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03/09/2020
Richard Leask, 2019 SA Nuffield Scholar

Richard Leask, 2019 SA Nuffield Scholar

With support from Wine Australia, Richard Leask travelled across Japan, Singapore, Indonesia, France, Canada, Kenya, Zimbabwe, South Africa, New Zealand and ...

Dont miss the Nuffield Brazil next live webinar with 3 amazing guests!www.bit.ly/nuffieldtalks2608  to get all the detai...
26/08/2020

Dont miss the Nuffield Brazil next live webinar with 3 amazing guests!
www.bit.ly/nuffieldtalks2608 to get all the details, then set yourself a reminder with your time zone
This is an open and free event, so please share with those you know that have an interest!

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🇧🇷ALINE BORTOLI IGNACIO is a second generation family member of the Bom Futuro company, a Nuffield Scholarship investor and world agribusiness giant, with around 7,000 employees and 600,000 hectares of planted area in Mato Grosso Brazil. Within Bom Futuro, Aline has worked in the marketing and fish farming sectors, as well as the managing the supply area. Together with her husband and three children, they also run their own arable farm. In recent years she has focused her efforts, together with other cousins, on the intergenerational family relationships and activities to preserve and support the family business. She also is heavily involved in capacity building programs in Bom Futuro, including the Seeds of the Future program that offers extra-curricular education opportunities such as learning English, dance and music to children at local schools. Aline, together with three other cousins, founded Instituto Farmun to tell the story of agribusiness within school curriculum and also with broader society. Aline has a degree in Business Administration and Communication, with a focus in agribusiness marketing.

🇦🇺 PETER NIXON with his family, runs a 10,000 ha farming operation in Western Australia producing canola, cereal grains and merino sheep for wool and meat. He is a 1990 Nuffield Scholar and studied the wool processing industry and minimum tillage. Over many years, Peter has been involved with numerous industry and community organisations, including wool research, Agricultural Department review panel and chaired an advisory panel to the Minister for Agriculture. He has served as Chairman of Nuffield Australia, and from 2008 to 2011 as Chairman of Nuffield International, during which time the structure of the organisation was updated to its present form. He is currently a Councillor for his Local Government, which is a voluntary community service role.

🇿🇦 THATO MOAGI is a 2017 Nuffield Scholar and agriprereneur and first generation farmer from South Africa. As a Nuffield Scholar, Thato's research was focused on "Integrated Food Production Systems in Developing Economies", including addressing of key economic and social issues such as ways to encourage adoption and how supportive legislation can lead to improved on-farm productivity. Thato is the Managing Director of her farm, which produces indigenous cattle, sheep, and goats and edible plants. Thato also does advocacy work promoting the presence of youth and women in agriculture and has contributed on various platforms such as the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the United Nations (UN) as well as serving as an advisor on Land Reform for the Presidency of South Africa.

25/08/2020
Bourse Nuffield 2021 - Candidatures

Les candidatures à la bourse Nuffield France 2021 sont ouvertes !

Un Parcours d’études agricoles exigeant
Le parcours Nuffield ne revêt aucune dimension universitaire. Néanmoins, c’est une expérience exigeante où vous serez amené à sortir de votre zone de confort et à représenter la France au sein du réseau Nuffield International, en plus de votre vie professionnelle et personnelle.
Pour candidater, il faut avoir une expérience professionnelle dans le monde agricole, avoir moins de 45 ans, avoir envie de faire le point, de trouver de nouvelles idées, de mener une réflexion et d'approfondir un sujet concernant l’agriculture et inscrit dans une démarche de développement durable. Enfin, une certaine maîtrise de l’anglais et la possibilité de s’organiser pour partir au moins 12 semaines à l’étranger dans les 2 ans suivant la sélection sont indispensables.
Depuis 1982, de 1 à 3 LAURÉATS sont sélectionnés tous les ans parmi des candidats de valeur issus du monde agricole, avec une priorité réservée aux exploitants agricoles. Une enveloppe d’environ 12 000€, en fonction des ressources de l’association, leur est accordée afin de financer leurs voyages d’étude dans le monde (inclus la Contemporary Scholars Conference).
De nombreux Lauréats ont eu ensuite des responsabilités professionnelles dans diverses instances qui reconnaissent l’enrichissement que le parcours Nuffield a apporté.

