Peter Fraser: ODPG Conference Presentation

In this presentation, Peter Fraser, who was also our conference MC, tackles the challenging subject of the future of animal agriculture with his economic analyst’s hat on. He looks at key implications of the recent Food and Agriculture report by RethinkX, which examines the possibility that food engineering will one day replace the demand for animal products. Continue reading Peter Fraser: ODPG Conference Presentation

Jono Frew: ODPG Conference Presentation

Jono Frew from Quorum Sense is off to a flying start as he cartwheels into his presentation! He talks about his journey into regenerative farming and the social and mental benefits that come with it. He believes that the regenerative approach not only positively impacts the farm, but also improves the quality of life. Continue reading Jono Frew: ODPG Conference Presentation

Phyllis Tichinin: ODPG Conference Presentation

Phyllis Tichinin, soils consultant, eco-nutritionist and former organic dairy support farmer, takes a look at soil aggregation, an important aspect of soil function and health, and shows us how it works. Don’t miss the interesting demonstration she uses to prove her point in her presentation ‘Soil Aggregation Made Sexy: Biology vs Water Power’ Continue reading Phyllis Tichinin: ODPG Conference Presentation

Dr Alistair Humphrey: ODPG Conference Presentation

Dr. Alistair Humphrey, Medical Officer of Health for Canterbury, investigates the correlation between high rates of nitrates found in the water supply and the incidence of bowel cancer, and looks at the role of commercial dairy farming in his presentation ‘Drinking Water: Colorectal Cancer & Nitrates’. Continue reading Dr Alistair Humphrey: ODPG Conference Presentation

Join Us for Advice, Support & Resources

Following on from our successful ODPG Conference, which pulled together a wealth of interesting speakers from academia, science and from the fields, our membership has been growing in leaps and bounds. If you’re not a member yet, it’s not too late to join us for the rest of 2020. The sooner you join, the more value you’ll get.

We also encourage and welcome Regenerative Farmers, Biological Farmers, and anyone who wants to find better ways to farm their land, however big or small. Continue reading Join Us for Advice, Support & Resources