Virtual YIELD & RNAA: Reflections on 2020 and a look ahead into 2021

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Minette Batters needs little introduction, at the helm of UK agriculture in the position of NFU president ably navigating turbulent times.

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This is an opportunity to review the year just gone and to look ahead. Minette Batters will present her views and attendees will have the opportunity to share their questions and ideas.

Minette is a tenant farmer from Wiltshire, she has been NFU President since 2018. Minette's farm includes a beef herd, a wedding venue, sheep and arable. She is a member of the BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour 2020 Power List and a subject of Desert Island Discs. Notably she agreed to commit the NFU to a target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040, has passionately argued the cause for British food standards in the face of possible trade deal imports and was a co-founder of 'Ladies in Beef' and 'The Great British Beef Week'.

This YIELD and RNAA event will be delivered through ZOOM. After registering through Eventbrite, you will receive a confirmation email which will include the ZOOM link to join the meeting. The confirmation email will come from Eventbrite.

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YIELD stands for Young, Innovative, Enterprising, Learning and Developing.  It’s a thriving new network for younger members’ of the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association.
YIELD was formed to meet the demand for a rural business network in Norfolk. It combines professional development, training and the opportunity to socialise for farming professionals and business owners in an informal way.

The RNAA gives YIELD administrative support and promotes the activities of the group through access to training, funding and contacts. The network is steered by members of the YIELD organising committee. The group is independent and does not represent any commercial interests.

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