Pasture Summit 2020

353 87 6457987
353 87 6457987
Pasture Summit was established in 2017 by a group of progressive and committed farm business owners and dairy sector experts from across New Zealand and Ireland. In November 2018, Pasture Summit conferences were held on the North and South Islands of New Zealand. The objective was to bring together a positive and vibrant community of farmers, to secure a profitable future, for this and the next generation of dairy farmers and our dairy stakeholders. The next Pasture Summit will take place in Ireland on 10 and 11 June 2020
PASTURE   SUMMIT 2020      IRELAND
POSTPONED

Regrettably, we have had to postpone Pasture Summit 2020

Future date in 2021 to be announced.

POSTPONED
Our thoughts are with every person that has been impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. On behalf of each of us, be safe and stay healthy.
Message from organising chairman; “Ireland and New Zealand are unique as pasture/grass based farming industries. In 2018 a ‘Pasture Summit’ was  held in NZ bringing both countries together to discuss topics of interest that have an impact from a production  and research point of view.  The concept for this gathering came from some Irish and New Zealand farmers  seeing how each industry could benefit from greater interaction and dialogue.  The idea is that each country host a conference every 4 years. Ireland is hosting in 2020. We have had over 60  farmers and researchers putting their thoughts together on how to make this an event with a difference, to  complement, rather than compete with existing events being held in Ireland. Pasture Summit will deal with  current topics in an innovative and imaginative way.”               There will be six core topics covered at the Irish event.   •	Grassland productivity •	Changing the image/perception of dairy farming •	People and progression •	Human health and grass fed dairy •	Optimising financial performance of pasture based dairy •	Dairy farming and the environment                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Mike Magan
A bi annual event between Ireland and New Zealand, the next Pasture Summit in 2020 will be held in Ireland, with the 2022 event returning to New Zealand.
POSTPONED

Pasture Summit 2020

353 87 6457987
353 87 6457987
POSTPONED
Pasture Summit was established in 2017 by a group of progressive and committed farm business owners and dairy sector experts from across New Zealand and Ireland. In November 2018, Pasture Summit conferences were held on the North and South Islands of New Zealand. The objective was to bring together a positive and vibrant community of farmers, to secure a profitable future, for this and the next generation of dairy farmers and our dairy stakeholders. The next Pasture Summit will take place in Ireland on 10 and 11 June 2020
PASTURE   SUMMIT 2020      IRELAND
POSTPONED

Regrettably, we have had to postpone Pasture Summit 2020

Future date in 2021 to be announced.

POSTPONED
Our thoughts are with every person that has been impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. On behalf of each of us, be safe and stay healthy.
Message from organising chairman; “Ireland and New Zealand are unique as pasture/grass based  farming industries. In 2018 a ‘Pasture Summit’ was held in NZ  bringing both countries together to discuss topics of interest  that have an impact from a production and research point of  view.  The concept for this gathering came from some Irish and  New Zealand farmers seeing how each industry could benefit  from greater interaction and dialogue.  The idea is that each country host a conference every 4 years.  Ireland is hosting in 2020. We have had over 60 farmers and  researchers putting their thoughts together on how to make  this an event with a difference, to complement, rather than  compete with existing events being held in Ireland. Pasture  Summit will deal with current topics in an innovative and imaginative way.”                   There will be six core topics covered at the Irish event.   •	Grassland productivity •	Changing the image/perception of dairy farming •	People and progression •	Human health and grass fed dairy •	Optimising financial performance of pasture based dairy •	Dairy farming and the environment                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Mike Magan