NFU Vice President Tom Bradshaw has been lined up to deliver a keynote address on the value of agri-tech to profitable and sustainable farming at Agri-EPI Centre’s annual conference on October 6.
Mr Bradshaw, who farms in partnership with his wife, Emily, and his parents in North Essex, is one of a group of expert speakers to be taking part in the conference, titled Agri-tech: Connecting Farmers with Technology.
Held virtually due to Covid restrictions, the panellists include farmers and other experts from across the agri-food sector.
Agri-EPI’s aim for the conference is to provide valuable insight and build collaboration as agri-tech is discussed candidly in the context of policy, investment, on-farm uptake, processor and retailer perspectives, and more.
The conference, which is supported by Landmark Systems and Lloyds Bank, runs from between 9am and 3pm on October 6, is free-of-charge and open to all. Register here.