JOIN OVER 20,000 FARMERS, AGRONOMISTS AND INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS ON THE 13TH & 14TH JUNE AT CHRISHALL GRANGE, DUXFORD, CAMBRIDGESHIRE, FOR THE ARABLE INDUSTRY'S LEADING TECHNICAL EVENT
Fields of the Future
From robotics to genetics, get an insight into the future of farming.
Fields of the Future will highlight developments that are in their infancy and provide a glimpse at how arable farming could change in the next 5, 10 or 20 years.
Specialist Crop Zone
Add value to your rotations; meet experts and learn about novel and niche crops.
As margins on traditional crops continue to be squeezed, discover specialist crops that have added value and agronomic traits that can benefit arable rotations.
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The Soil Pit
Step down into The Soil Pit to get eye to eye with crop roots and soil horizons.
At 20m long and illustrating the effect of drilling dates, compaction and cover crops, this year's soil Soil Pit will be bigger and better than before.
Join us for live discussion, seminars and debates in the arable marquee.
Headlined by industry-leading farmers, scientists, policymakers and environmentalists, the Arable Conference provides insight and information on the latest issues challenging arable farmers.
Discover how to use a drone and analyse the data in the Drone Zone
Watch demonstrations and speak with the experts to discover how this technology, along with the data captured can benefit your business .
From tractors and sprayers to combines and cultivators; see them all at Cereals
With leading international machinery manufacturers side by side, Cereals is a great opportunity to compare models, and with working demonstrations, compare performance.
Judge the latest varieties and discover agronomic solutions at Cereals
Discover the latest additions to the Recommended Lists, find varieties that better match market requirements and get the agronomic information you need for healthy crops and businesses.
Get sound, practical advice from the professionals and build your business
From grain marketing tools, legal and financial services to land purchasing and international trade, Cereals has the experts that can help you build a more resilient, profitable business.
Cereals 2018 will see radical changes to its layout as a result of ‘CerealsPlus’ – a project created by its new owners, Comexposium.
Bringing together the machinery and crop plots in the heart of the event, the new layout is designed to improve visitor and exhibitor experience. The announcement comes shortly after the first Cereals Advisory Board meeting, alongside consultation with the Agricultural Engineers’ Association and the industry.
“We really want to have a far more collaborative approach with the industry,” says event director Jon Day. “The changes we are making to the layout show that we are both listening to the industry and acting on the feedback. We will be setting up a farmer focus group in addition to the exhibitor advisory board to ensure we really deliver the exceptional Cereals 2018 the industry wants.”
Farmers are really driving change behind the fresh new Cereals Event, with the inaugural meeting of the Farmer Advisory Board sparking lively debate and plenty of bright ideas.
Drawing on the experience of arable farmers across the UK, the Advisory Board will identify what visitors really want from the event, complementing the Exhibitor Advisory Board, to ensure feedback from both exhibitors and visitors.
02-Oct-2017The Cereals event is undergoing an industry-led transformation following the inaugural meeting of a new advisory board comprising 24 of the UK’s leading agricultural organisations.