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Co-operation and Collaboration – The Benefits of Working Together

The benefits of co-operation are well-evidenced.  Co-operation involves farmers and others, working together to achieve a commercial objective, which they cannot achieve independently and individually. Through co-operation, members help themselves, pro-actively taking responsibility for generating value and sustainable services in which they have a common purpose.

To showcase the benefits of increased co-operation and collaboration we have brought together a range of expert speakers and farmers actively participating some form of co-operation to share their experiences.

The Benefits of Working Together webinar will be chaired by Kerry Allison from SAC Consulting. Our guest speakers are: Anna Robertson, Project Manager, SAOS, who are the experts on co-operation and supply chain collaboration; Hector Munro, Foulis Farms, Ross-Shire, discussing the benefits of sharing machinery and Caroline Black, Backboath Farm, Arbroath,  on forming an agrochemical buying group (Black Agri Services).

Lie this webinar – you can book on to the next one in the series here.

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