These are challenging times for all and so I wanted share with you what we are doing here at Arable Farming and the CropTec Show to ensure we keep you informed and up to date in the coming weeks and months as measures to manage the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic are implemented.
In view of Government’s advice to businesses, our whole team is now home-based and will continue to keep our readers, whether print or online users, in touch with the latest news and technical information, as well as ensuring all commercial activities for Arable Farming and the CropTec Show are still functioning as normal.
Farming is interwoven within the fabric of our society on so many levels. And as normal life for many of us changes beyond recognition, farmers and growers will continue to do their job of producing food for the nation’s plates.
Which is why we will continue to be alongside you at this time of such uncertainty.
As the growing season unfolds we will continue to report on the latest technical and agronomy news from across the arable sector and across the country. And we will continue to bring you the latest news from the grain markets, keeping an eye on global trends and local developments.
Arable Farming will continue to be published as normal and content from the magazine can also be accessed online here. You can also keep abreast of arable sector news by registering for the arable and grain marketing e-newsletters at fginsight.com, where you will also find coverage of wider farming news issues as they develop, delivered by our sister publication Farmers Guardian.
Planning is also continuing for the CropTec Show, due to take place in November, and with an eye on better times ahead, we hope you will keep up to date with show developments and agritech news at croptecshow.com and via Twitter @CropTecShow and Linkedin.
All of our lines of communication remain open, so please keep in touch, by phone, email or via social media. And if you have any suggestions on what more we can do please contact me at email@example.com