FAI’s Clare Hill Speaks To BBC Oxford About ‘Embracing Technology’ On The Farm

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FAI's Clare Hill Speaks To BBC Oxford About ‘Embracing Technology’ On The Farm

Author: Amy Firth, FAI Farm
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The first week of January is a prominent date in the farming calendar in Oxford, as thousands of people descend on the city for the Oxford Farming Conference.

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This year’s conference, themed ‘Embracing change’, offered participants insights, interviews, head-to-head debates and in-depth research into a wide array of topics relevant to farming and land-based businesses.

Martin Eastaugh from BBC Oxford radio visited our farm in Oxford to interview FAI Farm Manager, Clare Hill, to see first-hand some of the tools being developed to help farmers optimise the health and productivity of their animals.

Click below to listen to a compilation of Clare’s interview.

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