Controversial as ever, Fen Tiger wonders whether it is worth employing an agronomist – and, if so, how they should best earn their salary.
The sale of almost 120ha (300 acres) of farmland at Parsonage Farm, Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, offers an opportunity to purchase a well farmed block of productive arable land with excellent access.
New standards for property valuation have been agreed by the European Group of Valuers Associations, taking into account recent changes in markets and EU law.
This month’s UK referendum on EU membership is contributing to uncertainty for the rural economy, says a report.
Efficiency is key to meeting the challenge of low commodity prices at the Gaddesden Estate, based at Bridens Camp, near Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire.
Grass silage offers beef finishers a significant opportunity to boost returns, with relatively small, simple and low cost adjustments potentially helping many units make better use of their cheapest and most valuable feed resource.
Suffolk-based Frederick Hiam has announced its departure from dairy farming in Wales after 40 years.
A Hertfordshire dairy farm has diversified its business by installing a milk dispensing machine so they can sell directly to their customers.
A long term approach to farming is helping to secure the future of the Luton Hoo Estate for the next generation.
Cold wet conditions have proved a battle for six teams hoping to grow the most profitable crop of peas in this year’s Cereals Challenge.