Join Farmers Guardian Editor Ben Briggs, and Head of News and Business Olivia Midgley, for weekly thought-provoking and lighthearted debate around the key issues affecting farming, food and the countryside right now. This podcast is brought to you in association with the CLA.
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Featuring a new cab with lower noise levels, greater comfort and dramatically improved overhead visibility, JCB’s latest Series III Loadalls promised many improvements. But do these improvements actually make a difference? Simon Henley visits a dairy farm in Somerset to find out.
For Brinklow Biogas, the purchase of its latest forager has improved the efficiency of its maize harvesting campaign while also inspiring the business to explore new techniques for harvesting maize. Simon Henley reports.
Keeping tractors and trailers visible on the road can undoubtedly save lives. Jane Carley looks at the legislation, some of the packages available and talks to farmers committed to ‘being seen to be safe’.
Above the 300hp mark, a host of developments have seen new ranges and different traction methods emerge, providing plenty of options for those in need of a prime mover. Alex Heath rounds up the latest developments.
Welfare is of paramount importance in any livestock enterprise, not least in the pig industry. One of the UK’s leading pig businesses is exploring how LED lighting in its buildings can reduce aggression and enhance
Looking for a more capable loader tractor with greater visibility to suit traditional livestock buildings, one Somerset farm opted for Claas’ Arion 400 Series, complete with panoramic cab option. Geoff Ashcroft reports.
Featuring a new cab with lower noise levels, greater comfort and dramatically improved overhead visibility, JCB’s latest Series III Loadalls promised many improvements. Simon Henley visits a dairy farm in Somerset to find out more.
For one farm, a brace of combi-drills from Alpego are proving invaluable at getting crops into the ground in challenging conditions, be it from varying soil types or temperamental weather. Alex Heath finds out more.