Farming events from Farmers Weekly

Farmers Weekly live events are back. Working in the post-Covid-19 world, we continue to focus on the primary requirements of health and safety protocols.

Please see below the timeline showing the upcoming events. We aim to ensure our events continue to offer a stimulating and thought-provoking experience for you. Our experts are focused on sharing the knowledge and skills you need for productive and regenerative farming.

You can watch on-demand our popular webinars and check out our new Transition initiative aimed at securing a sustainable future for your farm business.

If you would like to be commercially involved in our events please visit our media centre for more information.

Featured and upcoming events


Replacing machinery – what is the best option for your farm?

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What winter biosecurity challenges are there on a poultry farm?

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Question Time Season Two

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Alternative land uses: Woodland creation

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Making sense of ELMs

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Recent events

Next steps in carbon farming

In this Transition webinar we will be examining how farmers can make the most out of carbon. In detail we will focus on:

  • Reducing farm input costs
  • Generating income
  • Supporting the environment
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Trees on the farm – How to make them work for you

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Opportunities around renewable energy

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Farmers Question Time

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Transition webinars

See all of our Transition webinars for advice on how to navigate the changes you need to make to your farm business to benefit from the changes to agricultural policy.
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See our back catalogue or essential webinars for advice on a huge range of farm business topics, including: succession, land market opportunities and diversification.
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Britain's Fittest Farmer 2023

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Events news


Biodiversity net gain: What farmers should consider

A planning requirement for most housing, commercial and industrial developments in England to result in a 10% biodiversity uplift offers rural landowners an opportunity to generate a diversified income stream…


Agriculture careers inspire the next generation

Farmers Weekly was at the New Scientist Live event in London (7-9 October) showcasing cutting-edge farming methods to the public and delving into the fundamentals of food production.  The “Future…


Agriculture careers on show at New Scientist Live

Farmers Weekly will be at the New Scientist Live event in London next month to bust common myths about farming and bring agriculture to life for everyone interested in science…


Tillage 2023: Kverneland, Kuhn and KRM launch new kit

Persistent rain at this year’s Tillage-Live event in Warwickshire gave the hardy souls who braved it a good chance to see how the latest cultivators and drills perform in sticky…

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