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10 Jun 2020
  1. The future of farming: The basic payment will be phased out in coming years and will result in a massive restructure of the industry, opening up new opportunities for forward-thinking farmers. We exam ...
  2. Water management: increasing rainfall intensity and seasonal variations is creating floods and droughts on UK farmland. Find out how to mitigate the risks and plan for the future. Variety management: ...
  3. What new skills do farmers need: The skills needed to run a successful farming business are vastly different to those of the previous generations. Find out what they are and how to acquire them. Makin ...
  4. Take a look at our jobs board to find potential careers from exhibitors across the full spectrum of the industry. Then hear the stories of individuals who have made careers in everything from journali ...
11 Jun 2020
  1. Conservation agriculture: No till practices can have dramatic benefits on soils which are more resilient to wet and dry conditions. Compare and contrast no till, strip till, min till and other options ...
  2. The elephant in the room: Succession planning is the hardest conversation for young farmers to broach with their families. It’s not easy, but it’s essential. One farmer shares his story and guidance o ...
  3. Farmers are facing tricky times at the moment, given the appalling winter weather, uncertainties over Brexit, and resulting financial concerns. Come along to hear from experts in money management, wor ...
  4. Hear from the finalists of our Business Challenge, who were tasked with creating an innovative and sustainable business plan. Whether they have pitched for a tenancy, created a new diversification, or ...

Please note that the timetables are subject to change and speakers will be announced in due course

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With over 22,000 members and 598 clubs, the National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs (NFYFC) is one of the largest rural youth organisations in the UK.

The NFYFC heads up these clubs providing the framework for a whole host of exciting events, competitions and new experiences. With their members making the decisions.

Find out more about NFYFC

Cambridgeshire Young Farmers consists of 'fun, learning and achievement.' Social, sporting, educational and community activities, planned by members , who are aged 10 - 26. Each of the Clubs is run by its own members, supported by County & National Federations. 

Find out more about Cambridgeshire Young Farmers

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