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Chris Clark presents their farm - Nethergill Farm, Yorkshire NP
Chris Clark presents their farm - Nethergill Farm, Yorkshire NP
Chris Clark presents their farm - Nethergill Farm, Yorkshire NP
Chris Clark presents their farm - Nethergill Farm, Yorkshire NP
Chris Clark presents their farm - Nethergill Farm, Yorkshire NP
Chris Clark presents their farm - Nethergill Farm, Yorkshire NP
Chris Clark presents their farm - Nethergill Farm, Yorkshire NP
Chris Clark presents their farm - Nethergill Farm, Yorkshire NP
Chris Clark presents their farm - Nethergill Farm, Yorkshire NP
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Chris Clark presents their farm - Nethergill Farm, Yorkshire NP

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Agro-ecology All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) event - 25th November 2013 …

Agro-ecology All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) event - 25th November 2013

http://www.highnaturevaluefarming.org.uk/manifesto-for-high-nature-value-farming-in-the-uk/

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  • 1. Nethergill Farm Langstrothdale
  • 2. Hill farming challenges • Very low productivity • Huge uncertainties: • Weather • Growing season • Prices – input & output
  • 3. Farming system
  • 4. Marketing Product Offer Target markets Self catering High quality accommodation • Enthusiastic amateur naturalists • • • • • • • • • • • • • • B&B Education Centre Meeting room Visual aids Microscope Telescopes Superfast broadband Observation hides Wildlife cameras • Dales Way walkers Schools (primary & secondary) Universities Enthusiastic amateur naturalists Field societies YWT, RSPB, YDNPA etc. Ethnic minorities Board room away-day (weekends) Ready meals (beef & mutton) • Nethergill self catering • Nethergill Club members Cattle • • • • • Lamb • Mutton for Nethergill accommodation • Store lambs to neighbouring farmer Nethergill accommodation White Shorthorn breeders Blue Grey breeders Hill farmers (Morrisons)
  • 5. How does ‘HNV’ farming underpin the Nethergill business? • • • • More sustainable meat More visitors More educational trips More contribution to overheads & profit
  • 6. Education • To show that the needs of food, farming and the environment need not and should not be in conflict; • To ensure that guests/visitors leave Nethergill more knowledgeable than when they arrived; • Reading and listening will deepen knowledge; So: • Practical experience at Nethergill will deepen understanding.
  • 7. Support How important is HLS: But more importantly: • Incredibly important • HLS gives an additional marketing lever • Rare breeds • Fantastic meat • Wildlife tourism • A virtuous circle Without HLS • • • • Higher stocking rates Fertiliser Less bio-diversity Less contribution
  • 8. Supporting wildlife Bird hide Cameras Rush control Tree planting Nest boxes Hay meadow restoration Field/education centre
  • 9. Supporting wildlife • Crossbills, Dippers, Buzzards, Merlin, Curlews, Black Grouse • Bird’s-eye primrose, • Dog Violets, Orchids, Yellow Rattle, Eyebright, Butterwort • Otter • Brown trout

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