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.
In Iceland the sheep, like the people, are tough. They have to be to thrive in the extreme landscapes of mountains and volcanoes which present challenges for the wool producer and shearer when fleeces are full of sand.
This month, Roger Evans tell us about his surprise at passing his latest TB test, how cutting machinery costs is not that easy, and finally questions whether all vegans actually adhere strictly to their code.
A few beautifully red skies at both ends of shortening days this week, along with the multitude of different coloured leaves in their last flurry of this year’s life, signify the end of autumn and into darker chills of the winter ahead.
I am beginning to think we may need to buy a boat. When will it ever stop raining? The ground is well and truly waterlogged, to the point the cows were starting to poach the ground, so we have moved them up onto the moor where they can’t do any damage.