Visit the UK’s leading indoor agricultural event, with eleven packed halls of the very latest in agricultural machinery and equipment. Now at the NEC, Birmingham this is free to attend and free to park.
Recruiting new blood into the industry is one of our biggest challenges, but a growing awareness of ensuring the workforce continues its development is also paramount. Farmers Guardian looks at why it can help with career success.
The key parts of any fully integrated management system are the building blocks which are integral to a balanced system. If you remove one of these foundation stones, then the whole thing will come tumbling down.
Some very valuable rain fell this week after the prolonged cold and dry spell which has held our crops back here in the North East. The rain is well timed for all winter crops and will hopefully set up many of the spring drillings too.
With the deadline to request a Countryside Stewardship Mid Tier application pack just one week away, Farming Minister Robert Goodwill speaks about why he believes farmers should consider getting into an agreement
Winter barley crops are just putting out final leaf two and winter wheat crops are still largely at final leaf four, suggesting that despite the early start to the season T1 applications will probably be around average timing, if not a little late where crops went in late.
Many of you will have heard that the NFU has an ambition of being net zero emissions by 2040. At first glance many were sceptical, but this could be a great opportunity to give our industry a long overdue kick up the backside.