SECTIONS

2019 Annual Conference

Introducing this years presenting scholars...


2018 Nuffield Farming Scholars

Adam Banks




Insects as Food: Opportunities and challenges to farming insects for human consumption in the UK


Sponsored by the Food Chain Scholarship

Mark Dewes




Can UK agronomy learn from best practice abroad to better serve arable farmers with advice and crop protection inputs?


Sponsored by the Richard Lawes Foundation

Neil Eastham






How can UK dairy farmers use Genomics to breed a better herd?


Sponsored by the John Oldacre Foundation


Charlotte Evans



Point of care diagnostics: What can we learn from the medical industry?


Sponsored by the Elizabeth Creak Charitable Trust - Clyde Higgs Scholarship

Jonathan Gill


How do we embrace Automation in Agriculture?'


Sponsored by Worshipful Company of Farmers & Savills with McDonalds Restaurants

Martin Gott




How farming systems affect cheese quality?


Sponsored by Alan and Anne Backett NSch's


Richard Harrison




Where next for soft fruit in the UK? Addressing the yield gap and providing a path to 500 t/ha.


Sponsored by the Worshipful Companies of Gardeners & Fruiterers

Caroline Mitchell (Kealey)







Where next for soft fruit in the UK? Addressing the yield gap and providing a path to 500 t/ha.

Sponsored by the Worshipful Companies of Gardeners & Fruiterers

Angela Kirkwood




Growing the British Pig Industry.


Sponsored by AHDB Pork

Kate Mayne




Agriculture & the natural environment - developing cross sector relationships to benefit future policy


Sponsored by the National Trust & Three Counties Agricultural Society

Jamie McIntosh



Explore New Ways In Which Eggs Can Be Marketed To Maintain A Steady Increase In Egg Consumption.


Sponsored by the MacRobert Trust

Emily Norton




Breaking the silos - best practice in global agricultural policy for farm business innovation


Sponsored by the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association

Barry O'Boyle




Innovation & entrepreneurship - Relevance for business growth post Brexit?


Sponsored by the Thomas Henry Foundation



Tom Ormesher








“Water Markets for Irrigation”


Sponsored by the John Oldacre Foundation

Alexandra Parker







Where Corporate meets Family in Business


Sponsored by the Trehane Trust

Chris Rose




On-farm anaerobic digestion: maximising use and enhancing the value of CO2, heat and nutrients

Sponsored by the John Oldacre Foundation

Jenna Ross






Riding the Slime Wave: Gathering Global Data on Slug Control


Sponsored by the Royal Highland & Agricultural Society of Scotland with AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds




Gus Selby









Can Institutional Investment Capital Provide Opportunities for Family Farmers and Young Farmers in the UK?

Sponsored by the NFU Mutual Charitable Trust





























                             


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