Posted 8 May 2003THE FIRST HARPER FORUM meeting of the new term takes place this evening at Harper Adams University College, near Newport.
Members of the public are welcome to attend the talk, which will be given by Mr John Alvis, on the topic of On Farm Dairy Production, and takes place on campus, in the Lecture Theatre, at 7.30pm.
Mr Alvis business comprises a totally integrated farm unit with a 1000 cow dairy herd, a pig finishing unit, arable enterprise and both organic and conventional cheese manufacture and packaging. He also owns a farm shop selling locally grown produce and runs a considerable farm contracting business.
This is a fine example of a producer, processor and retailer combined into one business and promises to produce a very interesting debate. (Ends)
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