New products, new concepts and new ideas.

Training Hub

The Training Hub is designed to expand horizons, ways of thinking and to introduce new concepts. It will showcase groundbreaking technology and the most innovative products available to the market.

 

 

Training Hub

 

Leading land-based training and awarding organisation Lantra will be leading the ‘Training Hub’ offering CPD/taster sessions throughout February 7th at DairyTech 2024. Exhibiting in partnership with our approved training provider, Jimmy Hughes Training, these will cover advice and guidance to help keep you save on the farm when going about your daily routine of handling and moving cattle, the use of machinery and general livestock health.

Situated on Stand E14, close to the catering area there will be sessions running at set times, with experienced industry professionals on hand to offer advice in between. Lantra’s Head of Industry Partnerships, David Fisher will also be available to answer any questions you may have about training and qualifications for yourself or your staff to ensure you are keeping everyone safe and meeting requirements of the HSE.

 

  • Session 1 is at 11.00 and will focus on Health & Safety on Farms

 

  • Session 2 is at 12.00 and will focus on Better Livestock Handling for you and your herd

 

  • Session 3 is at 14.00 and will focus on Livestock health and what to do when you spot a problem

 

 

Countdown to event

257 Days 7 Hours 38 Mins 30 Secs

Date Event

Wednesday 5th February 2025

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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.

A copy of the Training Hub timetable will be available to download below shortly.

Events

  1. Emissions, Low Carbon & Dairy: Where Next?

    Chaired By Tim Downes, RABDF.

    Phil Bicknell, Head of Business Development, CIEL.

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  2. Improving Your Future & Finances by Carbon Calculating

    Chaired By Tim Downes, RABDF.

    Andy Paine, Head of Ruminant Marketing, ForFarmers

    Time:

    Sponsor:

  3. Early Animal Health Detection- Technologies for Intervention

    Chaired by Mike King, RABDF.

    Duncan Forbes, Head of Dairy, Agri-Epi; John Wisbey, Chordata; Anthony Marsh, Hoof Count.

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    Sponsor:

  4. Learn More About Funding Opportunities and Innovation Within the Dairy Sector

    Chaired by Mike King, RABDF.

    Andrew McLay, Innovation UK Lead, UKRI; Jon Blake, CCO, Biofactory; Veena Adityan, Founder & CEO, SmartBell; Dr David Townsend, Head of Research, EnviroSystems Ltd; Aled Rhyd, Director, Pruex; Caroline Griffin, Knowledge Transfer Manager, KTN.

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  5. An Update on the Animal Health & Welfare Pathway

    Chaired by Liz Russell- EnviroSystems

    Fran Edmonds, Head of Animal Welfare Schemes & Labelling, DEFRA.

    Time:

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  6. Autonomous Licestock Monitoring to Increase Herd Health and Productivity

    Chaired by Liz Russell- EnviroSystems

    CattleEye

    Time:

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  7. Want to reduce your risk of mastitis and DD? Cobiotex could be the answer…

    Chaired by Liz Russell- EnviroSystems

    Dr Henry Russell, EnviroSystems Director & Biochemist

    Time:

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  8. Mastitis Pathogen Identification Using Accumast

    Chaired by Liz Russel- EnviroSystems

    Lyle Hardman, Key Accounts Manager (Dairy), Calibre Control.

    Time:

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  9. Feeding Lower Protein Diets and Increasing the Use of Forage Legumes in Dairy Cow Diets

    Chaired by Mark Young- CIEL

    Liam Sinclair, Harper Adams University

    Time:

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  10. Novel Use of Sensors and Imaging for Prediction of Calf Health and Welfare

    Chaired by Mark Young- CIEL

    Jasmeet Kaler, The University of Nottingham

    Time:

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  11. Using Metabolomics to Find Biomarkers for Lameness in Dairy Cows

    Chaired by Mark Young- CIEL

    Laura Randall, The University of Nottingham.

    Time:

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  12. How to Monitor and Interpret Data to Help Dairy Producers Improve Reproductive Management

    Chaired by Mike King, RABDF.

    Dr Matt Utt, Senior Dairy Product Analyst, Zoetis, & DCRC Past President, USA.

    Time:

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  13. How Robotics Reduced the Carbon Footprint of a Dairy Farm’s Milk Production by 30%

    Chaired by Mike King, RABDF.

    Evie Rogers, Net Zero Advisor, Carbon Metrics.

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  14. From Parlour to Robotics: All Farm Sizes

    Chaired by Mike King, RABDF.

    Ben Nottage, Dairy XL Account Manager, Lely.

    Time:

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  15. Mitigating External Market Risks

    Chaired by Karen Halton, RABDF.

    James Hague, Head of Agriculture, Mole Valley Farmers.

    Time:

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  16. Future Proofing Farms from External Risks

    Chaired by Karen Halton, RABDF.

    Diarmaid Mac Colgáin, CEO & Founder, Concept Dairy.

    Time:

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  17. Optimising Herd Fertility- The Small Gains Matter

    Chaired by Karen Halton, RABDF.

    Phil Elkins BVM&S CertAVP (cattle) MRCVS, Dyneval.

    Time:

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  18. The Business Case for on Farm Vending Machines

    Chaired by Karen Halton, RABDF.

    Daniel Saunders, The Milk Station Company

    Time:

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  19. Maximising Milk Profits- Dairy Farmers Cutting Out the Middlemen

    Chaired by Karen Halton, RABDF.

    Ray Blackburn, Managing Director, Fresh Keg.

    Time:

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  20. Q Fever, A Disease of Underestimated Consequences for UK Dairy Farmers

    Chaired by Karen Halton, RABDF.

    Renzo Di Florio, Veterinary Advisor, Ceva Animal Health.

    Time:

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  21. Lets Talk About the Sustainable Farming Incentive

    Chaired by Will Armitage, RABDF.

    Fran Edmonds, Head of Animal Welfare Schemes & Labelling, DEFRA.

    Time:

    Sponsor:

  22. What the Sustainable Farming Incentive Means to Me

    Chaired by Will Armitage, RABDF.

    Dairy Farmer

    Time:

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