- Cereals 2023 will take place on Tuesday 13 and Wednesday 14 June at the new venue, Thoresby Estate, Perlethorpe, Nottinghamshire UK
Cereals will showcase the latest developments in arable agronomy, machinery, technology and services.
In addition to new and returning exhibitor crop plots, Cereals 2023 will include a curated version of the wheat and winter barley Recommended List varieties demonstrated by Ceres Rural and expanded to include a wider range of winter barley this year.
All the big names will be demonstrating in the sold-out Syngenta Sprays and Sprayers Arena and the Drill Area. Other demos include: mechanical weeding presented by Garford, Isuzu demos, and working demo plots from Bednar, Case IH, Hardi and New Holland. There will also be robotics and automation demos from a wide range of new technology companies including AgBot, from Cereals’ Innovation & Technology Sponsor, AgXeed.
Exhibitor bookings are well ahead of previous years, with a 30% year-on-year increase and 115+ new exhibitors in attendance including Weaving Machinery, Dale Drills, RAGT, Hardi, Berthoud and Vogelsang.
The Cereals Mainstage will see a host of seminars covering key topics of the day and will include keynote speakers, panels, debates and quick-fire question sessions. Other stages will focus on energy and biomass, precision farming, and land drainage. The Cereals Stories stage is new for 2023 and will include farmers talking about their journey into farming and how social media has changed their business.
Fifty per cent of the proceeds of Cereals visitor tickets will go to benefit the Multiple System Atrophy Trust (MSAT) and a fundraiser will be held in the afternoon of day one, 13 June in Sarah’s Wood.
More Cereals Event news here: