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WHAT WE DO

Helping farmers put innovation into practice

Innovation for Agriculture connects farmers with farming research.

We work with leading agricultural researchers, businesses, landowners, and farmers to develop the knowledge and technologies that will make modern farming more sustainable, resilient, and productive.

Through practical and interactive workshops, farm walks, and on-farm demonstrations, we help farmers to put this knowledge into practice.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Soil Farmer of the Year 2017 Farm Walk

Goole, East Yorkshire

Come along and find out more about why Richard Boldan was awarded third place in this years’ competition.

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Antibiotic Reduction In Pigs

Eastbrook Farm, Swindon, SN6 8PW

Join IfA at Helen Browning’s farm to learn about best practice to minimise antibiotic use on your pig farm, including discussion with Helen’s vet & a farm tour.

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Meeting The Challenge To Reduce Antibiotic Use In Food Animals

Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, CV8 2LZ

Conference for farmers, vets, advisers, researchers and stakeholders in the farm-to-public supply chain

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Soil Farmer of the Year 2017 Farm Walk

Cornsay, Durham, DH7 9EL

Soil Farmer of the Year Winners Walk!

This event will be focussed on a farm walk where you will get a chance to look at the crops and the fields and hear more about the innovative ways that Richard is managing his land to integrate livestock and cropping, build nutrient use efficiency and maximise soil structural health.

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Soil Farmer of the Year 2017 Farm Walk

Wolverhampton, WV9 5BW

Soil Farmer of the year winners farm walk! Join Tim Parton to find out more about his award winning soil management. You will get a chance to look at the crops and the fields and hear more about the innovative ways that Tim is managing his land to maximise soil health, biological activity and to build organic matter and soil carbon.

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