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Maximise Winter Forage Feeding - Cumbria

06 October 2014; Seminar
Shepherds Inn, Carlisle

Dairy farmers are invited to attend a FREE* meeting hosted by IFA and Keenan to look at maximising milk yields over winter with precision feeding forage.

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Maximise Winter Forage Feeding - Yorkshire

07 October 2014; Seminar
Allerton Court Hotel, Northallerton

Dairy farmers are invited to attend a FREE* meeting hosted by IFA and Keenan to look at maximising milk yields over winter with precision feeding forage.

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Nextgen: Re-Fuelling the Countryside

08 October 2014; Industry Events
Arthur Rank Centre, Kenilworth

Nextgen is the ultimate renewable energy generation event for both for farms and rural communities. This year, RASE, will host a dedicated area showcasing low carbon vehicles and the opportunities for renewable fuels for farms and rural areas.

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Maximise Yields with Winter Forage - Cheshire

08 October 2014; Seminar
Reaseheath College,

Dairy farmers are invited to attend a FREE* meeting hosted by IFA and Keenan to look at maximising milk yields over winter with precision feeding forage.

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Maximise Yields with Winter Forage - Bristol

09 October 2014; Seminar
Bath and West Showground,

Dairy farmers are invited to attend a FREE* meeting hosted by IFA and Keenan to look at maximising milk yields over winter with precision feeding forage.

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On-Farm FEC and Principles of SCOPS

15 October 2014; Seminar
Hartpury College, Hartpury

Fecal egg counting, when done correctly, can give a better understanding of the worm burden on your flock and help you apply targeted treatment. Attendees are encouraged to bring samples with them to assess on the day.

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On-Farm FEC and Principles of SCOPS

16 October 2014; Seminar
Duchy College, Callington

Fecal egg counting, when done correctly, can give a better understanding of the worm burden on your flock and help you apply targeted treatment. Attendees are encouraged to bring samples with them to assess on the day.

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EID Training - Cumbria

20 October 2014; Farm Walk
Myerscough College, Preston

Hosted on farm, we will demonstrate advanced flock management skills through electronic identification tools.

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EID Training - Northumberland

21 October 2014; Farm Walk
Lemmington Hill Head Farm, Alnwick

Hosted on farm, we will demonstrate advanced flock management skills through electronic identification tools.

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The Next Generation of Sheep Farming

22 October 2014; Farm Walk
Moreton Morrell College, Warwick

IFA is pleased to be working with the Warwickshire Rural Hub and the National Farmers Union to deliver three events for innovative livestock farmers. The first event will focus on enhancing sheep productivity through innovative breeding and electronic identification.

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EID Training - Staffordshire

23 October 2014; Farm Walk
Glenn Farm, Stafford

Hosted on farm, we will demonstrate advanced flock management skills through electronic identification tools.

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EID Training - Wiltshire

24 October 2014; Farm Walk
Exact venue to be confirmed closer to event date, Sutton Mandeville

Hosted on farm, we will demonstrate advanced flock management skills through electronic identification tools.

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Inspiring the Next Generation of Sheep Farmers

12 November 2014; Farm Walk
Abbey Home Farm, Cirencester

The National Sheep Association and RASE present a one-day conference and farm walk looking at supporting young blood in the sheep sector and sharing the experiences of the NSA Next Generation project.

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The Next Generation of Beef Farming

19 November 2014; Farm Walk
Reins Farm, Redditch

IFA is pleased to be working with the Warwickshire Rural Hub and the National Farmers Union to deliver three events for innovative livestock farmers. The second event will focus on enhancing beef productivity through targeted breeding and feeding as well as looking at technologies to improve health and welfare.

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Enrich Your Soils, Lincoln Showground

24 November 2014; Seminar
Lincoln Showground,

A day of discussion on improving the fertility of your soils with an emphasis on organic matter and soil biota.

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National Soils Symposium 2014

25 November 2014; Conference
St Johns Hotel, West Midlands

The National Soil Symposium is a practical event for farmers and growers, organic or non-organic. Every year, we have farmers and growers speaking at the event and sharing their vast knowledge and experience of soil management techniques.

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Enrich Your Soils, East of England Showground

28 November 2014; Seminar
East of England Showground,

A day of discussion on improving the fertility of your soils with an emphasis on organic matter and soil biota.

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Enrich Your Soils, Stoneleigh

02 December 2014; Seminar
Arthur Rank Centre, Stoneleigh

A day of discussion on improving the fertility of your soils with an emphasis on organic matter and soil biota.

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The Next Generation of Livestock Production

03 December 2014; Farm Walk
Arthur Rank Centre, Kenilworth

IFA is pleased to be working with the Warwickshire Rural Hub and the National Farmers Union to deliver three events for innovative livestock farmers. This final event is a conference for sheep and beef producers that will look at using ICT and data across the supply chain to ensure that we are producing what the market wants. In the afternoon we will also look at technologies that may have an impact on farming businesses in coming years, such as virtual fencing.

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Enrich Your Soils, Driffield Showground

04 December 2014; Seminar
Driffield Showground,

A day of discussion on improving the fertility of your soils with an emphasis on organic matter and soil biota.

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Beef Technology and Building Design

10 December 2014; Farm Walk
Manor Farm, Abingdon

Neil Rowe hosts an open day on his farm in Oxfordshire to look at new technologies and building design for the beef herd.

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Where appropriate, these events are supported by the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) for which Defra is the Managing Authority, part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas.