Agri Tech Centre

We’re putting Gloucestershire on the map for agricultural innovation. Be a part of it.

We’re investing in the future of farming. Learn with the latest smart technologies as part of our new £2million Agri Tech Centre on our 360 hectare campus farm.

Through precision agriculture you’ll get hands-on with the latest crop and livestock production techniques, optimising the quality and quantity of what you produce while preserving the planet’s resources.

If you’re a budding entrepreneur, you’ll relish the opportunity to test your ideas in our dedicated work space. We’ll support you to get your product out there in the rapidly growing agritech sector.

We’ll help you to gain applied knowledge and make informed decisions to improve productivity. You’ll use thermal imaging techniques in our diagnostic suite to detect lameness in animals and find out what’s causing it. It’s this real experience that will give you a head start when you graduate.

Thanks to £1million of matched funding from the GFirst Local Enterprise Partnership, our Agri Tech Centre for Gloucestershire is becoming a reality.

The future of farming is here. Are you ready?

Our £2 million Agri Tech Centre will be home to the latest agricultural technology.

Our Agri Tech Centre will be a leader in the field. We’re aiming to make Gloucestershire the go-to place for applied agricultural technology.

We’ll bring more students into Gloucestershire, benefitting the industry and the county as a whole. We’ll also create new jobs to boost the local economy.

It’s an exciting time for the industry and the county.

Knowledge exchange is vital for driving the industry forwards. Our centre will provide a hub for farmers and food producers to share knowledge and ideas for best practice. We hope this will be the catalyst that sparks new innovations to benefit everyone in the sector.

We’re committed to farming sustainably. We’ll teach you how to increase your yield in a way that’s kind to the planet. Together, we can create a sustainable future for the British farming industry.