364: British Agriculture – The Next Generation
Malcolm Stansfield is one of the wise men of agriculture with a huge range of experience from practical farming to academia and from UK to world farming. No one is better placed to give a sensible view of the future for farming. This paper has been constructed from his notes for the prestigious 2006 Shuttleworth Lecture.
Year of Publication2006
Times are tough now but the future will be full of opportunities with the world’s soaring demand for food and fuel. The next generation of farmers will be fewer in number and will need to be better qualified, more outward looking, more market oriented, good people managers, have a better balanced life style and they will put some fun and pride back into farming
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