Our farmers and consultants go over how they have tailored to cope with drought and flooding on their farms and the practical changes produced to withstand these temperature events. There was a sequence of short presentations adopted by a panel dialogue.
The panel involved:
• Ian Baggs, dairy farmer and 2021 Nuffield Scholar
• Liz Genever, Unbiased sheep and beef marketing consultant
• Will Howe, beef and arable farmer
• Phil Bicknell, AHDB Market Intelligence director
The webinar protected:
• The use of forage crops and natural leys
• Alternatives for grassland and permanent pasture
• Soil wellness
For additional information, see our temperature and grassland assets.
AHDB is a statutory levy board, funded by farmers, growers and others in the source chain. Our intent is to encourage our farmers, growers and market to thrive in a speedily shifting planet. We equip the business with quick to use, realistic know-how which they can use straight absent to make improved choices and increase their general performance. Set up in 2008 and categorized as a Non-Departmental Community System, it supports the subsequent industries: meat and livestock (cattle, sheep and pigs) in England horticulture, milk and potatoes in Fantastic Britain and cereals and oilseeds in the Uk. AHDB’s remit covers 72 for every cent of total Uk agricultural output. Additional details on AHDB can be uncovered at
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