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    Get Involved

    From boards and committees to school visits and Monitor Farms, there are a number of ways that growers and other levy payers can take part in AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds activity.

Monitor Farms

Monitor Farm _Nov 14

Monitor Farms are normal commercial farms where the farmer is prepared to allow other farmers access to the farm - and to the decision-making process.

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Strategic Farms

Strategic Farms Temp

Strategic Farms for arable farmers run for six years to allow independent research to be conducted across a full rotation. As approaches tested are subject to full cost-benefit analyses, they can help farmers assess the possibility of making changes on their own farms.

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Arable Business Groups

Arable Business Groups

An Arable Business Group is a group of growers that want to:

- Improve business management skills
- Understand costs of production
- Investigate pricing strategies
- Share information
- Focus on relevant issues affecting their business
- Make efficient use of industry experts

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Educational activities

Involvement with education

Many farmers are passionate about the importance of educating youngsters about where food comes from and how it is produced – but where to start?

AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds, alongside other Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board divisions, offers a range of free advice, information and resources to help farmers get involved in education and support its objective of raising awareness and understanding of food and farming in the next generation.

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