Thrings’ annual Agriculture Seminar returns

Thrings’ annual Agriculture Seminar returns

Thrings’ annual Agriculture Seminar returns this November with a focus on the “Future of Farming” and we would be delighted for you to join us.

Returning to the Royal Agricultural University, the seminar following last year’s full house event which saw more than 200 farmers and rural professionals in attendance.

This year’s event will be looking forward at how the sector could change in the coming years, with Thrings’ celebrated Agriculture teams providing a range of advice on how to strengthen and secure your businesses for the future.

Among the sessions already lined up, the seminar will include:

  • A fireside talk with Mark Charter, Harvey Davies and Jonathan Thompson on natural capital making the most of the environmental options for farmland;
  • A discussion between Andrew Morris and Jake Wennen on the future of your farm – whether to pass down or to sell;
  • An update on the latest Planning matters from the perspective of farmers and landowners with the Thrings Planning team;
  • A breakdown of how to tackle contentious probate matters and disputes over estates with Robert James and Richie Rees;
  • Plus, a special talk from the Environmental Farmers Group.

The event is taking place from 9.30am to 2pm on Friday, 10 November at the Royal Agricultural University, which will include breakfast and lunch at the University’s historic Bathurst Wing.

Thrings’ Agriculture team is one of the largest of its kind in the UK and has decades of experience in successfully supporting its clients, whether they are farmers, food producers or landowners, to achieve their aims and the potential for their business.

Its lawyers are ranked in the highest tier by both the prestigious Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners directories and has been chosen by the NFU to act for its members in more countries than any other firm. As a proud partner of Farmers Weekly, Thrings is a regular contributor to the magazine’s Business Clinic, providing its readers with reliable legal advice to their questions.

Click here and reserve your place today.


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