LAMMA is the UK’s largest agricultural trade show, where over 850 exhibitors will host the most extensive array of farm machinery, equipment, and services to be found in one location anywhere in the UK.
As thousands of people prepare to enjoy Open Farm Sunday this weekend, one Shropshire farm is bracing itself for a record number of visitors. Danusia Osiowy meets father and son team, Sam and Ben Dixon, to find out more.
Establishing a new business comes with many challenges, but add in the fact there is no blueprint for the idea and the journey becomes even tougher. Rachael Porter meets the producer of PECK to find out more.
One Sussex estate remains firmly committed to rare and native breed sheep and beef sold direct to the consumer, but diversifying and introducing a commercial flock has proved essential to ensure the business’s long-term survival, as Aly Balsom reports.
Influenced by his family’s breed of beef, Mark and Catherine Davies focus on creating the best management system for their cows to thrive. Barry Alston visits the husband and wife team to find out more.
Going home to farm was never John Connell’s intention, but through learning the family trade, he’s written a best-selling book and been able to effectively manage his mental health. Emily Ashworth finds out more.
Roger Longman is proof you create farmhouse, artisan cheese and still compete at a world class level to gain the ultimate recognition. Ann Hardy meets the current champion of the British Cheese Awards.