Come to the farm walk to find out more about Anthony Pearce’s award winning soil management.
Anthony farms in Buckinghamshire and is in the process of transitioning the farm to a regenerative approach. Focussing on building soil health by stacking enterprises, including diverse rotations and improving nutrient use efficiency were some of the reasons why Anthony has been recognised in this year’s competition. The farm walk will start at 6.30 and provide a good opportunity to hear more about soil management on this farm.
The event will take place outside and refreshments will be provided.
Booking for this walk is essential – to book your place please contact Becky Willson at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone / text at 07875 356611.
Venue: Moat Farm, Marsh Lane, Stoke Mandeville, Bucks, HP22 5UZ
Event date: Monday, July 12, 2021 – 18:30 to 20:45
Come along and find out why Tom Sewell has been awarded this year’s top prize in the Soil Farmer of the Year competition!
Tom farms around 500ha across Kent running a simple low cost arable system focussing on building soil health, maintaining production and regenerating the landscape. An early pioneer of reduced cultivation, Tom’s Nuffield scholarship in 2013 ignited his enthusiasm in soil health and the system has grown from strength to strength.
This walk will be a chance to hear more about Tom’s soil management, cropping, rotation and cultivation strategy as well as to have a walk around the farm and dig deeper into his soils and transition.
The walk will start at 6.30pm. Tea / coffee and refreshments will be provided.
Due to the COVID restrictions we are limiting numbers on the farm walk to 30 people, as such, it is important to book your place on the walk by contacting Becky Willson at email@example.com or by phone / text on 07875 356611.
VENUE: Warnham Farm, Hunt Street, West Farleigh, ME15 0ND.
Event date: Wednesday, July 14, 2021 – 17:30 to 21:15
Come along and learn more about why Sam has been awarded livestock Soil Farmer of the Year 2021.
Sam Vincent farms 130ha in Dorset, running a dairy herd of 100 cows and followers. He transitioned to organic in May 2018, and all of his land is down to permanent pasture. Sam impressed the judges with his ability to make a regenerative system work on a dairy farm with permanent pasture. Using the cattle as a tool, he has improved the diversity in his pastures by adapting his grazing management from a traditional New Zealand paddock grazing system to a mob grazing approach which he follows now. This has improved his soil health, the resilience of his fields and the ability to provide grazing for extended periods.
Sam will be hosting a farm walk on the 22nd July starting at 6.30pm. The event will be run in a COVID secure manner, and as such although the event is free to attend, booking is essential. Refreshments will be provided and there will be a chance to hear more from Sam about his grazing system, youngstock management, maintaining diversity in permanent pastures and much more. Don’t miss out, book your place today!
Venue: Rookery Farm, Leigh, Sherborne, Dorset, DT96JA
Date: Thursday 22nd July, 6.30pm.
Book your place by contacting Becky on 07875 356611 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org