All our discussion groups have a local focus / topics, and all are based on an underlying emphasis on benchmarking and the use of physical and financial data to measure and assess performance. The number of meetings and the content varies between the different discussion groups.
In all cases the groups are professionally facilitated by a local consultant, skilled in managing meetings and programmes of meetings, with the objective that advice is relayed to the attendees. The aim of each programme is to ensure that a range of topics are addressed and thereby create an integrated programme.
Women in Agriculture: Borders – Getting More Meat From GrassBorders Machinery Ring read more >
Horti-Hebrides – Diversification Options for Fruit & VegLews Castle College Campus read more >
Farming in the Online Age: Staying Safe (Thainstone)Thainstone Centre read more >
Farming in the Online Age: Staying Safe (Stirling)King Robert Hotel read more >
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