NUFFIELD : l’ambition de communiquer et rassembler autour d’une agriculture positive et entreprenante
L’association NUFFIELD FRANCE fait partie intégrante de NUFFIELD INTERNATIONAL, créé en 1947 en Angleterre. Depuis, 1600 lauréats de Grande-Bretagne, d’Irlande, des Pays-Bas, de France, d’Australie, de Nouvelle-Zélande, du Brésil, du Chili, du Zimbabwe, du Canada et des Etats-Unis ont pu approfondir leur connaissance de l’agriculture dans le monde et développer un réseau mondial de professionnels agricoles.
NUFFIELD France est une association de loi 1901, d’intérêt général. Elle sélectionne ses propres lauréats et en assure le financement grâce à ses partenaires.

Les candidatures à la bourse Nuffield 2021 sont ouvertes
21/08/2020
Les candidatures à la bourse Nuffield 2021 sont ouvertes

Les candidatures à la bourse Nuffield 2021 sont ouvertes

Nuffield est un réseau d’agriculteur international qui permet aux lauréats découvrir les pratiques culturales de différentes régions du monde à travers des voyages d’étude. Chaque année, un à trois lauréats porteurs de sujets d’étude bénéficient d’une enveloppe d’environ...

🌎🤔 vous hésitez à postuler à la bourse Nuffield?➡️ Quel a été l'impact de Nuffield sur les parcours des lauréats et la v...
14/07/2020

🌎🤔 vous hésitez à postuler à la bourse Nuffield?
➡️ Quel a été l'impact de Nuffield sur les parcours des lauréats et la valeur ajoutée pour les filières ? ➡️ Retrouvez les témoignages de 3 lauréats demain lors de cet événement ouvert à tous !

⏩⏩ Les candidatures sont ouvertes ! + d'infos sur nuffieldfrance.fr #nuffieldfrance #nuffieldag

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Tune in to the Nuffield Talks webinar on Wed, 15 July between 11-12 pm (UTC +2 Paris) and hear from three Nuffield International Scholars about how their Nuffield Scholarship impacted their life along with the value their topic of study has bought back to the agri sector.
Featuring the following international scholars:
MURILO BETTARELLO is a 2018 Nuffield Scholar, agronomist, entrepreneur and farms coffee and beef in Brazil.
MARTIN DAVIES is a 2006 Nuffield Scholar and the Chief Executive Officer of Westchester Group Investment Management.
EMMA GERMANO is a 2014 Nuffield Scholar and the Managing Director of her family mixed operation in Victoria, Australia.
Register here for the webinar :
https://lnkd.in/ggmwPYz

➡️ webinaire Nuffield ouvert à tousCe soir, Olivier Glinec, lauréat Nuffield 🇫🇷 2004, sera un des panélistes du webinair...
17/06/2020

➡️ webinaire Nuffield ouvert à tous
Ce soir, Olivier Glinec, lauréat Nuffield 🇫🇷 2004, sera un des panélistes du webinaire organisé par Nuffield 🇧🇷 sur le thème " comment est perçu l'agribusiness dans différents pays, et que peut-on apprendre les uns des autres ?"
🔃 Bien plus qu'une bourse, c'est tout un réseau qui s'offre à vous ! Postulez à la bourse Nuffield 2021 jusqu'au 15/10
➡️➡️ nuffieldfrance.fr @nuffieldag @nuffieldfrance

➡️➡️➡️👋 👋 Please join us for our second NUFFIELDTALKS worldwide webinar series! 👋 👋
Online, live, open-to-all, free - and ready to answer your questions!
✅ Register on www.bit.ly/nuffieldtalks1706 to get all the details, then set yourself a reminder with your time zone 🌎

06/06/2020
Trent Loos

Trent Loos

Live Rural Route Radio with Jean Lonie Nuffield International Marketing program

Comment la crise du Coronavirus impacte-t-elle les agriculteurs aux quatre coins du globe ? Chaque semaine, retrouvez le...
18/04/2020
[chronique internationale] « Le Brexit nous semble soudain un problème bien mineur »

