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Tweeting famers set to collaborate for World Food Day

FARMERS around the world will collaborate on 17th October to beat last year’s global farming twitter chat of more than 700 participants from 17 countries. The chat will mark World Food Day and run between 6-7:30am (Australian Eastern Standard Time)

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EnviroChatUK by Oliver Dowding.

AgriChatUK has proved an amazingly successful Twitter forum. Every week, it attracts dynamic and inspiring people to debate key issues affecting both themselves and the wider agricultural industry. Nothing is static, and therefore to create diversity and maintain widespread interest,

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James Rebanks, Land Rover & The Prince’s Countryside Fund rural bursary

James Rebanks, of Penruddock, Cumbria, was awarded the Bursary to help develop his family’s Sheep farm and Sheep School project. James’ family- run farm business is very traditional and runs the native local breeds – the Herdwick and the Swaledale.

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AgriChatUK on Radio 1

On Saturday 22nd February 2014 the AgriChatUK team were invited down to the Radio 1 studios in London as part of #AccessAllAreas month, to record their own 1 hour radio show. Over 1,000 entries were received from interested groups, with

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VIDEO: Social media for rural businesses

Here is AgriChatUK’s Simon Haley talking about social media for rural businesses at the Farm Innovation show

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Farmers collaborate for first world twitter chat

Farmers around the world are attempting a global first, with a live, world-wide Twitter discussion on the issues and experiences facing them in producing the planet’s food. The chat will mark World Food Day on Wednesday 16 October, and will

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