2015 October

Further speakers announced for East of England Farming Conference

  The East of England Agricultural Society are pleased to confirm a number of additional speakers that have joined an already impressive line-up for the East of England Farming Conference,taking place at the showground on the 3rd of December. The already strong line-up of  speakers will be joined by Sir Peter Kendall- Chairman of AHDB, Guy Smith- NFU Vice President, […]

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Careers Forum for agricultural students will launch at CropTec

CropTec, the leading specialist arable event will host, in conjunction with the East of England Agricultural Society, an interactive workshop designed to offer students a diverse insight into career opportunities within the arable industry. Sponsored by EDGE, an industry led project that aims to EDUCATE, DEVELOP, GROW and EMPLOY those taking their first steps into […]

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Farming Conference list guest speakers – 3rd December

Be inspired by expert speakers at the first East of England Farming Conference this winter. The debut conference will take place at the East of England Showground in Peterborough on Thursday 3 December. Among the speakers will be four ‘next generation’ farmers who will highlight a wide range of industry opportunities and challenges. Guy Thallon […]

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Show success results in Lyon’s family heading to East of England Smithfield festival

Following recent show successes around the UK, the Lyon family, who farm near Bourne in Lincolnshire, are excited to be heading to the 2015 East of England Smithfield Festival in Peterborough on Thursday 26 – Friday 27 November, where they hope to add to their growing trophy cabinet. The family are a shining example of […]

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East of England Farming Conference – 3rd December 15

A new conference will bring expert speakers from all areas of agriculure to the East of England Showground. Showcasing agricultural innovation, the conference will attract specialist industry speakers to discuss issues affecting farming, the latest research and developments in agri-business. Speakers will cover technical and politcal issues as well as looking at prospects and challengs […]

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Members offer for Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association lecture

As Part of our activities throughout the East of England we meet and work with our fellow Agricultural Societies throughout the region to share our knowledge to improve our work and activities. Following on from a recent meeting the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Society have very kindly extended an invitation to East of England Agricultural Society […]

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The East of England Agricultural Society Autumn and Winter 2015 newsletter

The latest edition of the Society newsletter has just be published and is available to download at the link below. Members will have received a copy by post last week. There has been a lot happening on the showground and at Society events throughout the spring and summer. Articles include reports on the 2015 Farm […]

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Remote Sensing SIG: Getting to the Root and Branch of Remote Sensing and Monitoring

East of England Showground, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire PE2 6XE 8 October, 2015 This SIG event will explore techniques for sensing and monitoring within the growing medium and in the leafy canopy of growing plants to monitor and maintain crop performance. Keeping a close eye on parameters that influence plant growth, such as moisture and nutrient availability […]

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