Hiring a tractor might be cheaper than buying one, but Fen Tiger still likes to drive his own machine.
A commercially diverse holding of about 189 hectares (467 acres) is being offered for sale by Savills in Cambridgeshire.
Fundamentals for the farmland market remain largely unchanged – despite the referendum vote in favour of Brexit, believes Jonathan Armitage partner at land agents Bidwells.
Non-farming buyers are exerting more influence over the farmland market following the EU referendum. Purchasers are increasingly likely to include investors, high net worth individuals, overseas and lifestyle buyers.
Machinery manufacturer Mzuri will showcase its low disturbance cultivation equipment at next month’s Tillage-Live event.
Security experts Datatag ID will exhibit the industry’s official anti-theft and recovery system for large construction and agricultural equipment.
Innovative use of deep surface cultivations may give farmers effective non-chemical control for creeping thistle.
A minimal disturbance drill manufactured by Great Plains fought off stiff competition to win the cultivation and drilling category of the prestigious International Machinery Manufacturers Awards (IMMA) for 2016.
The Heliodor compact disc harrow, which was successfully launched in 2005, has recently undergone a major update.
Preparations are well under way for next month’s Tillage-Live event on Wednesday 14 September at Monks Kirby, Rugby, Warwickshire.