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Adam Henson Saves The Day For VPMA

14 years ago

6th December, 2010 14h04

Adam HensonUnfortunately key note speaker Mark Evans has had to withdraw from VPMA Congress due to filming commitments but the good news is that farmer and TV presenter Adam Henson has stepped in to save the day. Adam is a well-known face on TV and presents farming programmes on the radio but he also runs the 650-hectare Cotswold Farm Park, which pioneers rare breed conservation. The farm provides a great example of how farmers can diversify because as well as being a working farm it also opens as a visitors attraction over the spring and summer and provides camping and caravan facilities. Adam will be talking about how farming has evolved in recent years and how veterinary practices can engage with the farmer in helping to bring about change. VPMA President Rebekka Fiorani said, “We are so pleased to have someone as high profile as Adam on board and I am sure our delegates will enjoy his talk immensely. His in depth knowledge of British farming and his interest in conservation of rare breeds gives him a unique perspective that is sure to spark some new ideas, which is exactly what congress is all about.” Register Today! The 2011 Veterinary Practice Management Association Congress (VPMA will take place in Kenilworth in Warwickshire on 27th- 29th January 2011 at Chesford Grange Hotel, a four star manor house hotel with 17 acres of grounds. Delegates can register or request further information about the congress by calling 01727 859259, downloading the registration forms on and or by sending an email to [email protected]. Non-members are welcome.

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