Ben Eagle and Will Evans talk to dairy farmer, Dan Burdett, about what he’s learnt from doing a Nuffield Scholarship on regenerative agriculture, what it means to him, and how he practices it on his farm.
The trio are also joined by Kite partner, Ainsley Baker, who talks with Dan about how regenerative principles can be applied across farming businesses, as well as its environmental and financial benefits.
Chris Walkland also gives listeners a milk market update.
About Kite Consulting
Kite Consulting provides business services to the entire food supply chain, from farmer to retailer. Our consultants have talent, enthusiasm and motivation, which means the quality of consultancy we offer is second to none.
We operate a team approach and our partnership of national specialists and leading business, people and technical consultants provides high calibre consultancy across the UK and internationally.
Kite Consulting has worked with dairy farmers for 20 years improving business performance, both on a one-to-one basis and also by setting-up and running farmer groups with a range of retail customers, agricultural companies and organisations.
Kite’s expertise in benchmarking, experience with group work and links to other industry specialist in the UK means we are widely recognised as one of the UK’s leading dairy consultancy companies.
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