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11-12 June 2024

Bygrave Woods

at Newnham Farm

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Welcome to the Cereals 2023 E-Zone

Meet our partners

Event Guide Partner

The Official Cereals Event Guide is published and distributed by Agronomist & Arable Farmer Magazine in partnership with Farm Contractor & Large Scale Farmer Magazine

In addition to distribution to both publications' regular readership in print and in digital format, the Official Cereals Event Preview and Official Cereals Event Guide are also distributed at key points around the Cereals event site including, but not limited to, three registration areas, five seminar stages and also within the main catering and fundraising area.  The Official Cereals Event Guide contains the event programme schedules, demonstration schedules, exhibitor and sponsor listings as well as entertainment options on offer at Cereals 2023. 

For advertising rates and availability, please contact James Ryan by phone at +44 (0) 1825 701245 or by email at 

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Design Partner is the Cereals 2023 design partner and is offering exhibitors a 15% discount on all design and artwork for exhibition/promotional event collateral. For more information, please contact Christy Walters by phone at +44 (0) 1275 400 777 or by email at 

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PR & Content Partner

Cereals partners with Agri-Hub on programming and press relations.  Agri-hub has more than 60 years’ combined experience of writing for the farming press and helping rural businesses to raise their profile. 

Agri-Hub journalists are regular contributors to publications like Crop Production MagazineBritish Farmer & GrowerFarm Business and The Furrow, and work with a wide variety of PR clients. Agri-Hub writers are just as happy writing about technical livestock or arable topics as organising media events or conferences.

If you would like more information about Agri-Hub's services, please contact Olivia Cooper by phone at +44 (0) 1392 840009 or by email at


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Digital Partner

Hillsgreen is passionate about making a positive difference to agriculture - helping the sector grow and prosper through better connecting with their customer via digital.

Hillsgreen brings big agency expertise to the agricultural sector, having their own agri businesses, and so they know what works, and what doesn’t. Most importantly, the Hillsgreen team is passionate about sharing experience and skills to help your agricultural business with every aspect of strategy, marketing and ultimately connecting you with your customer.

If you would like more information about Hillsgreen's services, please contact Sheldon Ayre by phone at +44 (0) 1260 541 500 or by email at



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Agronomy Partner

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Ceres Rural manages Cereals agronomy services in relation to the crop plots on display each year.  Ceres Rural offers a full scope of experience-led farming consultancy, technical support and business management. You are provided with independent advice and services from qualified professionals, tailoring unique solutions in line with your specific requirements and means. 

Importantly, Ceres Rural offers you a consultancy firm that is big enough to access expertise on a broad range of agricultural topics, yet small enough to be independent and agile, allowing quick response to new developments, regulations and technology. Ceres Rural is not bound by defined corporate protocols and procedures, you will receive a bespoke, individually customised service that puts your needs first, and continually strives to enhance your business.

If you would like more information about Ceres Rural's services, please contact Will Gemmill by phone at +44 (0) 7592 041746 or by email at

Trials Partner

NIAB is the UK’s fastest growing crop science organisation, having trebled in size over the past decade through a strategic programme of investment, merger and acquisition.

Founded in 1919, and with a longstanding international reputation for expertise in plant varieties and seeds, today NIAB’s scientific capabilities span the crop improvement pipeline; from underpinning research required to develop higher yielding more climate resilient crops through to the extensive trials data, agronomy expertise and advice needed to ensure these advances are transferred effectively onto farm.

NIAB is at the forefront of the application of genetics, physiology, soil science, precision agronomy and data science to improve the yield, efficiency and resilience of crop production across the arable, forage and horticulture sectors. 

For more information, please contact Ros Lloyd by phone at +44 (0) 7711 568164 or by email at


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Host Farmer

Thoresby farms 2,900 hectares (7,200 acres). 2,200ha of this is arable land, with the remaining 700ha used as grazing for ‘heritage’ livestock.  About half is heavy land on a soil known as Keuper Marl with a combinable crop rotation of wheat, oil seed rape, spring beans, rye and spring barley. The remainder is light sandland with the same combinable crop rotation, with the addition of sugar beet, maize, potatoes, carrots and onions all of which need carefully managed irrigation to cope with dry summers.

Thoresby Estate has been owned by the Pierrepont family since 1601. Titled for much of the time, the last Earl Manvers died in 1955 and the estate was inherited by his daughter, Lady Rozelle who passed away in 2015. Gregor Pierrepont is the present incumbent.

For more information on Thoresby entertainment venues, please contact Gareth Evans by phone at +44 (0) 1623 822301 or by email at



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