The Summer issue of the Farmers Club Journal is now arriving with members – and includes a timely insight into the growth of circular farming, designed to reduce environmental impacts and ensure more sustainable farming systems.
Further articles explore the wealth of talent and new business ideas from finalists in the Pinnacle Farm Business Management student awards, a drive to champion new approaches to rural leadership from the alumni of the Farmers Club Charitable Trust Leadership Programme, and a full obituary for past Chairman Sir David Naish.
A very fine St George’s Day Lunch with rugby star Dean Richards, precision farming training, rural entrepreneurialism, a Letter to the Editor and the need for good PR for British farming are also considered.
The rise of veganism features, alongside Chef’s views on the delights of bacon! The Club’s full Summer-long opening is also detailed, with a host of London-based events planned for visitors looking to stay at the Club in August.
Giggly Pig Company is the focus of a cracking Under 30s Dinner report, while Club News provides an update on Club finances and the implementation of a new Club IT system.
There is also the Annual Report & Accounts for 2018, ahead of the Club’s AGM on Tuesday 2nd July, and a Committee Nomination form – is there someone you feel should be a part of the Club’s Committee? (view the Report here)
Finally, the Journal details a host of events planned for the rest of this year, including a special Farmers Club/BCPC technical seminar entitled Profiting from new breeding techniques/staying on the right lines and a visit to Henley Royal Regatta – details and application forms included in the Journal.
For more information on all the Club’s events see the Events page – www.thefarmersclub.com/events
To become a member of the Club, visit our Membership page - www.thefarmersclub.com/membership