The Oxford Farming Conference


The 2022 Oxford Farming Conference, Routes to Resilience, will be co-chaired by Barbara Bray MBE and Sarah Mukherjee MBE and will be held from 5 to 7 January 2022. The event will embrace a hybrid model with the opportunity for you to attend the live conference in Oxford, enjoying the stunning venues and social activities, or from the comfort of your home via our digital package.


Starting on Wednesday 5th January, a range of fringes will be hosted by organisations looking at future solutions and opportunities within agriculture. Each of these sessions are limited in space so please make sure you book early to avoid disappointment.

Thursday 6th January will combine trade, policy, science, research and farmer-led solutions, and is often a key moment in the agricultural diary as new annoucements are made impacting future legislation. It is also the date of our renowned debate, which this year will discuss the motion "This house believes food production in the UK should not be subsidised."

Friday 7th January will look at the relevance of the concept of ‘family’ in agriculture around the world, the next steps for the National Food Strategy and launch the return of the OFC report focusing on "Natural Capital - the battle for control".

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Physical Ticket - £395 exc. VAT

This includes all sessions listed in our programme on Thursday 6th and Friday 7th January 2022. See here. It also includes access to the fringes on Wednesday 5th January but please note space is limited so book early to avoid disappointment.

Dinner is not included but can be booked at the same time as your conference ticket, at an additional cost.

  • OFC Banquet (Wednesday 5 January) - £80 exc. VAT
  • OFC Social (Wednesday 5 January) - £30 exc. VAT
  • OFC Post-Debate Supper (Thursday 6 January) - £80 exc. VAT

Digital Ticket - £45 exc. VAT

The digital ticket offers access to all on-demand content following the event plus access to a live stream of the following sessions:

  • Opening Address & Welcome (Thursday 6 January, 8:15 - 8:45)
  • Trade & Global Session (Thursday 6 January, 8:45 - 10:00)
  • National Session - Politics (Thursday 6 January, 10:35 - 11:30)
  • Lessons from Science with Dr Catherine Nakalembe - NASA Harvest (Thursday 6 January, 13:45 - 14:30)

Covid Policy

If the physical element of the event is cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic, and the decision is taken to move the conference to digital-only, the transfer of your tickets will be done by the Secretariat with any difference in fees refunded back to you. Unless the Secretariat is notified otherwise, we will automatically move you across to a digital ticket. Cancellations will apply as per the below cancellation policy. See terms and conditions here.

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Accommodation & Travel

In previous years, accommodation has been included in the booking options when purchasing a ticket for the conference. For 2022, accommodation will not be included as each venue operate their own booking and cancellation policy and therefore booking direct is preferred.

A list of recommended venues, including any form of discount, will be uploaded to the delegate information page in October 2022.

Guidance on how to get to Oxford can also be found on this page. Please note, there is no parking at the venue.

Delegate Information

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