Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Crops

Slurry and muck management takes centre stage at Lamma

A range of muck and slurry machines will be exhibited at this month’s Lamma event,... 


Nutrient guide can ‘unlock full potential’ of farmland

Farmers and growers can now unlock the full potential of their land by applying... 


New hybrid spring oilseed rape ‘offers real opportunity’

The latest varieties of spring oilseed rape could provide a real opportunity for... 


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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... 


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News & Business

3.3% pay increase needed to keep workers in line with living wage

Farm workers in England need a 3.3% pay rise in 2019/20 to keep in line with above-inflation increases in the National Living Wage and agricultural wage rates in the rest of the UK. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Cluster farm group is better for landscape – and for business

Judith Tooth meets a group of Norfolk farmers sharing ideas and expertise along the River Glaven. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Win tickets for East Anglian Game & Country Fair

Readers are invited to enter a competition to win tickets for this year’s East Anglian Game & Country Fair which takes place on the weekend of 25-26 April at the Euston Estate, near Thetford. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Why Big Farmland Bird Count needs your support

Farmers and wildlife enthusiasts across the country are being urged to take part in the Big Farmland Bird Count (BFBC) – which returns next month for the seventh successive year. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Wisbech school children scoop winter warmer soup challenge

Children from Tydd St Mary near Wisbech fought off hot competition to win £200 to spend on cooking equipment – thanks to the East of England Agricultural Society. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


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