As part of your NFU membership, this autumn you can access a series of fortnightly virtual live events featuring NFU officeholders and experts who will navigate the issues that are affecting British farming, now and in the future.
Called NFU Live, these virtual sessions will see your NFU experts cover topics including future farm support, net zero and water, as well as a live Q&A session with the NFU President.
We’ll bring you the latest information and insight from our meetings with government and update you on policy developments to help you plan your business decisions in the months and years ahead.
Each session will end with your chance to put your questions to our panellists, with them answering these live on air.
Click on the titles below to reveal information about each of our upcoming events:
Date: 4 November
Details: As 1 January 2021 gets closer, we're shining a spotlight on trade, giving you the latest expert opinion to help your business take the necessary steps it needs to prepare for life outside the EU.
Our event “New year, new policy: farming's future relationship with the EU” will take you through our current knowledge, the NFU’s political conversations and what practical information you need to know right now.
Nick von Westenholz, NFU Director of Trade and Business Strategy
Gail Soutar, NFU chief adviser (EU Exit and International Trade)
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Further events are being planned for the following dates. Details will be added to this page in due course. In the meantime, you can register your interest to be added to the booking list and receive further information to your inbox:
We’re still adding to our NFU Live programme - keep checking this page for the chance to watch recordings of previous events and register for the ones that are coming up.
More than 790 people registered for our first NFU Live event, which promised to navigate the uncharted waters of future environmental support for our members.
The President was asked questions on Brexit, food standards, environmental support, seasonal labour and more.
Banks, succession, mental health and productivity were just a handful of the topics covered in our third NFU Live event session, which featured NFU Deputy President Stuart Roberts.
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