COVID-19 UPDATE – The CropTec Show
18th March 2020
In light of the current unprecedented situation, we wanted to reach out on behalf of everyone here at The CropTec Show, and wish you and your teams the very best. We hope you’re all staying safe in these challenging times.
Due to the advice given to many businesses in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, our whole team will now be home-based and planning is continuing for The CropTec Show, due to take place in November. We are naturally monitoring the situation and, as The CropTec Show is a predominantly domestic event, we will be guided by official advice issued by the UK government.
A decision to postpone or cancel the event will not be made until much closer to the date. In the event a decision to postpone will be made, we will offer all exhibitors the choice of moving to the new dates or a full refund of their stand fees. But hopefully this will all be theoretical and we’ll be back to business as usual by then!
Farming is interwoven within the fabric of our society on so many levels. And as normal life for many of us changes beyond recognition, you as farmers and growers, will continue to do your crucial job of producing food for the nation’s plates.
Which is why we will continue to be alongside you at this time of such uncertainty.
As you social distance yourself, self-isolate, or work from home, make sure you still do everything you can to make sure your business survives, recovers and grows despite the pandemic.
Continuing the support and promotion we offer to our customers year on year, we have a dedicated marketing team who you can promote your company to our engaged audience across our multiple digital channels.
Keep up to date with our print publications:
As the growing season unfolds, Arable Farming will continue to report on the latest technical and agronomy news from across the arable sector and across the country. They will continue to bring you the latest news from the grain markets, keeping an eye on global trends and local developments.
Arable Farming will continue to be published as normal and content from the magazine can also be accessed online here.
This week’s Farmers Guardian, available on Friday in print or Thursday evening via the online app, will provide an overview of the latest impact of coronavirus on the industry, as well as keeping you informed of all the latest goings-on in an industry that never stops.