Northern Section Guild members were told that sharing information, ideas and practical advice to help farm businesses survive the next 18 months will be the focus on this year’s Livestock Event to be staged at The NEC, Birmingham on Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 July. “Entry is free to all visitors this year in recognition that times are tough,” said RABDF chief executive, Nick Everington. “Consequently as a charity representing farmers, the Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers is attempting to support the future of farming businesses, where it can.”
This year’s focus at the Livestock Event to be all about helping farmers drive resilience in to their businesses. What’s more we have agreed to offer free entry to all visitors; they will have an opportunity to think outside the box and collect a day’s worth of ideas, information and advice to take home from under one roof, and all without charge.
The Guild was told that visitors to the event would be able to find out about relevant products and concepts that will save money and keep on track, and investigate the latest new products and innovation – future investment, staying ahead of the game.
Agriculture Minister, George Eustice MP will officially open the event on the first day, and will be responding to visitors’ queries on the Brexit Referendum’s outcome and its implications for the industry’s future.
To pre-register for a free ticket see www.livestockevent.co.uk