Join the AHDB Breakfast Event on January 5th to uncover the role of livestock in climate action, food security, and nature recovery. Discover how we at Platts Agriculture are committed to creating a more environmentally and eco-conscious farming industry.
The Oxford Farming Conference (OFC) is set to mark the beginning of the new year, with an event that aims to inform, challenge and inspire over 600 delegates, promoting a positive change for the agricultural industry.
One of the standout features of this year’s conference is the launch of the ITN Business news-style programme, ‘Farming a Greener Future,’ sponsored by AHDB and hosted by them at the AHDB Breakfast Event. Scheduled for 07:45 on Friday, the 5th of January, this event is an exciting part of the OFC Partnership lineup.
The Importance of ‘Farming a Greener Future’:
‘Farming a Greener Future’ aims to raise awareness and foster understanding about the pivotal role of livestock in sustainable food production.
Following a short screening of the programme, the AHDB Breakfast Event will feature a session exploring the diverse role of livestock in sustainable farming systems, nature recovery, climate action, and food security. The lineup of speakers for this session includes:
- Professor John Gilliland OBE, Environment Consultant at AHDB
- Kate Arthur, Lead Nutritionist at AHDB
- Amy Jackson, Reputation Communications Consultant
- Professor Jude Capper, Harper Adams University
The session will be chaired by Mike Gooding, AHDB’s Farming Systems Director.
To be part of this experience, attend the AHDB Breakfast Event on Friday, the 5th of January, at 07:45, and witness the unveiling of a greener, more sustainable in agriculture.
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