The British Cattle Breeding convention will concentrate on the theme of ‘Difficult Traditions’ when it returns to have fun its seventy fifth 12 months this month
The convention will return to in-person format on January 23-25, following two years of digital occasions, later this month at Telford Lodge and Golf Resort in Shropshire.
The British Cattle Breeders Membership (BCBC) has stated the convention will intention to problem pondering and promote dialogue round how the business can compete within the international market.
The occasion may also showcase how genetics and breeding practices can drive sustainability with classes protecting dairy and beef specialisms.
BCBC chair, Amy Hughes, stated: “We’re so excited to welcome folks again to the convention, nose to nose, and for the membership’s seventy fifth anniversary.
“The theme is precisely what’s says on the tin and there’s certain to be some full of life and thought-provoking dialogue.
“There’s little question that our business goes to need to adapt and alter, and our line-up of progressive and modern audio system can be there to information the way in which.”
Audio system on the convention will embrace:
- Dr. Judith Bryans of Dairy UK;
- Lucianne Allen of Aubrey Allen butchers;
- Aled Evans, Farmers Weekly Beef Farmer of the Yr 2021;
- Rainer Roehe of Scotland’s Rural School (SRUC);
- Phil Garnsworthy of Nottingham College;
- John Giles of Promar;
- Ben Nottage of Lely.
Occasion organisers stated the day classes will shut with a farmer panel ‘Better of British Breeding’ to provoke dialogue on how science could be put into apply on farm.