Webinar: Tuesday 26 October 2021, 7pm – 8pm

In 2028, what would you like your farm to look like?

Over the next seven years, farmers across England will have to navigate the loss of their Basic Payment Scheme payments. To successfully adapt, we need to understand what lies ahead and take action to prepare. This webinar will give you the tools and knowledge to make the right decisions for you and your farm business.

We will cover:

  • The changes due to happen to farm payments over the next six years
  • New schemes on the horizon to replace BPS
  • Ways to adapt to the loss of payments

There will be a Q&A with a panel of experts so you can ask any questions about the agriculture transition.


The webinar will be lead by ADAS Technical Director James who has 30 years of experience in dairy consultancy, financial and business management. James is also a sustainable beef and pig farmer, having successfully converted his traditional dairy farm into a more diversified business.

About the Future Farming Resilience Fund

From August 2021 to February 2022, ADAS will be delivering free, tailored one to one advice, events and skills development workshops to help farmers and land managers to navigate the changes brought about by the Agricultural Transition. Any farmer across England who are currently claiming BPS can apply through ADAS. The aims are to:

  • Help understand the changes that are happening as a result of the Agricultural Transition;
  • Identify if, how, what and when you may need to adapt your business model;
  • Access tailored support to address these changes.

Under the scheme we are also offering free 1 to 1 advice sessions with one of our experienced consultants, to discuss the opportunities and challenges for your business. There will be more information on this at the event or you can register directly at resilience@adas.co.uk

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