20 October 2022
The Oxford Farming Conference launches ticket sales and announces new sponsor.
TICKETS are available for the 2023 Oxford Farming Conference (OFC), themed “Farming a New Future”, which will be a hybrid event, offering both live and online opportunities.
Taking place from January 4th to 6th 2023, the 77th event is expected to attract more than 650 delegates to its venue in Oxford, England, as well as hundreds more online.
The new programme will allow more time for networking and social events than in previous years, and there will be four core sessions for delegates to engage with. The first will take place on Wednesday evening at The Oxford University Museum of Natural History, where the OFC Report, which is focused on supply chain synergies, will be presented.
Delegates will return to the Oxford Examination Schools for the remaining three sessions, each welcoming multiple speakers and presentations from across the world.
• Thursday morning - The Big Picture: Regenerative economies: political and trade systems for healthy, vibrant farming and communities
• Thursday afternoon - Business and Innovation: Tomorrow's toolbox: businesses, ideas and innovation fit for the future
• Friday morning - Taking Responsibility: Doing differently – leadership, inspiration, and personal responsibility for what's next.
The Oxford Union will host the renowned OFC debate, with the motion “This house believes that humans will not be needed on farms in a generation”.
For further details, prices and tickets information, visit our events page here.