Arable Farming, a magazine dedicated to the progressive arable farmer.
Innovation in action for the progressive arable farmer.
Arable Farming, published 11 times a year, is a magazine dedicated to delving further in to the arable sector to bring you more in-depth content, concentrating on that harder to reach part of the market.
After a seven year hiatus, AgriBriefing were delighted to bring Arable Farming back in 2013 with a fresh focus.
This specialist arable publication focuses on arable business led innovation, technical development, and covers the latest thinking in an accessible, practical way.
Aimed at farmers at the leading edge of arable production, our readers are thoughtful producers. They may not necessarily be the largest farmers; Arable Farming is about our readers’ approach to crop production, which is reflected in our tie-in with CropTec. Our readers are progressive, enthusiastic, and innovative when it comes to anything to do with their crops.
Arable Farming’s independent, high quality content is about bringing leading-edge thinking and research to farmers in a practical, applicable way. We challenge readers’ thinking, find out how the latest UK and global research can be applied on-farm, and aim to help farmers meet the challenges of producing crops in a rapidly changing, and challenging, sector.
All articles have a high information yield, and are easy to rapidly understand, with a focus on readability and breaking out key information.
It is read by almost 9,000 farms of all size and provides progressive arable farmers with the information they truly need.
There are two ways of getting Arable Farming.
The first (and most convenient) way of receiving Arable Farming is to SUBSCRIBE.
We'll deliver the magazine to your door once each issue is released.
A year's subscription is just £76, or £19 per quarter by direct debit.
For general enquiries:
Arable Farming, AgriBriefing UK, Unit 4, Fulwood Business Park, Caxton Road, Fulwood, Preston, Lancashire, PR2 9NZ
0330 333 0056
Arable Farming is proud to have over 1,200 BASIS qualified readers. If you are BASIS and/or FACTS registered, make sure you catch up with the latest news from both organisations on our regular BASIS/FACTS news page in each issue.
Plus, Arable Farming is worth 2 BASIS CPD points when you submit evidence that you receive it to BASIS.