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CAAV at Oxford Farming Conference 2022


With the Oxford Farming Conference now going remote in response to the pandemic, the CAAV is to deliver the first of the on-line fringe events on the opening Wednesday 5th January.

The CAAV’s 45 minute session at 8 a.m. has Jeremy Moody discussing:

Farming and Land Use: Having Control

We face changing economics, policies, markets, technologies and climate and new demands on land use from nature and carbon. Now outside the CAP, these might prompt much change in who is farming what land in which ways. Those decisions are personal – what might we do?

While the revised digital programme for the Wednesday, Thursday and Friday is still to be announced on the Conference website, the programme also includes:

  • government presentations by George Eustice, Lesley Griffiths and Edwin Poots
  • international, trading and scientific speakers
  • the launch of the OFC Report Natural Capital: The Battle for Control

On-line tickets for the three days of the Conference can still be bought for £45 plus VAT (£54) from the Conference website at:

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