The focal point of the show the ‘Dairy Hub’ is set to house the event’s featured speakers, seminars and workshops.
The programme of speakers, some global, will cover the most topical issues currently highlighted within the industry so expect to hear more on AMR and the strategies required to help reduce its use; whether branded milk is the future; mega dairies and how they are using the latest technological advances; Brexit and its effects on labour, exports, milk price and access to markets; an organics panel discussing risk mitigation; can we dliver the Clean air Strategy and what will the future regulation of dairy contracts look like.
The RABDF stand will adjoin the ‘Dairy Hub’ and will provide visitors with the chance for ‘Ask the Expert’ sessions with key industry figures and Council members. We will also be championing all RABDF activity including policy work, the APPG, membership, farm walks, Gold Cup, Women in Dairy and conference news.
There will also be the opportunity to explore our work into youth staff development and retention within the UK dairy farming sector and to find out exactly how we aim to have our voice heard within Government.
Seminars and workshops at Dairy-Tech are eligible for Dairy Pro points and registered Dairy Pro members can collect points which will be recorded against their personal and business profiles, giving recognition to their professionalism in dairying. To become a member register at the AHDB stand – Find out more about Dairy Pro
Official Event Opening on Barclays Stand
Mike King, RABDF Chairman and Oliver McEntyre, National Agricultural Specialist, Barclays.
Sponsored by Barclays
Thanks closing remarks