BGS & BSAS Conference-Profitable & Sustainable Grazing Systems

BGS & BSAS Conference-Profitable & Sustainable Grazing Systems

Profitable and Sustainable Grazing Systems - Moving Forward with Science                                                          BGS and BSAS have joined forces to deliver this two day conference at the Abbey Hotel, Malvern in Worcester. The conference will look at how current best practice in grazing systems for dairy, beef and sheep can be profitable and future priorities for grazing research, development and opportunities to enhance knowledge exchange.The conference will include speakers and presentations from farmers, researchers, scientists and trade from the UK and further. Members of both BGS and BSAS organisations will recieve a discounted rate when booking. BSAS members should download the form on this page to fill in and send to the office with payment to ensure you get the discounted rate.

Registration opens at 9.15am for a prompt start at 10.30am on Tuesday and 8.30am for a prompt start at 9.00am on Wednesday with lunch and refreshments provided both days. We aim to finish day one of the conference by 7.45pm. If you are staying for the dinner, this will commence at 8.00pm. We anticipate day two will be finished at 3.45pm. Please view our programme here, subject to updates. 

The Abbey is easily accessible by road, walking distance from the local train station, which also makes it great for anybody wishing to train or fly in. 

Please register early as the number of delegates is limited to 150. 


Event Date: Tue, 26/02/2013 - Wed, 27/02/2013
Event Time: 9.15am

Misc Publications
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BGS & BSAS Conference Booking Form
BGS-BSAS Conference Proceedings 2013


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