Monday, February 17, 2020

Crops

Crop4Sight is ‘essential kit’ for potato growers

A new app enables growers to plan their storage, labour and other costs – helping... 


Moisture monitoring system impresses first customers

Customers have praised a new system which can accurately and automatically check... 


Price insurance takes risk out of commodity markets

A Norfolk grower is using a new risk management tool to protect his farm business... 


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Machinery

Manitou showcases artic-loader at Executive Hire 2020

Material handling specialists Manitou showcases their MLA-3-35H articulated loader... 


Don’t miss out on enhanced tax relief

Farmers and contractors who have made taxable profits could benefit from a temporary... 


Sulky launches multi-hopper Progress drill

Precision drill manufacturer Sulky Burel launched its multi-hopper combination Progress... 


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News & Business

Consider ‘passive’ options when diversifying

Farmers looking to diversify their business income should look at passive options first – rather than embarking on major projects involving lots of time. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Two-day show heralds new era for farm energy sector

A new era for the renewable energy sector will be ushered in next month when the Energy and Rural Business Show opens its doors for the first time on the outskirts of Peterborough. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Water, water everywhere…

The wet autumn and winter is an apt reminder that farmers have a key role in water management, says Melvyn Kay. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


New approach kicks off for land-based learning

A new era for agricultural education is under way in Norfolk and Suffolk after Easton & Otley College was formally ‘de-merged’ into two other establishments. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Government’s Agriculture Bill will ‘transform British farming’

Industry leaders continue to seek guarantees that the high standards met by British farmers won’t be undermined by a flood of cheap food imports. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


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