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The South of England Agricultural Society celebrates farming, agriculture and the countryside through annual seasonal country shows and events
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SEAS 17h
will be hunting for the Class of 2018 at our , so dust off your rolling pin and put your best pud forward
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SEAS 20h
The brilliant band Harry's Tricks will be performing at our this weekend
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SEAS Nov 19
Fab Christmas parties with this December in with prices from £37.50pp - too!
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SEAS Nov 18
Excited to announce Harry’s Tricks, and Jon Hicks will be preforming LIVE MUSIC at our
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SEAS Nov 17
Applications for the 2018 are open & they’ll be at our searching for Star Bakers!
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SEAS Nov 16
Our Winter Fair is on 25 & 26 Nov, you’ll have a chance to sample & order farm fresh turkeys from
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SEAS Nov 16
There's still time to enter! You could win tickets to our fantastic . Visit our Facebook for more
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SEAS Nov 15
Chair of South of England Farming Conference concluded that farmers like other businesses are concerned about the future, but tonight raised many positive notes, including the increase in young people entering farming & is here to support our farmers.
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SEAS Nov 15
Peter Kendall says we want to challenge farmers to look at what they are doing and compare this with the competition in other countries and make sure we're doing the best we can do. Prepare, whether farming faces revolution or evolution, to do better, learning from other farmers.
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SEAS Nov 15
Peter Kendall shares analysis of what impacts Brexit might have on farmers. Three scenarios - Evolution, Unilateral liberalisation or Fortress Britain. How do we look forward to the challenges that come from each of these scenarios?
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SEAS Nov 15
David Wilson from Duchy Home Farm finished his argument with conclusion that whilst farming will always need revolution, this should be balanced with an element of quite evolution. Peter Kendall former Pres of NFU and Chairman of AHDB now on!
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SEAS Nov 15
David Wilson says influence of multi-nationals is destructive force which guides in wrong direction - controlling plant and animal breeding and seducing farmers to 'take the easy option'. Diversity of the gene pool is the solution, not the uniformity that they promote.
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SEAS Nov 15
David Wilson makes a strong point about cheap food being subsidised by farmers - and taken for granted by consumers - the reason we waste over 7 million tonnes of food each year!
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AHDB Dairy Oct 25
Applications close this Friday! Could you be the next Strategic Dairy Farm? Apply today!
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SEAS Nov 15
David Wilson, Farm Manager at Duchy Home Farm, exemplar for organic production methods is next on the platform at South of England Farming Conference - sharing crop rotation, composting and other soil enhancing ideas - and how useful sheep are for improving ground for crops.
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SEAS Nov 15
Youngest Appleton Chris - who was this week named Grand Finalist in Sussex Young Farmer of the Year - focused on need to be more efficient and to produce our food more sustainably to capitalise on what the customer wants today - more transparency about how we farm.
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SEAS Nov 15
Great video about Appleton's dairy farm from 92-yr-old Allan, followed by son Peter on massive tech advances causing huge expansion of farm - 1/2m to 4.2m litres milk in 10 years! His message 'One thing is certain and that is that the pace of change will never be as slow as now!'
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James Osman Nov 15
Packed house for the Farming Conference tonight chaired by
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SEAS Nov 15
South of England Farming Conference debate has started - three generations of the Appletons, Allan, Peter and Chris; David Wilson; and Peter Kendall will be debating tonight if farming is facing slow evolution or a tech revolution over the next 50 years!
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SEAS Nov 15
Looking forward to the South of England tonight. Still time to register your FREE place
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