Visit us at Grassland and Muck 2017


Drop in at stand 401 next week to meet with NFU policy advisers and specialists from the Campaign for the Farmed Environment.

NFU senior plant health adviser, Emma Hamer, will be on hand with tips on using grassland herbicides to maintain your pastures safely including advice on when to target weeds, protecting water courses and drift reduction technology. You can also find out more about the Voluntary Initiative.


We will be providing refreshments for NFU members on both days of the show. Our stand will feature vehicles from two of our affinity partners, Toyota and Suzuki, and our Commercial Partnerships team will be available to discuss all the savings and benefits available to NFU members.

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Event information

Grassland and Muck showcases the latest technology and business information on forage production, harvesting, storage and utilisation as well as the latest in muck management and application.

Due to the working nature of the event, children are not encouraged to attend. No dogs will be allowed on site, except for guide dogs.


By car: Free parking is available. Follow the road signs and instructions of event marshals.

By train: The nearest train stations are Coventry, Leamington Spa, Warwick and Warwick Parkway. All are a short taxi ride away.

By air: The closest airport is Birmingham International which is approximately 20 minutes away by taxi.

What is the Campaign for the Farmed Environment?

The Campaign for the Farmed Environment (CFE) highlights environmental management, including the responsible use of crop protection products, by signposting best practice in soil management, crop nutrition and pesticide use.

It helps farmers to support the natural environment while farming productively and gives them the opportunity to demonstrate their green credentials to the rest of the industry and the general public.

Visit the CFE website for a range of guidance documents, case studies and useful advice  for both arable and livestock farms and a guide to grassland management.

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