In my last article I talked about the great Walford Ploughathon where 16 of our agricultural students ploughed approximately 170 acres within a 24-hour time period at Bruce Udale’s farm near Telford, writes Chris Jones.
Come the first of November my dairy cows and the blessed maize crop are still in the fields, writes Sally Yates.
From October 1, 2015 any new tenancy of a dwelling in England or Wales which permits a ‘home business’ to be carried on in the house will be exempt from the security of tenure provisions under Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, writes Mark Morison.
A call for soils and water research partnerships has been launched by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board, with funds from the potatoes, cereals and oilseeds, dairy and horticulture sectors.
Beef farmers are invited to visit 2012 Farmers Weekly Beef Farmer of the Year winner, James Evans for a farm walk looking in particular at beef cow fertility and heat detection.
The Farmer is offering 10 lucky readers the chance to win tickets to the English Winter Fair.
The NFU is calling on Herefordshire Council to keep as many of its tenant farms as possible after councillors agreed to drop a recommendation to sell the entire estate.
Having a conversation about the future of your farming business can be complex with many things to consider. Getting it wrong can be costly so to help farmers get it right Berrys alongside Howard Worth and Butcher & Barlow LLP, are hosting a free seminar on succession planning in farming families.