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CropTec show returns

UK farmers looking for ways to improve their business prospects in the face of rising political and economic pressure have an excellent opportunity to listen to and quiz some of the best minds in the agricultural sector when The CropTec Show returns to Peterborough at the end of November.


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Taking place on November 28 and 29 at the East of England Showground, Peterborough, CropTec has established itself as the business-to-business knowledge exchange event where farmers, agronomists, business advisers, suppliers and scientists meet to challenge and discuss the best ways forward to remain profitable.

 

Brexit and the UK government’s current environmental focus on the future of farming are two key factors adding to the uncertainty surrounding agriculture, making a visit to this year’s event more worthwhile than ever, says the organiser.


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Elisabeth Mork-Eidem, group events director of AgriBriefing, which owns The CropTec Show, said: “Through its unique combination of exhibitor stands, seminars and knowledge hubs, The CropTec Show provides an unmissable insight into new technology, cutting edge agronomy and best business practices.”

 

For further information visit www.croptecshow.com

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