This year sees the Golden Anniversary of Farmers Guardian. It’s been 50 years since we evolved from the once Preston Guardian.
Whilst pausing for celebrations, we’ve taken stock, listened to our readers and have given the publication a new look, design and feel.
First and foremost we remain Agriculture’s National Newspaper, presenting you with unparalleled industry news and analysis.
Our coverage continues to be first rate and offers independent opinion from industry experts. It’s no surprise that Sky News and the BBC turn to us for the real stories behind the headlines.
In addition to delivering the very best in news coverage we remain firmly in touch with the farming community.
Our campaigns, such as last year’s Fair Trade for British Farmers which generated over 50,000 signatures, support your hard work and provide a voice for you.
We’ve given the paper a fresher look to help you get the most from every article. Essential facts and figures are highlighted and presented in a user friendly format. The stories and features are now shorter, punchier, and clearer to read and digest. This new design makes it easier to find the content most relevant to you.
We’re dedicated to keeping farmers up-to-date with their business needs. Whether you’re a herdsman of 50 cows or a grower with 500 hectares, Farmers Guardian understands the challenges you face on a daily basis. Topical, technical advice for both arable and livestock farmers help you focus on ways to increase yield, reduce costs and boost your profitability.
Farmers Guardian’s unrivalled shows and sales reports continue to make essential reading for breeders whilst young farmers can keep abreast of YFC news and career opportunities. There’s literally something for everyone.
We appreciate the challenges you face in today’s fast-paced and volatile farming industry. Our new design makes it quicker than ever before to keep up-to-date with the essential information you need to stay ahead.
I’m proud to bring you this latest edition. Whatever your field, enterprise or interest – we’ve got it covered.