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Top Tips - is contract farming the way forward for you?

Top Tips - is contract farming the way forward for you?

Contract farming can be an effective method for those looking to get a stronger foothold in the industry. Ben Pike reports on all the essential need-to-know information.

Could crowdfunding be your step towards further investment?

Could crowdfunding be your step towards further investment?

Whether your business is refused a bank loan or you want to try an alternative method of fund raising, crowdfunding is picking up the pace and becoming a viable funding option for many businesses.

With Spring in the air, Scottish daffodil supplier offers tips to would-be growers

With Spring in the air, Scottish daffodil supplier offers tips to would-be growers

The first sign of spring can be seen when daffodils pop up across the countryside, but for one Scottish co-operative, the scale of growth is big business. Olivia Cooper talks to the managing director of Grampian Growers about what needs to be considered to grow your own commercially.

How to pitch your product to a supermarket

How to pitch your product to a supermarket

Diversifying your farm business is a popular and productive way to utilise your skills and resources, but with such an abundance of farm products on offer, how do you pitch your ideas to a supermarket and make them

SAYFC launch farming business training programme to 'cultivate futures'

SAYFC launch farming business training programme to 'cultivate futures'

Scottish young farmers will soon be benefiting from a new agricultural and business training programme.

Farm fatalities fall but health and safety stigma must be addressed

Farm fatalities fall but health and safety stigma must be addressed

Farming kills and injures more people than any other industry in the UK and Ireland. As the fourth National Farm Safety Week comes to a close we ask why agriculture’s safety record is so poor.

Water competition - how to make it work for you

Water competition - how to make it work for you

Farmers are being urged to get switch savvy as the countdown to water competition begins. Marie-Claire Kidd finds out what the changes mean and how farmers can secure the best deal.

How to recruit good staff: Quality is key

How to recruit good staff: Quality is key

Finding good staff is a bugbear for many farm businesses. Ben Pike finds out how you can improve your staff intake.

Welsh farming helpline desperate for volunteers following 'significant' referral levels

Welsh farming helpline desperate for volunteers following 'significant' referral levels

In a year when farmers are struggling to cope with the exceptional challenges of an industry in crisis, volunteers are urgently being sought to lend a confidential listening ear.

Expert reports the financial benefits of increasing sow litter size

Expert reports the financial benefits of increasing sow litter size

Margins of up to £338 can be achieved by increasing UK sow litters to 21 piglets says a leading expert.

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