Join local High Weald farmer David Cornforth for a short video tour of his 10-year adventure with mob-grazing and regenerative agriculture techniques at Lomas Farm. Hear about how he has managed costs, stress, soil conservation and stock selection, and ask local experts for their views on making these techniques work in our landscape.
- 19:00 Registration, welcome and help with the technology (if needed)
- 19:10 Why consider mob-grazing in the High Weald? Ross and Christine
- 19:25 Ten years of mob-grazing practice in the High Weald – a virtual visit to David Cornforth’s Lomas Farm David Cornforth
- 19:35 Questions for David
- 20:00 Getting started with soil health and soil carbon Ross
- 20:20 Next steps and future topics
- 20:30 Finish
Link to Zoom meeting will be sent to you prior to the meeting date, please look out for it in your emails.
The meeting will be held using Zoom (you may have to download this program on to your PC beforehand) to connect everyone, and we will be recording it so that it can be used again if needed. If you have difficulty joining the meeting, please call Ross 07548 702609 and will see what can be done.
About the Upper Rother and Dudwell Farm Cluster:
The Farm Cluster helps farmers, foresters and other land managers work together to improve farm profitability and benefit soil, water, wildlife and historic features not just on their individual farms, but across the area. It has more than 60 members covering 5,000ha.
The Farm Cluster is helped by the High Weald AONB Partnership with financial support from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development under Natural England’s Countryside Stewardship Scheme’s Facilitation Fund.