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It's always fascinating to see how others tackle similar problems to the ones on our farm... great to get that little 'light-bulb moment' when you find something which will work. We've made quite a few useful things from your magazine

Mike Davies, Chester

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Dear Principal / Head of Agriculture

In the next 12 months I intend to do more work in farming education, and have drawn up a brief list of ways I can contribute, and help prepare students for the challenges they face after leaving college,  the time they will be required to come up with solutions to a wide variety of problems.

A.  Talks / lectures on:
    1. cutting farm costs through innovative machinery policies
    2. novel ideas for livestock production
    3. arable innovations and methods
    4. making the farm workshop a profit centre

B.  E-mailed articles or tutorials on innovative agri management for students

C.  Student project work:
    1. Selecting ideas for projects
    2. Judging projects as individual or in a panel
    3. Presenting prizes with or without presentation speech

D. Providing editorial about the college and its students in future issues of Practical Farm Ideas

E.  Educational project:  Starting a Farm Ideas Student Innovation Award


Best wishes

Mike Donovan
editor, Practical Farm Ideas
28 Brampton St, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR9 7EQ
www.farmideas.co.uk   /   www.farmideas.blogspot.com
mike@farmideas.co.uk
http://twitter.com/farmideas    
M: 07778 877514



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