OFC cancels in-person event and moves ONLINE

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With deep sadness, the Oxford Farming Conference council is cancelling the in-person attendance of the 2022 conference.  

The event is a culmination of 12 months of work and with some amazing speakers from all over the world. Our digital package will still go ahead with the addition of the science lecture, inspiring farmers, debate and fringes, running online from 5-7 January 2022.  

Joint Co-Chairs, Barbara Bray and Sarah Mukherjee said: 

“Like many other organisations, we have been monitoring announcements and developments across the UK and internationally on the Omicron variant. Delegate safety has always been our primary concern.  

 “Whilst we are confident that the measures we had put in place to safeguard delegates were robust, the groundswell of concern nationally and internationally, combined with the lack of clarity about regulations likely in the weeks ahead, made this decision inevitable. 

 “The OFC is in good financial health, but we must face the fact that this decision will create a very large deficit for us, as a small charity that dates back to the 1930s. However, the decision is the right one to make.”   

Tickets for the online event are heavily subsidised at just £45 + VAT and can be purchased here.

The OFC app will be used for networking, polls and sharing updates. Following your ticket purchase, you will be sent a link to download the app and create your own profile.

Watch OFC22 On-Demand

The 2022 Oxford Farming Conference, Routes to Resilience, took place from 5 to 7 January 2022. If you purchased a ticket, you can now watch the content back, on-demand, in our video gallery. If you missed the event, you can still watch the sessions by purchasing a ticket using the button at the top of the website.

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