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Please note that due to the current health crisis caused by coronavirus, many of the shows and events in the agricultural and horiticultural sectors have been cancelled or postponed. 

Meeting our members and the public is incredibly important to the NFU and that's why we attend industry exhibitions and agricultural shows up and down the country, throughout the year.

We tailor our presence to maximise the opportunities for networking, education and hospitality - giving you the best opportunity to meet NFU staff and officeholders in a welcoming environment.

As the voice of British farming we support agriculture’s key trade events such as Cereals, LAMMA, The Dairy Event, Pig & Poultry, Croptec, British Potato and UK Dairy Day. Then, of course, there's our own national annual conference in Birmingham in February, which sets the agenda for the farming year.

You will also see us out and about at over 20 of the UK’s most prestigious county agricultural shows, including The Great Yorkshire, Royal Cornwall, Royal Norfolk and the Royal Welsh. Co-ordinated and staffed by our regional teams, these events are key dates in the calendar and a highlight of the summer for many.

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Wednesday
21
April

NFU Live: Accessing your farming future

During this evening NFU Live event we will hear from farmers who have paved their way within the agricultural industry, either starting from scratch or via planned succession, and industry experts with top tips on getting in and staying in.

This is a NFU Live event for members

Friday
23
April

How to be export fit for the future: Red meat masterclass

The NFU has partnered with the DIT and the AHDB to bring you an event about the global demand for UK red meat products, and how you can prepare to take advantage of the benefits of exporting.

This is a virtual event

Wednesday
5
May

NFU Live: Focus on Net Zero

In this NFU Live virtual event we'll be focussing on the subject of Net Zero.

This is a NFU Live event for members


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