Rougham: Suffolk FWAG event will look at best farming practice

Farmer John Pawsey, with his organic wheat crop at at Alpheton

Farmer John Pawsey, with his organic wheat crop at at Alpheton

FARMING adviser Suffolk FWAG is bringing together a range of experts for a conference on best practice this month.

The half day event at Ravenwood Hall in Rougham on Thursday, February 28, will give practical tips on keepings yields and profits high while limiting the impact on long term agricultural sustainability.

Chairman and farmer John Pawsey will introduce five speakers, starting with Professor Brian Chambers of environmental consultancy ADAS who will talk about how to make better use of manures and David Whattoff, of precision farming firm SOYL will explain variable depth cultivations.

Contact caroline.blew@suffolkfwag.co.uk for details.


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