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There has never a better time to let farmers support your mental and physical health and for all of us to support a green recovery from Covid-19, according to Caroline Millar,Agritourism Monitor Farm programme co-ordinator.
Christopher Murley farms in partnership with his two brothers and parents at two neighbouring farms on the western tip of Cornwall. Higher Bojewyan farm has 180 autumn-calving pedigree Jerseys and Levant farm runs 120 spring-calving cows on the 370-acre mostly grass enterprise.
At the start of this year, I said 2020 could be the year of opportunity for dairy. Little did I know at the NFU Conference in February that we would all be facing a global pandemic and the many challenges which have arisen as a result of Covid-19.
For too long, farmers and vets have had very little opportunity to take control of eradicating TB. Now, we have a plan to change things, says James Russell, British Veterinary Association (BVA) junior vice president.
How the fodder stores have changed in three weeks. Throughout the first half of the year there have been significant concerns about tonnages of crops grown from grass all the way through to arable crops, largely as a result of difficult weather conditions.