'Dairy Farming overseas- what can we learn?' Cheshire Grassland Society Meeting

'Dairy Farming overseas- what can we learn?' Cheshire Grassland Society Meeting

Cheshire Grassland Society Meeting

Dairy Farming overseas- what can we learn?’

Thursday 8th of March 2018
7:45 pm
Speaker: Adam Clay
Venue: Lecture Theatre, Reaseheath College

 ‘Evening kindly sponsored by Rostons’

Join Cheshire Grassland Society for the March meeting with speaker Adam Clay, Head of Technical for NWF Agriculture.

Having grown up on his family dairy and beef farm in Staffordshire, Adam graduated from Harper Adams with an honours degree in Agriculture and Animal Science in 2003.

After some time working on local dairy farms Adam spent 5 years with Trouw Nutrition (formally Frank Wright Ltd) as a technical advisor in mineral nutrition before spending 5 years as a specialist in dairy nutritionist for AHDB. Adam then spent some time as an independent nutritionist before re-joining Trouw Nutrition to manage their Ruminant department.

Most recently Adam and his family have spent 2 years in New Zealand as country technical manager for Lallemand animal nutrition before returning to England in September 2017 to begin the role as head of technical for NWF Agriculture.

Non-members are welcome, light refreshment will be served after the evening’s talk which gives an excellent opportunity to continue the evening’s discussion.


Event Date: Thu, 08/03/2018
Event Time: 7:45pm


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