Visit the UK’s leading indoor agricultural event, with eleven packed halls of the very latest in agricultural machinery and equipment. Now at the NEC, Birmingham this is free to attend and free to park.
Defra Secretary George Eustice has said the measures to tackle supply chain unfairness in the Agriculture Bill will give farmers a ‘fair share of the cake’, despite the fact they do not touch on price.
There has been a recent shift in silage making practice as more dairy farmers put greater reliance on home-grown forage. Farmers Guardian takes a look at how best to make sure a multi-cut approach stacks up.
A set of goals shared between the farming and food industries and government has led to trade wins for New Zealand over the years, according to government and industry representatives from the country.
The show and sale of in-lamb females and gimmer hoggs at J36 included the Rough Diamond sale on behalf of the Rough Fell Sheep Breeders Association where a new record of 1,450gns was set for the reserve champion.
THE Classy Lassies show and sale of crossing type Bluefaced Leicester females at Carlisle peaked at 9,000gns but trade was selective with averages down for ewes and shearlings although up just over £400 on the year for hoggs.