Comment la crise du Coronavirus impacte-t-elle les agriculteurs aux quatre coins du globe ? Chaque semaine, retrouvez le témoignage à l’international d’agriculteurs membres du réseau Nuffield. Ils et elles racontent les mesures mises en place dans leur pays et les adaptations faites sur leurs exploitations. ➡️ Cette semaine retrouvons Neil et Debbie McGowan, éleveurs de bovins et d'ovins allaitants près des Highlands écossais.
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🇬🇧 ⬇️ in english below ⬇️🇬🇧
A quick presentation of you
We are Neil and Debbie McGowan from Incheoch – an upland livestock farm on the southern edge of the Cairngorms National Park – just on the edge of the Scottish Highlands. From the top of our hill, we can see some good vegetable growing land and also some county with no agricultural production – wild deer, grouse, forestry and a ski resort. Our family farm is focused on producing functional, efficient and robust breeding stock for sale to other farmers, and to do that we run just over 200 breeding beef cows and 1200 ewes. Some calves are taken through to slaughter and most of the lambs.

Neil was a 2015 Scholar, whose topic was ‘Selection for Efficiency – breeding better beef and sheep’, and since then an annual on-farm sale of around 100 breeding rams has grown to include 15 to 20 bulls. We have also diversified, with 2 self-catering holiday houses and a small amount of direct retailed beef and lamb to add to Debbie’s backyard egg sales.
What are the sanitarian measures put in place by the UK government to tackle the Covid 19 virus ?

The Scottish Government has followed the UK regulations very closely regarding Covid 19. The two popular sports for us is Rugby Union and Skiing. Having had a wet but mild but wet winter, many of the locals had skied in the Alps and we followed what was unfolding in Italy with great interest and concern. We enjoyed Scotland’s progress in the 6 Nations tournament and were concerned to learn more about the virus after many fans followed the team to Rome. Fortunately the friends we knew who were going to travel to the late-cancelled Welsh game on 14th March didn’t go. That was the beginning of a gradual lockdown which has grown now to be – stay at home unless for essential purchases, one hour maximum outdoors for daily exercise (observing social distancing), and no gatherings of more than 2 people unless from same household.

What are the outbreak impacts/issues for the farmers ?

Other than essential workers (food production included), we are advised to work from home wherever possible. Many employees have been ‘furloughed’ (temporary laid-off with the Government paying for 80% of their wage), the hospitality sector in particular has been affected here. Thankfully these people have been allowed to take part-time essential work in addition to their furloughed pay. Some locally have stepped into lambing jobs, and it is hoped that these people will help fill a big hole in oversees workers in the fruit and vegetable harvest.

Schools and Universities have closed. Our two children are at secondary school and Tally’s exams have been cancelled – with course-work and mock exam work to be used to give her grades. They are both getting work set by the school via internet but no great pressure to complete, especially as this is currently the Easter break. Our farm is benefiting from their extra help. We are very pleased to have their company and are proud of their great efforts at help, and wonder whether the skills they are picking up at this time will be just as important as the school work they are missing. Learning to drive, reversing trailers, work ethic, preparing meals, animal husbandry, time to appreciate the environment. Most of our farm neighbours are gaining help form their own or close family this way.

We have had a couple of visits from the vet last week, one related to cow fertility and future food production, the second for an immediate animal welfare issue. They have found a big change in their way of working, and think that they have been forced to find some ways of working that will make them more efficient in the future.
How are they adapting to this situation on the farm ?

We consider ourselves extremely lucky to live in a fairly isolated rural community. Our trips to town have been cut to once a week to deliver food for a community food hub (web-based market), with eggs and meat sold and vegetables, fruit and milk returned, and a fuel pick-up included.

The holiday cottages have been closed, but we will welcome (from a distance), 2 guests who have a contract to erect poly-tunnels at a nearby fruit farm and were looking for isolated accommodation. As the accommodation is part of the farm business, it will not be entitled to any of the Government help for forced-closed businesses.

The food hub I mentioned has been running for just under a year. Debbie has been selling around 10 dozen eggs and a few packs of beef and lamb a week averaging about £50/week in sales. Since the lockdown, the last 3 week’s orders have been for £230, £250 and then £500. She has had to put a limit on 50 dozen eggs. Angus, our son, has a few of his own Scots Dumpy hens and has made a pocketful of cash selling chicks from under his broody hen.

