Demand for farmland in Great Britain has further decreased, having now been declining for the last 18 months, according to the latest figures.
Judith Tooth visits a new care farm running alongside a well-established haulage business on a small farm.
A drone-assisted precision agriculture company has teamed up with data experts to offer farmers a weatherproof remote sensing service.
Including a grass ley in the arable rotation can deliver benefits on a far wider scale than the standard break crop, says Mike Warner.
Youthful enthusiasm and valuable experience have helped a Suffolk farm win a prestigious award. Judith Tooth reports.
Farmers are being advised to target manure applications at fields with indices of two and below for phosphate and potash.
Farmers could significantly boost grass yields and quality by making better use of soil and manure analysis, visitors will be told at next month’s Grassland & Muck Event.
A new generation brings new energy to a Norfolk estate, as Judith Tooth reports.
Robust application rates to avoid follow up sprays are key to successful pre-emergence weed control in potatoes, growers are being told.
British farmers have much to learn from potato growers overseas, says Nuffield scholar Rufus Pilgrim.