The next five to 10 years will bring unprecedented change to the farming industry, and while there are many issues that farmers can’t control, there is plenty they can do to prepare. Continue reading
Landowners who are considering generating or storing energy should act fast before grid capacity runs out.
Animal, soil and plant analyses are becoming increasingly important tools in farm and environmental management, and rapid growth at Cawood Scientific has brought all of these strands together. Continue reading
Farmers and rural businesses will have to keep all their VAT records and submit returns online from April 2019. But while Government plans to Make Tax Digital could prove challenging and time-consuming, it also offers a great opportunity to improve budgeting and business management.
The Government will not water down food safety and animal welfare standards in the pursuit of trade deals after Brexit, according to Defra minister George Eustice. Continue reading
Drones are becoming increasingly popular in the agricultural industry and with the constantly developing technology it can be hard to keep up. Continue reading
Pig and poultry producers see the use of new technology to improve performance as one of the greatest opportunities in the years ahead, and there was plenty on offer at the Pig & Poultry Fair. Continue reading
Pig and poultry producers are fit and ready to embrace change, with a bright outlook ahead despite a few Brexit clouds on the horizon. Continue reading
Agriculture is facing unprecedented change. Brexit, restrictions on chemical usage, and accelerating scientific innovation all make for uncertain times. However, with revolution comes opportunity, so how can farmers ensure the best possible outcome for their business? Continue reading
Farmers can get a glimpse of the latest innovation and research at this year’s Cereals Event, thanks to the introduction of quick fire presentations. Continue reading