A recent seminar, organised by the Agri-Brexit Coalition to address the opportunities for innovation in the agrisupply industry including animal health, crop protection, agricultural engineering and farm business management.
With Article 50 now formally triggered by Prime Minister Theresa May, the Agri-Brexit Coalition looks forward to playing an active and informed role in helping Government achieve its objective of the best deal for the UK and the industry to meet opportunities and challenges.
“With the combined knowledge brought by all our member organisations, we have one of the largest pools of expertise in farm research, implementation and trade marketing. What’s more we deliver that knowledge in practical ways to farms and agribusiness every day ,” said Coalition Coordinator David Caffall. “Making that expertise available to government as negotiations progress will help us achieve that best deal outcome.”
The Agri-Brexit Coalition, founded by eight organisations and trade associations involved in agribusiness, brings together the expertise of this particular sector of UK agriculture plc as negotiations on Brexit progress.
The Coalition aims to work with UK governments to shape a Post-Brexit world where a productive and sustainable agriculture benefits the nation’s economy and environment, by:
Seeking a fair trading position for UK agriculture across Europe and beyond
Raising productivity; delivering economic benefit
Creating practical solutions to policy and regulation
Helping to deliver a modern, resilient UK agriculture