Personal Resilience: Huggate
Huggate Monitor Farm meeting
Join us for the February meeting of the Huggate Monitor Farm. The event will focus on personal resilience.
Heather Wildman of Saviour Associates will discuss the key elements of good planning. By attending this meeting you will learn how you can improve business governance and planning, as well as develop an action plan for your farm.
The Yorkshire Agricultural Society will also be in attendance offering 5 minute health check-ups health MOT and chat with nursing professionals and takeaway a free copy of our Fit for Farming booklet to share with staff and family.
Refreshments, including lunch. will be provided.
- Introduction (AHDB Knowledge Exchange)
- Heather Wildman (Saviour Associates)
About the Huggate Monitor Farm
At his 657 ha, high-altitude family farm on the top of the Yorkshire Wolds, Gary Shipley grows winter wheat for feed, winter malting barley, oilseed rape/spring barley, vining peas for Birds Eye, potatoes, using a plough-based system. He is starting to investigate using cover crops in the rotation for soil benefits and sustainable farming. Soils are calcareous silty loam soils stretching to heavier clay loam. As well as arable cropping, the farm also has 150 gimmer lambs on rough grazing in the dales and a relatively young suckler herd. Gary wants to grow and improve the business while reducing his impact on the environment. And personally, his aim is to improve his skills, learn from others and increase his knowledge of modern farming practices.
You can access information from previous meetings via the Huggate Monitor Farm page
If you have any questions about this event, please contact us using the details below.