Joe Stanley is a beef and arable farmer based in Leicestershire. He is a conservationist and an advocate for sustainability in food, farming & the environment. Check out Joe's videos to learn more about crops and the daily routine of a beef and arable farmer!
Here Joe talks crops and fertilisers.
Victoria Dimond is a dairy and sheep farmer based in Somerset. She has true passion for livestock farming whilst raising her three children. Check out Victoria's videos to learn more about lambing and where your milk comes from!
Victoria discusses ewe mule lambs and how they develop into breeding.
Getting in the kitchen can be a great opportunity to learn. From measuring to mathematics, from dealing with hot ovens to cleaning up after yourself, baking and cooking is a great life skill to teach any individual. It can be as simple as fruity jelly, or even mixing up your classic banana bread, we have something for all ages!
Download our FG kids hub mascot, Terry the Tractor and colour him in! Think outside the box, the brighter the better. Then scan or take a picture of your colouring and email your entry along with your name, age and contact details to:
Deadline for entries is 27th May 2020. The winner will receive an amazing Lego tractor! By entering you agree to the the competition's terms and conditions.
Tell us why you want a career in agriculture...
Agriculture is a huge industry within our country, and there are so many different career aspects. In less than 350 words tell us why you would like to work in agriculture. Feel free to add a photo with your submission! Then email your piece over to:
Deadline for entries is 27th May 2020. The winner will receive a £20 Amazon voucher. Please note the prize will only be sent to the winner upon the end of lockdown. By entering you agree to the competition's terms and conditions.
Agrifac UK have recently launched a brand new Kids Club, with the aim to further support customers by giving them additional extra-curricular activities to occupy their children during home-schooling. The workbook includes a variety of games, puzzles, recipes and more to keep little ones entertained whilst they are unable to attend school, and is aimed at children aged between 4-16 years old.
To request a copy for your children, please send an email to:
and include your name and postal address.