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    Harper Adams University’s School of Sustainable Food and Farming is proud to present its latest speaker session:

    Delivering high quality, high welfare chicken sustainably

    Monday, 31 July 2023 13:00 - 14:00 BST

    How do we continue to deliver the UK’s most popular meat to the consumer, sustainably?

    Nick Davies, Group Agriculture Director at 2 Sisters Food Group will share the challenges currently facing the sector and the solutions/ideas available to tackle them.

    He’ll also share some insight in to what 2 Sisters Food Group is doing to support its growers as part of its commitment to producing high quality/high welfare chicken.

    About the speaker

    Nick Davies

    Nick Davies, 2 Sisters Food Group

    Nick Davies is the Group Agriculture Director at one of Britain’s largest food producers – 2 Sisters Food Group.

    Nick has a wealth of experience and respect in the agri-food sector from farm to retail, food service, restaurant and export covering beef, lamb, pork and now chicken, where he plays a pivotal role in the processing of over 6.0m chickens every week.

    With a deep commitment to sustainable environmental practices in his agriculture strategy, Nick takes a holistic approach to production challenges, and delivers results utilising data analysis, technology and having the right team around him which share a common vision. “to do the right thing everyday”

    Nick is keen to drive change that delivers for his business and come up with solutions that link value, sustainability and productivity at the same time as satisfying consumer needs. With local and global challenges creating further challenges and opportunities, the role Nick and his team play becomes increasingly important as the world adapts again to unprecedented opportunity.


    Register now for this FREE event. Registration is via the Trinity GFP website.

    Cooked chicken drumsticks with sauce

    About the hosts

    The School of Sustainable Food and Farming, based at Harper Adams University and created in association with Morrisons, McDonalds and the NFU, is educating, empowering and inspiring farmers to achieve net zero through a sustainable food and farming system. The School:

    • Equips farmers with skills and knowledge towards Net Zero within sustainability parameters (economic, environmental and social).
    • Talk a common language with regards to Net Zero and sustainable farming.
    • Improves farm data to track carbon emission reductions and sequestration offsetting at a whole farm system approach.
    • Encourages new entrants into the food industry and a diversity of entrepreneurial people.

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