19 October 2022
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Good grazing is the key to improved animal welfare.
And improved animal welfare and productivity also benefits the environment. Moreover, working in a way that is mindful to the environment will enable farmers to feed the nation and secure an agricultural legacy for the future. When we think about consumers, they are increasingly concerned about animal welfare and climate change. What can we do to ensure we are meeting the demands of the consumer?
Hosted by the National Sheep Association, Matthew Foulkes, DVM MRCVS and director at Black Mountains Farm Services, Paddy Long from Grazing technologists Ruumi and Nic Buckley Biggs, Director of Sustainability at AgriWebb will offer their take on how you can make the most of your grazing with practical guidance.
Find out why your pasture and animal welfare are the key to an assured farming legacy.