Visit the UK’s leading indoor agricultural event, with eleven packed halls of the very latest in agricultural machinery and equipment. Now at the NEC, Birmingham this is free to attend and free to park.
Silly season has again gripped the national media, but this time in a bid the keep the 24 hour bandwagon of news rolling they have turned their collective ire, or possibly even agenda, on to agriculture.
Processors warning that the price of lamb might drop as a result of a hard Brexit ties in to a wider wrangle about the level of exposure for farmers, processors and retailers in the event of no-deal, and who might get Government contingency funding.
Cut through the ongoing debate about the future of British agriculture and the millions of words spoken by politicians, industry leaders or farmers in recent years, and there is no doubt that the industry finds itself at one of the most fundamental tipping points in its recent history.
Katie Court, 23, is a training adviser with Coleg Sir Gar, supporting apprentices in land-based industries. She farms beef and sheep with her mother, father and brother, and helps on her boyfriend’s dairy farm in Carmarthenshire.