Amazing to think that the first Oxford Farming Conference was held in 1936 and is now back for its 84th year (not quite as good as Hedges' 230 years of existence but who's counting?!).
This is such an exciting event in the farming calendar and I'm always interested in what people have to say about the industry; it's such a challenging time for agriculture at the moment that the gathering is even more significant.
If you can't make it to the actual event key sessions are being live streamed on the internet - just register in advance and you're good to go: https://www.ofc.org.uk/blog/register-ofc20-live-stream. I am definitely tuning in for Alice Stanton's key note science lecture on Wednesday.... one not to miss.
The following sessions will be live streamed at the 2020 Oxford Farming Conference. To join us virtually, click on the link below to register. By doing so, you agree your email can be added to the OFC e-newsletter mailing list - you can unsubscribe at any time. Streaming will commence approx. 10 minutes before the session but you can register at any point for quick access. Politics Briefing with Theresa Villiers MP and panel, sponsored by Fendt- Wednesday 8th January - 9.00 The UK's Food Strategy with Henry Dimbleby and panel - Wednesday 8th January - 11.30 The OFC Science Lecture with Alice Stanton, sponsored by SellMyLivestock, part of Hectare Agritech - Wednesday 8th January - 13.45