This is our really busy time of year on the farm – we normally don’t leave the farm much anyway at lambing and calving time – so I think we are relatively unaffected by much of what is going on. I do think that our bit of the world will be different once we have come out the other side of this. I think the newspaper headlines of a few months ago that all food production could be imported and that agricultural production was expendable in Brexit negotiations look a bit foolish today. Suddenly the concern about Brexit seems to be a small concern!

I fear for the Country’s financial situation, I am concerned about many of the local small businesses, services and restaurants that we rely on. I’m relieved we don’t rely on a lot of seasonal labour for fruit or vegetable harvest. I think the relationships we develop with people now, will be forged in steel, will be long-lasting and robust. I am confident in the future of family farming with good environmental and animal welfare standards. I am inspired by how strong a team we have become as a family and local community.

Stay at home and stay safe
Neil and Debbie

[news_du_field] Comment la crise du Coronavirus impacte-t-elle les agriculteurs aux quatre coins du globe ? Chaque semaine, retrouvez le témoignage à l’international d’agriculteurs membres du réseau Nuffield. Ils et elles racontent l

[covid_crisis] dear Nuffield colleagues, the population lockdown is effective in France since March 17th. Spring is arri...
27/03/2020
Mobilisons-nous !

[covid_crisis] dear Nuffield colleagues, the population lockdown is effective in France since March 17th. Spring is arriving with a lot of work to get done in the fields. The Farmers association is launching with the French government a platform to connect the farmers who need workers with volunteer people. It's called "arms for your plate"
How is the situation in your countries ?
https://desbraspourtonassiette.wizi.farm/

Le Covid-19 vous impacte directement, la main d'oeuvre saisonnière prévue ne peut plus venir et pourtant les travaux de printemps (la récolte, les semis ou toutes autres activités saisonnières) approchent à grand pas ?

[from Nuffield New Zealand] Hi Everyone, official notice that unfortunately the triennial will not be taking place. This...
14/03/2020

[from Nuffield New Zealand] Hi Everyone, official notice that unfortunately the triennial will not be taking place. This is a copy of the letter that has been sent out to delegates.

En octobre dernier à Rome, Yolène Pagès, représente de Nuffield France, a pu participer aux réunions de préfiguration du...
12/03/2020

En octobre dernier à Rome, Yolène Pagès, représente de Nuffield France, a pu participer aux réunions de préfiguration du Comité des Jeunes auprès des agences onusiennes basées à Rome (FAO, FIDA, Organisation Mondiale des Agriculteurs) au travers du réseau Nuffield. Si certains parmi vous sont intéressés pour participer, n'hésitez pas à nous contacter.

Youth Wanted to take on Zero hunger challenge!!For the youth council to be for the Rome based agencies (FAO, IFAD, WFO) we are looking for young people who want to come on to the interim board to formally manage the council for the first year (april2020-march 2021). Are you under 35 and eager to work voluntarily 4hrs a week (average) to battle Zerohunger with the youth council in these challenging dynamics? Please respond through email [email protected] with your motivation before the 15th of march 2020 ! If you want more info please contact us through DM or [email protected] #opportunity #zerohunger #youth4ag #greengeneration

Farm magazine
12/03/2020
Farm magazine

Farm magazine

Nuffield Australia scholar Jason Cotter of Tuerong Farm is leading the charge to develop markets for ancient grains.

ONE WEEK TO GO! We are looking forward to hosting all the 2020 Nuffield Scholars from around the world in Queensland! Fo...
06/03/2020

ONE WEEK TO GO!
We are looking forward to hosting all the 2020 Nuffield Scholars from around the world in Queensland!
Follow the conversation via #NuffieldAg
Nuffield BR International Farming Network
Nuffield Ireland Farming Scholarships
Nuffield2020
Nuffield Farming Scholarships Trust
Nuffield France
Nuffield New Zealand
Nuffield Canada Agriculture Scholarship
#Ausag

ONE WEEK TO GO!
We are looking forward to hosting all the 2020 Nuffield Scholars from around the world in Queensland!
Follow the conversation via #NuffieldAg
Nuffield BR International Farming Network
Nuffield Ireland Farming Scholarships
Nuffield2020
Nuffield Farming Scholarships Trust
Nuffield France
Nuffield New Zealand
Nuffield Canada Agriculture Scholarship
#Ausag

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