Farm Demo Conference

Are you interested or involved in on-farm demonstrations? Do you want it to be as effective as possible? Then you are welcome to join the Farm Demo Conference. You will learn from others, discover the do’s and don’ts in organizing demos and test and try different tools.

For whom? Farm Demo* brings together all farmers, advisors, researchers, policy makers, industries and other actors that want to learn, discuss, share experiences and good practices for organising farm demonstrations with impact.

What? During the conference you will be able to:

  • Listen! Commercial farmers and innovation actors, actively involved in on-farm demonstration will share their experiences.
  • Join in! During parallel discussions, you will be able to discover how demonstrations can be organized successfully to optimise impact.
  • Interact! You will be able to actively test and try different tools for effective demonstrations.
  • Participate! A round table discussion with an expert panel will discuss the future of farm demonstrations in the EU.

Where? Herman Teirlinck building, Havenlaan 22, Brussels

Participation is free of charge, but we encourage you to register using the following link:

A detailed agenda will be available soon on the project website:

Join the European Community of Demonstration Farms!

*Farm Demo is a close collaboration between three European projects funded under Horizon 2020. They all aim to enhance peer-to-peer learning and focus on farm demonstrations as a tool to boost innovation uptake:

AgriDemo-F2F and PLAID focus on understanding the role of European commercial demonstration farms between actors involved in on-farm demonstrations. These projects are developing a geo-referenced searchable online inventory of demonstration farms. This inventory will build an online Farm Demo-Hub community. New registrations and members are always welcome here!

NEFERTITI focuses on the establishment of 10 interactive thematic networks covering the three main agricultural sectors: animal production, arable farming and horticultural production. They bring together 45 regional hubs of demo-farmers and innovation actors - advisors, cooperatives, NGOs, industry, education, researchers and policy makers. The outputs of AgriDemo-F2F and PLAID will be used as input to set up three annual campaigns of on-farm demonstrations.

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