The Scottish Dairy Hub and Kite Consulting have secured a line-up for his or her question-and-answer seminar at AgriScot, Scotland’s premier agricultural winter occasion.
The occasion, which can happen on November 16, will likely be held in Highland Corridor, Ingliston, Edinburgh.
This 12 months’s panel contains George Burgess, director of agriculture and rural financial system at Scottish authorities; Paul Savage, UK agricultural director at Arla Fods; Sarah Simpson, farm director and agri-policy specialist; and journalist and market analyst, Chris Walkland.
After a 12 months’s absence, Becki Leach, senior marketing consultant at Kite Consulting, will likely be chairing this 12 months’s debate which will likely be in seminar room one and can begin at 1:00p.m.
Each organisations have joined forces once more to placed on a single occasion which can guarantee key audio system will give an perception to the brief and long-term outlook, alternatives and challenges for Scottish dairy farmers.
As in earlier years, there will likely be a chance for dairy farmers and stakeholders to carry alongside their questions for the panel and take heed to the most recent market intel.
The Nationwide Farmers’ Union (NFU) of Scotland stated that the panel has “a wealth of expertise on dairy points at home, nationwide and worldwide ranges”.
“Their information and expertise surrounding points on Scottish agriculture, local weather change, market forces and dairy provide chains will guarantee an insightful debate and make this a must-attend occasion,” it stated.
The Scottish Dairy Hub is encouraging dairy farmers to ask questions on to the business figures on the panel.
Leach concluded: “There are some outstanding points on the horizon for dairy farmers in Scotland and it is a incredible alternative to grasp and talk about these with an professional panel.”