Flexible approach pays off for Norfolk contractor
Farm contractor Jonathan Cole has £1m big balers – working on farms right across Norfolk. Judith Tooth reports.
Accuracy key for Suffolk farming business
The introduction of an RTK guidance system this year will improve efficiency at Porters Farms (Walpole) Ltd.
Dynamic couple invest for farming future
Determined to make a living from farming, Jim and Sue Fletcher have created a thriving business.
Controlled traffic system reduces farm costs
A move towards Controlled Traffic Farming is helping to improve efficiency for Essex Farmers E W Davies Farms Ltd.
Milling wheat grower is top of the crops
A focus on yield and quality has made Bedfordshire farmer Andrew Robinson a top milling wheat grower.
Biogas plant secures long-term future for Norfolk contractor
A 20 year contract to supply electricity means a secure future for Suggitt Farm Services and SS AgriPower
Thousands of children attend food and farming day
More than 3,000 children from Essex primary schools attended a food and farming day at Writtle College last month.
Early vigour gets oilseed rape off to good start
Oilseed rape crops which exhibit early vigour are best placed to survive pigeon damage and winter weather, suggests a study.
Local egg producer is brand leader
Free-range eggs are an increasingly important enterprise at Rymer Farm
Call to establish centre of innovation
Pig producers are being urged to help the sector apply for slice of £90m to establish a Centre of Innovation for the industry.
Salad days in Suffolk
A high-tech approach to potatoes and salad crops pays dividends for James Foskett Farms
New CAP ‘will change face of farming’
CAP reform rules due to come into force next year will change the way businesses operate across East Anglia, farmers were told.
Chicken power heats poultry sheds
Birds and business benefits from a groundbreaking biomass plant installed on an award-winning poultry farm.
Time to take action to ensure CAP fits your farm
Farmers should take action before harvest to ensure the new CAP fits their business strategy, says Will Gemmill
East Anglia export markets ‘open for business’
Better prospects beckon for exports over the coming season, says David Eudall.
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