Serving the Farming Industry across East Anglia for 35 Years
We need more farm workers like Jim

Farming has changed lots in the past 50 years. But the best farm workers have stayed the same, says Fen Tiger

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Screen test for farm machinery

Buying a new tractor once involved the same age-old routine: a visit to the local dealer, plenty of coffee, a sharp intake of breath, a calculator with only a minus button – and eventually a large discount if paying upfront.

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Future imperfect?

Investing in farmland remains attractive – but changes to support make it harder to invest in farming, says Fen Tiger

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Dishing the dirt on muddy roads

As farmers and contractors, we all have a responsibility to keep rural roads clean, says Fen Tiger

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Pathway to (un)sustainable farming

The government’s bold ambition for the countryside threatens to put farmers out of business, says Fen Tiger

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Humble spud, humble profits

Potato growers deserve our respect – it’s a stressful enterprise and there are easier ways of making money, says Fen Tiger.

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There are no cash cows in farming

Poor profitability prompts Fen Tiger to question the wisdom of farmers who buy more land using money from outside agriculture.

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