We are delighted to be sponsoring a key date in the annual farming calendar, the Lincolnshire Farming Conference. It features talks from a number of captivating speakers, case studies and one to one sessions with industry experts, to discuss the theme: Healthy soils, Healthy minds.
The event will commence with topical workshops hosted by the sponsors, followed by a full conference programme. There will also be a number of exhibitors for delegates to visit and network with.
We will also be co-hosting a panel discussion - The future of farming resilience – clearing the air at farmers question hour.
- Chaired by Charlie Bryant – Brown&CoJHWalter
- Amy Cowdell - Shakespeare Martineau LLP
- Chris Sheldon – Brown&CoJHWalter
- Michael Ball - Streets Chartered Accountants
- Ingrid Nelson - HSBC Agriculture
Farming and resilience are two words we are commonly hearing in the same sentence but what does it really mean for the average farmer. Now more than ever having resilience when working in the sector is key, many will argue the cliff edge rapidly is approaching and the fight for survival and profitability has never been more real.
We will start our session taking a look into some valuable sector data collected by Brown&CoJHWalter when speaking with clients, share some of the trends that will hopefully shed some light into the direction for our cherished sector.
Charlie Bryant will chair this lively topical discussion where you will be able to question the panel and hear from fellow delegates on the topic of resilience and farming and we will explore how these are so commonly intertwined.
9.30am: Exhibition and workshop sessions begin
Conference Part One:
11.00am: Conference Open: Opening remarks from Kelly Hewson Fisher (LFC2023 Chair)
11.15am: George Sly - Lincolnshire farmer, Agronomist and Owner of Horizon Agricultural Machinery
11.45am: Rob Shepherd - Chairman of the Allenford Farmers Cluster Group
12.15pm: Paul Davey - Seventh Generation Lincolnshire Farmer
Conference Part Two:
1.45pm: Conference Part Two: Heather Wildman - Managing Director, Saviour Associates Ltd
2.15pm: Will Evans - Mixed Farmer, Podcaster, Oxford Farming Conference Chairman and Farmer’s Weekly columnist
2.45pm: David Exwood - NFU Vice President
3.30pm: Conference Close
All talks 20 minutes plus Q&A
3.45pm: IMPACT Group Reception