Lincolnshire Farming Conference 2019
As the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society celebrates its 150th year in 2019, the major theme of the upcoming conference will be ‘for the next 150 years’ – discussing, and debating, how far the industry has come and what’s next for the sector.
Jelf's Lincoln office are proud sponsors of the conference, and will also be exhibiting at the event along with other local businesses on the 26 February 2019.
Robert Borrill, chairman of the Lincolnshire Farming Conference Committee, said: “We are thrilled to be celebrating 150 years of the Society in 2019. With Lincolnshire being one of the biggest agricultural counties it is great to be able to bring the local farming community together with leading international experts to discuss the future of the agricultural industry – both short-term with Brexit and long-term as we look to the next 150 years.
Dr David Hughes
Emeritus Professor of Food Marketing at Imperial College London and Visiting Professor at the Royal Agricultural University, UK
Turning global food trends into profitable opportunities.
NFU Chief EU Withdrawal and International Trade Adviser
Expert insight on how farmers can navigate Brexit
The Lincolnshire Showground is well placed geographically attracting both attendees and exhibitors from throughout the Midlands, as well as further afield.
The exhibition is open from 11am to 5.30pm and refreshments will be available alongside networking opportunities. A reception for the Impact Group, the Society’s networking group for under 35s, will also take place after the conference ends at 5.15pm.
Tickets are available now and cost £15 for adults, £6 for students, with members of the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society free to attend once registered, including lunch. To book a place at the 2019 conference, click here.
For regular updates, follow the Lincolnshire Farming Conference on Twitter @LincsShowground or join the conversation at #LFC2019.
For more information about the annual Lincolnshire Farming Conference, contact your local Jelf office or call 01522 522900.