|New ideas, techniques and practical demonstration -|
all included in the Game Cover Training Day
26th March 2014
Kings Game Cover and Conservation Crops are organising, in conjunction with the National Gamekeepers Organisation an innovative training day at the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust’s Allerton Project, Loddington, Leicestershire to provide members with the latest information relating to effective game cover management. Designed specifically with game managers in mind the aim is to give attendees the chance to find out about the latest crop management techniques and how they can be incorporated into the latest farming initiatives.
Richard Barnes, Sales Manager with Kings commented; ‘Following the success of the events held in 2013 on shoots in Devon, Leicestershire and Gloucestershire it remains clear that there is a specific training need within a topic area that is vital to keepers and shoot managers. With game cover planning and the subsequent establishment along with the ongoing management being a big responsibility – the aim of this training day is to help make that responsibility easier to understand and manage.’ Mr Barnes added; ‘The day’s are very much hands on with contributions from both the management team and Kings as well as time outside looking at machinery and habitat areas on the Shoot itself.’
The day will run from 10am – 4pm.
For further details or to book your place please contact Kings on 0800 587 9797 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org