Dairy Tech Online Event

Dairy Tech Online Event

Dairy Tech Online Event

Dairy Tech Online Event

Dairy Tech Online Event

Dairy Tech Online Event

Dairy-Tech Online Event

Covid-19 sees Dairy-Tech 2021 Replaced with Two-Week-Long Online Event

The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF) has taken the decision to alter the format of Dairy-Tech 2021 due to ongoing Covid-19 concerns by instead hosting a series of online events over a fortnight from 3 February to 17 February.

Dairy-Tech Online will feature some of the popular attractions of the live event. These include the Innovation and Dairy Hub, foot trimming demonstration as well a series of online workshops, webinars, conferences, new product briefings and debates.

International speakers will feature in many of the sessions due the increased accessibility moving online brings. Together with experts from the UK they will showcase content relevant for all farming systems covering the latest dairy innovations, timely policy updates as well as practical workshops- including sessions on mental health in farming and Brexit.

Delegates can tune in from the comfort of their own home with the daily online sessions starting every day after morning milking at 10.30am as well as being available to view afterwards.

Immaterial of what system you farm or your herd size, Dairy-Tech online is inclusive and has something for everyone.

We are extremely proud to bring you Dairy-Tech online fortnight which will consist of blocks of daily online activity, which will vary in format from conference, webinars, workshop, new product launches and award ceremonies.  Each activity will have either an RABDF or guest specialist host.  You can expect to find information, knowledge sharing, insight and advice from the best in the business from the UK and worldwide.


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