29 July 2020


Join us live from the comfort of your own home where our demonstration farmers will show, first hand, how new technology and different management techniques are changing the way they farm. We will be answering your questions live with the host farmers and the panel of experts at each event.

Fferm Rhiwaedog Demonstration Farm is a 142 hectare (ha) upland farm operating as a beef and sheep farm. This event will be centred around Improving productivity and efficiency from grass and evaluating the benefits of heat detection technology to provide gains in suckler cow fertility

During the live event, a range of experts will be discussing:

  • The projects - what are we aiming to achieve
  • Herd fertility - providing gains (Joe Angell, Wern Vets) 
  • Moocall Heat - how does it work? 
  • Grassland efficiency - improving productivity from grass (Chris Duller, Independent Grassland Specialist)
  • HCC Stoc+ project - improving your herd's health.

As well as discussing the projects, our experts will be offering general advice and recommendations, with the aim of helping you improve your business.

*All or part of this webinar will be in Welsh therefore a translation service will be available.

To book your place, call us on 08456 000 813, or email gwawr.hughes@menterabusnes.co.uk

Farming Connect, which is delivered by Menter a Busnes and Lantra, has received funding through the Welsh Government Rural Communities -Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.

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