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British Farming Awards


LAMMA 2019

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The Business of Farming, an unmissable 24-hours for farmers

Designed specifically by farmers for farmers, this is a conference whose themes and issues have been identified as being at the heart of farm businesses across the country.


Designed specifically by farmers for farmers, this is a conference whose themes and issues have been identified as being at the heart of farm businesses across the country.


Its pioneering programme welcomes 35 inspirational and motivational speakers from inside and outside of farming, offering practical advice and expert knowledge about the issues we know farmers want to understand more.


The opening debate ‘What makes a good farming business great?’ kicks off the first day before the conference splits into three discussion streams - BUILDING, GROWING and PROFITING.


Structure your own programme by choosing topics relevant to your business. Whether you are a farmer on the lookout for new and innovative industry ideas, a new entrant trying to get your foot on the ladder, a tenant farmer looking for the next opportunity or a national business wondering what the next step is - there is something for everyone.


The evening dinner welcomes guest speaker Tristram Mayhew, founder of outdoor adventure attraction, Go Ape, before the winners of this year’s first British Farming Awards are announced.


  • Tickets for the full event including conference and awards dinner - £179
  • Tickets for the conference both days excluding the awards dinner - £60
  • Tickets for one conference day only - £40

Tickets are available at

Day 1: Event programme

November 5 at the Sixways stadium, Worcester.

  • 12noon: Welcome lunch
  • 12.50pm: Welcome from Emma Penny, group editor, Farmers Guardian
  • 1pm - 2.30pm: The Great Debate: Introducing three speakers who will discuss the key factors crucial in making your business a success. These will include sharing business expertise and experiences and the trio will consider what makes a good farm business a great farming business.
  • Speakers: Andy Fussell, Edward Garner and David Warrington
  • Tea and coffee
  • 3pm - 5.20pm: Discussion hubs
    BUILDING - Tenancy trouble. Power happens when you know your cashflow. Practical pointers to win your tenancy
    GROWING - Share farmings, why bother? Contract farming a model for growth? ‘Ooomph’ up your business
    PROFITING - How to get the attention of the supermakets? Lessons in leadership
  • 5.30pm : Conference day ends

The British Farming Awards

  • 7.00pm : Pre-dinner drinks for the inaugural British Farming Awards
  • 7.30pm : Dinner
  • 9.00pm : Guest speaker Tristram Mayhew, founder of Go Ape
  • 9.30pm : The British Farming Awards - the finalists are

Day 2: Event programme

November 6 at the Sixways stadium, Worcester.

  • 8.30am: Breakfast
  • 9.05am - 10.45am: Benchmark you business for success in challenging times-IThis session includes case studies from farmers who have successfully grown their businesses within the dairy, beef, arable and renewables sectors, overcoming challenges, applying specific changes and adapting their businesses to ensure profitability. Each farmer speaker will give insight into what went right and wrong for them and how they have successfully built their farming business..
  • Speakers: Jim Bullock, Paul Westaway, Rhys Williams and Neil Perkins
  • Tea and coffee
  • 11.15am - 12.50pm: Discussion hubs
    BUILDING - Managing people. Tips to write a successfuly business plan
    GROWING - What makes you a good investment? Innovative ways to accessing funding
    PROFITING - Renewables, where to start and how to grow. Accessing the export business
  • 12.55pm : Closing debate - where to we go from here?
  • Speakers from the morning will look at the predicted trends for farming and its supply chain over the next few years. The key questions will surround future opportunities for British farmers. What will consumers be demanding a year, five years and a decade from now? How will global trends influence what we produce? How can the UK’s farming business take advantage of these opportunities?
  • 1.15pm : Conference day ends

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