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.
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.
This month, Roger Evans tells us how it is nigh on impossible to badger proof his buildings with stock wandering in and out at all times of day and night, and electric fencing all his fields would be an bigger task still.
This month, Ian Potter returns to the Arla proposal to ban the early disposal of unwanted dairy bull calves, and how working in partnership with a retailer in a never-ending price battle is a more promising route to market harmony.
Battling the crippling effects of bovine TB is an issue which has vexed the farming industry for decades, with the resultant political inaction leading to the destruction of millions of cattle and, most likely, innumerable farm businesses.
This month, Ian Potter tells us how contract legislation might lead to lower farmgate milk prices, how plant-based milks are nudging dairy off the shelves, and finally how we all need to learn to work together.