Organic Beef : Facing the Future event

21 May 2013 10:00 - 21 May 2013 16:30

Bradwell Grove Estate, Burford, Oxfordshire

Dovecote Park and The Soil Association by kind permission of Mr Reginald Heyworth invite you to:

Bradwell Grove Estate, Burford, Oxfordshire from 10am to 4.30pm on Tuesday 21 May.

  • As a dedicated beef supplier to Waitrose, Dovecote Park will highlight the opportunity available to you under the organic beef incentive package as well as plans for the future.
  • You will hear from Waitrose about their long term commitment to UK beef production and high welfare standards,
  • Soil Association will provide you with an overview of the organic market as well as illustrating the economic case for organic beef production. Experts will be on hand to answer any of your standards queries and highlight financial support avaialble to you if you are considering organic conversion.

A farm walk will also be held in the afternoon. Download a copy of the flyer here.

We welcome potential and existing organic producers as well as those considering organic conversion. Places are limited on a 'first come,first served' basis so book early to avoid disappointment. The event is FREE to attend with an organic lunch and refreshments provided. Advanced booking is essential. Closing date for bookings is Friday 19 April. To book your place, please contact Astrid Toner via producer.support@soilassociation.org.



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