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Following on from Cereals LIVE, the Q&A Edition brought you four new webinars ‘by farmers for farmers’, addressing challenges and opportunities arable businesses are currently facing. Each webinar offered an interactive and relaxed environment, Q&A discussion and polling. 

Webinar topics for the Q&A Edition include; 'New era, new challenges, new opportunities' sponsored by Premium Crops, 'A healthier environment: A healthier bottom line', sponsored by Graintab,  'Sustainable Crop Management' sponsored by CLA and 'New tools for a new era' sponsored by CHAP.

The webinars are available on-demand to watch at your leisure.

05 Nov 2020
  1. What impact will Coronavirus, Brexit and new Government incentives for public goods have on UK arable farming businesses? We ask these farmers how they are adjusting their businesses to meet the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead on an increasingly competitive, and environmentally-focussed, global market.

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  2. This webinar will focus on questions around how farmers are adapting their businesses to reduce costs of production and increase profitability by improving the health of their soils, boosting natural capital and sequestering carbon.

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  3. Farmers are already adjusting their systems to cope with grass weeds and chemical resistance – but with a changing climate is delayed drilling becoming too great a risk? We look at how data-based decisions can help combat pests, weeds and diseases and hear from farmers who’ve adopted alternative approaches.

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  4. What tools and technology do you think you need to manage your arable business better? Do you believe research is being carried out in the areas which will return the most value to you? This is an opportunity for you to influence, and quiz, four digital and arable technology experts about what tools are being used and developed to improve productivity.

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Cereals Support is a free service that offers advice and assistance for arable farmers during this trying time. It will consist of a monthly webinar series, focusing on one specific theme around farming, ie finance, legal, marketing, mental health, equipment and agronomy sectors.



The Cereals team will be working with the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI), farming's oldest and largest charity – as well as the longstanding official charity partner of the event – on the first project of Cereals Support, which is associated with mental health. RABI has launched a new online wellbeing platform on Monday 19 October, in partnership with a specialist online mental health provider. Two new websites, (one targeting younger members of the farming community aged 11-17 and a separate adult platform) will deliver farmer-friendly content that addresses industry-specific challenges and one-to-one counselling support via a team of qualified professionals. The service is free to use and confidential.
“We are very excited to be launching our new online wellbeing platform which we hope will prove a valuable new support service for the farming community, who are facing such challenging and uncertain times, Thank you to Comexposium and Cereals for your continued and much valued support,” says Suzy Deeley, corporate partnership manager at RABI.

It’s easy to overlook one of your most important assets, your own mental wellbeing.

Farming can be a 24/7 business and many in the industry work long hours in isolation in remote, rural areas. That’s why strong support networks are vital for maintaining good mental health, especially during stressful times. Our caseworkers are available and willing to talk through problems and concerns in complete confidence, without judgement. They are trained in suicide awareness and mental health first-aid and provide a human, sympathetic and caring link to the charity.

It is vital that anyone suffering from mental health issues seeks professional help. RAVI work closely with many other organisations and agencies to ensure support is provided where it is needed, as quickly and efficiently as possible.



RABI extends support for farmers with new wellbeing initiative Charity’s evolving strategy aims to reach more farming people

With 2020 bringing ever greater levels of uncertainty and unexpected changes, pressures on the farming community continue to grow. As part of a new package of services designed to assist people deal with these complex challenges, RABI is launching an online wellbeing community and counselling service for farming people across England and Wales on 19 October.

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