Town and country face similar challenges in 2017, says Fen Tiger.
Horses and riders have their place – and it isn’t on the road, says Fen Tiger.
Money can be made by converting redundant farm buildings into something useful. But not for Fen Tiger.
Hiring a tractor might be cheaper than buying one, but Fen Tiger still likes to drive his own machine.
Farm jobs are increasingly being done by robots, laments Fen Tiger, who still likes to get his hands (and face) dirty.
Controversial as ever, Fen Tiger wonders whether it is worth employing an agronomist – and, if so, how they should best earn their salary.
Moving away from the plough towards shallower cultivations has caused more problems than it solved, says Fen Tiger.
When it comes to tractors, the back-up is probably more important as the brand, says Fen Tiger.
Farmers aren’t always what they used to be – and core values are disappearing fast, says Fen Tiger.
The Church of England’s attitude towards mineral rights is less than Christian, says Fen Tiger