FG BUY&SELL        FARMERS WEATHER       ARABLE FARMING        DAIRY FARMER      FARMERS GUARDIAN        AGRIMONEY        OUR EVENTS        MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS        BLOGS        MORE FROM US

You are viewing 1 of your 2 free articles

You’ll need to join us by becoming a member to gain more access.
Already a Member?

Login Join us now

24 Hours in Farming: 15 photos you shouldn't forget

27 Jul 2016 Emily Ashworth

24 Hours in Farming is back and as we approach August 18, here is a reminder of all the fantastic pictures you sent in last year.

Twitter Facebook
  • New life being brought on to the farm
  • The pierce family
  • On the lookout!
  • Nick and Claire Bragg
  • Booth Rhual Dairy
  • Pink sky at night...
  • A family affair!
  • The view from the office
  • Georgie Lethbridge
  • Charles Sutcliffe
  • Gary Naylor
  • Got to get fed before you farm!
  • Pipers farm
  • Mike's cows love a rich tea biscuit!
  • Harvesting under way
View Full Screen View Full Screen

24 Hours in Farming is coming on August 18 - 19, 5am to 5am.

 

As we approach the big day and after the huge success of last year, we’ve pulled fifteen of the best photographs together to relive what a fantastic day it was.

 

For more information on this year’s event, go to www.24hoursinfarming.co.uk and make sure to use the hashtag #Farm24 on everything you do.

Rating (0 vote/s)
Post a Comment
To see comments and join in the conversation please log in.

More News

'It offends sheep producers' - AHDB must do more to promote British lamb

NFU livestock board chairman Charles Sercombe has challenged AHDB to come before the union and explain what it has achieved for levy payers over the last two years.

Growers urged not to panic during frosts and freezing temperatures

A switch to freezing temperatures has come as a worry to growers and agronomists.

Dog shot dead by farmer as police issue warning after sheep attack - two arrested

Police in Scotland are warning dog owners and people walking dogs in the countryside to keep their animals under control.

Apprentice farm worker avoids jail after kicking cow in face and stamping on new-born calf

A teenager has been banned from keeping and working with livestock for two years after kicking and stamping on cow and calf.

'I can't imagine life without farming' - 24 Hours in Farming is back - bigger and better than ever...

24 Hours in Farming is back and this year, supported by Morrisons, it will be bigger and better than ever.
FG Insight and FGInsight.com are trademarks of Briefing Media Ltd.
Farmers Guardian and FarmersGuardian.com are trademarks of Farmers Guardian Ltd, a subsidiary of Briefing Media Ltd.
All material published on FGInsight.com and FarmersGuardian.com is copyrighted © 2016 by Briefing Media Limited. All rights reserved.
RSS news feeds