The Trehane Trust will be hosting their Annual Dinner on Tuesday 13th November 2018 at The Farmers Club, 3 Whitehall Court, London. SW1A 2EL at 6.30pm for 7.00 pm.
Save the date - The Trehane Trust will be hosting their Annual Dinner on Tuesday 13th November 2018 at The Farmers Club, 3 Whitehall Court, London, SW1A 2EL. Further details will be available soon.
The Trehane Trust will host a Scholars’ Lunch on Wednesday 7th February 2018 at Dairy-Tech, RABDF’s new event for the dairy industry taking place at Stoneleigh, Warwickshire.
Anna Jones - Help or Hinder? How the Mainstream Media Portrays Farming to the Public
Understanding why existing high-tech systems designed for the livestock industry are largely underutilised: and what are the barriers to their successful adoption
A new report aimed at identifying a strategy for the UK dairy industry post-referendum has concluded the future is bright for dairy farmers in Brexit Britain – provided longstanding issues around productivity, marketing, the management of volatility and use of technology are addressed.
Interim findings from Trehane Fellowship study ‘Identifying a Strategy for the UK Dairy Industry Post-Brexit’ suggest the dairy sector will face harsh realities in the short term after leaving the EU – but could gain significant opportunities from the need for supply chains to work together and from ‘internationalising’ the industry’s focus.
The Trehane Trust are hosting their Annual Scholars' Dinner on Tuesday 17th October. Tickets are now available.
The conference will be a business and political event, aimed at influencing and inspiring leading farmers as well as policy and decision makers. The theme is "Scoping the Future of the UK dairy industry post-Brexit". The inaugural conference will be held in conjunction with The Trehane Trust.
Save the date - the Annual Trehane Trust Dinner will take place on Tuesday 17th October 2017 at the Farmers Club, London. Further details to follow soon
Tom Levitt has been awarded the 2017 Trehane Trust Nuffield Farming Scholarship. He will report on "Post-Brexit: Is the dairy industry getting its message across?"
Mike Houghton, a partner with farm business consultants Andersons Midlands, has been selected to receive the inaugural Trehane Fellowship, a £15,000 award from Nuffield Farming Scholarship sponsors The Trehane Trust.
A new scholarship of £15,000 to investigate a pressing strategic topic within the dairy supply chain has been announced by The Trehane Trust.
Can integration within the supply chain improve the quality and consistency of UK beef, therefore increasing supply and demand?
Sandy Wilkie milk marketing champion is speaking at The Trehane Trust dinner
Anna Jones and Thomas Allison are the new Trehane Trust Scholars who will be studying topical aspects of the dairy industry for the Trehane Trust in 2016
Thomas Allison - Study Topic: Understanding why existing high-tech systems designed for the livestock industry are largely underutilised.
Anna Jones is proud to study the coverage of Farming Issues in the News Media for The Trehane Trust and The Royal Welsh Agricultural Society in 2016
Andrew Brewer published key report: who will Milk the Cows: the recruitment, training and retention of high quality workers in the dairy industry
The Trehane Trust together with the RABDF hosted The Trehane Trust Annual Scholars’ Dinner on Tuesday 7th July 2015, the evening before the Livestock Event at the NEC.
Johnny Alvis published a fascinating report for the Trehane Trust and the Dartington Cattle Breeding Trust entitled: Achieving more from less with dairy and arable collaboration
2013 Scholar, Robert Thornhill - Forages and grazing techniques for sustainable pasture-based farming
The Trehane Trust is proud to jointly sponsor Jason Vickery with the Dartington Cattle Breeding Trust who has studied Reducing dairy farm costs to prosper in a global market
Elin Wyn Jones publishes report for the Trehane Trust on diversification in the dairy industry.
David Wynne Finch studied collaboration and people looking at alternatives to landlord/tenant and employer/employee relationships that result in profitable outcomes and offer good career opportunities in agriculture
The Trehane Trust is proud to jointly sponsor Amy Jackson with the Dartington Cattle Breeding Trust who has studied: can we learn to love the mega dairy? Politics, planning and PR?
David Helliar publishes his report into collaboration on large scale dairy farms
The Trehane Trust was proud to sponsor Phil Darke to study the future of the family farm.
Kevin Beaty - report published on consumer attitudes to milk USA, China, Australia, NZ and India