Discover how maximising the value of forage can lead to enhanced efficiency, financial savings and reduced environmental impacts for the agricultural sector.

We want to hear from you about where the opportunities are and what needs to be done to make the best use of our fantastic homegrown forage resource. 

For more details and to book your FREE PLACE please go to 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/maximising-the-value-of-home-grown-forage-a-grazing-and-livestock-event-tickets-57788823928

Or contact Kirsty Tooke (event organiser) on 01837 512 305 or kirsty.tooke@rothamsted.ac.uk