Friday, December 6, 2019

Crops

Survey offers valuable insight into harvest 2019

Growers can gain valuable insight into the profitability and performance of combinable... 


Wet autumn dampens outlook for UK combinable crops

Sodden fields and the wettest autumn in memory could have a bigger impact than Brexit... 


Cover crops boosts nutrient benefits from farm digestate

Cover crops are able to help farmers capture more nitrogen from anaerobic digestate... 


Read more posts from Crops

Machinery

Scotts six row topper takes centre stage

Visitors to this year’s Midlands Machinery Show will be among the first to see... 


Innovative seminars at Midlands Machinery Show

An inspiring seminar programme at this month’s Midlands Machinery Show aims to... 


Iconic vintage tractor sets UK auction record

The UK auction record for a vintage or classic tractor was smashed at the Cheffins... 


Read more posts from Machinery

News & Business

Get farming message across ahead of general election

Farmers are being urged to get the farming message across ahead of this month’s general election – with all major political parties outlining their policies for agriculture should they form the next government. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Take stock during winter or risk financial losses, says expert

Growers and livestock producers are being urged to take stock of their assets this winter – or risk losing thousands of pounds on insurance claims. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Traditional farming ‘at risk’ of climate-driven land use policy

Farming in Norfolk could alter dramatically as the government pursues a net zero policy for agriculture to become carbon neutral, says a leading analyst. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


LAMMA preview: Bumper show predicted as stand space sells out

Next month’s LAMMA show is set to build on its reputation as the UK’s largest agricultural event dedicated to showcasing innovation when it returns to its new permanent indoor venue at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Consumers back farmers on British food standards

Food imports should only be allowed into the country if they meet UK standards, suggests a consumer survey which shows widespread public support for British farmers. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Read more posts from News & Business