CONNECTING WITH THE PUBLIC THROUGH MILK, MEAT AND MUSIC

Chris Berry visits ‘Oscar’ winners the Ross family in Morthen Winning a ‘Rural Oscar’ doesn’t necessarily mean everything in the English country garden (or farm)...

FLEECES, BEEF AND PRIZE WINNING SHEEP AT MARRICK

Chris Berry talks with Syd Bainbridge at Marrick Abbey Farm. Back in the 1990s I took a photograph of a man loading up a trailer...

GROUNDS CLEARANCE MADE EASY

Grounds teams are being encouraged to make the most of the better weather and prepare areas before temperatures drop. Robust brushcutters from Billy Goat are...

PROTECTING YOURSELF AGAINST FLY-TIPPERS

Fly-tipping is an increasingly common problem, with some extremely disturbing recent examples resulting in significant financial burdens on farmers. Unfortunately, land managers, occupiers or...

ATVS – ESSENTIAL ON TODAY’S FARMS

The best farm vehicles need to be reliable and practical. The quad bike, ATV (all-terrain vehicle) and UTV (utility task vehicle) tick these boxes...

GROWING DEMAND FOR GIBBONS HI-PERFORMANCE FANS

Gibbons Engineering Group, based near Maldon in Essex, has been inundated with enquiries for its range of high-performance grain store fans since launching its...

BEWARE OF UNDER INSURANCE

Do you know what you should insure? Have you got enough cover if you need to claim? During the last few weeks, Belmont Regency Ltd reports...

FARMING MACHINERY AND TECHNIQUES TO LAUNCH AT NOTTS EVENT

LOCAL farmers are looking forward to the return of a popular machinery show where new products, machinery and technology are set to be unveiled. The...

LAA CONTINUES BICENTENARY YEAR CELEBRATIONS

More than two centuries of innovation and transparency are being marked throughout 2017, as the livestock auction mart industry celebrates the bicentenary of the...

A ‘LOGICAL’ AND COST-EFFECTIVE APPROACH TO IMPROVE UPLAND GRAZING

Bracken spreads at a rate of 3% per year, which doesn’t sound a great deal, but after just eight years, this means that a...

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