Farm cooperative group AtlasFram increased its annual turnover by £17m to £169 in the year to 30 June 2012, the company has announced.
“It has been yet another challenging year for pulse growers and traders alike with exceptional growing conditions, volatile cereal markets and late harvesting leading to much frustration,” says Ian Skinn, Gleadell’s pulses trader.
Reopening the Russian market to British beef and lamb could be worth £80m over the next three years, believes the government.
Twose of Tiverton is set to expand its comprehensive range of grassland products after securing a deal with award-winning Danish production company Fransgard to become its sole UK distributor.
Specialist agricultural accountants Moore Thompson say this year’s wet weather could be disastrous for the finances of local farmers.
One of the premier British Christmas turkeys went on the market in the United States for the first time last week for the Thanksgiving festival on Thursday (November 22).
Livestock farmers in the Midlands faced with high feed costs should be careful not to overlook the great value alternative feeds produced in the region, says Dean Barclay, of Trident.
A toddler has been killed in an accident on a Norfolk farm.
Variable silage quality could have a significant detrimental effect on herd performance this winter
Novel strategies under test in Agrovista’s national Grow Crop Gold trials to help improve establishment, agronomy and yield consistency in oilseed rape were aired at a series of grower meetings.