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Ben Briggs

Ben Briggs

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Biography

Ben has been Editor of Farmers Guardian since March 2016 and oversaw the publication's change in format from newspaper to magazine in the same year.

He has worked for FG since 2010 when he rejoined the publication as News Editor, before going on to become Head of News and Business and then Editor.

A journalism graduate and fully qualified senior journalist, he started his career as a livestock reporter at FG in 2004 and followed this with stints on a local newspaper and regional business magazine.

Born into a farming family, he has a passion for farming and rural affairs and is the current chairman of the British Guild of Agricultural Journalists.

Recent Articles

Global Ag View: Canadian exports ebb and flow as tensions escalate

Global Ag View: Canadian exports ebb and flow as tensions escalate

During a trip to Ontario, Canada, Ben Briggs heard first-hand how global trade tensions are impacting the country’s ability to export soyabeans and maize.
Global Ag View: Thriving market for cereal growers as brewing boom hits Canada

Global Ag View: Thriving market for cereal growers as brewing boom hits Canada

Craft brewing and distilling is growing so fast in the Canadian province of Ontario that it has provided a thriving market for cereal growers and grain elevators to tap in to.
Farmer faces huge clean up operation after flash flooding washes livestock away

Farmer faces huge clean up operation after flash flooding washes livestock away

A farmer has spoken of the huge clean up operation he faces after flash flooding destroyed his farmyard and washed away livestock and winter forage.
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