Hope for the best, expect the worst and take what comes! Many of us, most of us, live by this old adage whether consciously or not, writes Clive Davies.
In recent months there has been increasing interest in the role of universities in assisting economic growth, writes Dr David Llewellyn, Vice Chancellor of Harper Adams University.
The CAP reform in 2015 will see the Single Payment Scheme superseded by the Basic Payment Scheme, writes Tiffany Salmon.
For a working farmer, letting farm cottages can be a valuable source of income but there are a number of practical issues that need to be considered to maximise the return and comply with increasingly onerous legislation, writes Tim Perkins.
Cruckton Ploughing Match celebrates its 82nd event this year and will be held on Saturday, September 20, at Wood Hall Farm, Hanwood, near Shrewsbury, home of Cruckton and District Ploughing Society chairman Richard Savage and family.
A brand new national dairy show will be opening its doors on Wednesday, September 17 . Following two years without a national specialist dairy show, this brand new event has generated unprecedented interest.
Land remains in demand as investors and lifestyle buyers jostle for best plots and shortages of agricultural land continue to stoke prices.
After a flying start to harvest, the catchy weather in the latter half of August frustrated grain growers as later crops stubbornly remain in the field.