Read examples of our journalists’ work, including articles produced for individual PR clients.
AWARD WINNING ARTICLES
Runner-up in the BGAJ / ABP Rural Affairs Award 2018:
Return of the milkman
Runner-up in the GAJ / John Deere Training Award 2018:
FCN sees stress-related calls soar
Runner-up in the Red Tractor Assurance Public Engagement Award 2018:
Open Farm Sunday: Why you should get involved
Runner-up in the Red Tractor Assurance Public Engagement Award 2017:
Farms For City Children. Page 2
Winner of the BGAJ / John Deere Training Award 2017:
Farm24 bridges the rural isolation gap
Winner of the BGAJ Perkins Power on the Farm Award 2016:
Feed automation improves efficiency of Holstein herd. Page 2.
Runner-up in the Yara Award Environment / Rural Affairs Category 2016:
Succession planning: Time to open discussions.
Runner-up in the Yara Award Grassland / Livestock Category 2016:
How to quit dairying when TB strikes.
Winner of the BGAJ John Deere Training Award 2015:
Dairy leaders to hold fresh talks with Morrisons.
Runner-up in the BGAJ Keenan Innovation Award 2014:
Adapting to change in Austria Page 2.
Winner of the BGAJ Yara Grassland Award 2013:
Use antibiotics prudently and at the right time
Winner of the BGAJ NOAH Writer and Broadcaster of the Year Award 2011:
Taking steps to prevent TB (with video)
Runner-up BGAJ NOAH award 2010:
Large scale dairies: Is bigger better? Page 2.
Winner of the BGAJ Perkins Power on the Farm Award 2012:
Who will fix our high-tech farm machinery?
Runner-up BGAJ Perkins Power on the Farm Award 2011:
Cash-savvy Tim’s a green convert Page 2.
Poultry World article for RIDBA, promoting SW buildings conference:
Think like an objector to ease planning approval
Devon Life article for Riverford Organic Farm:
A farming family
Dairy Update article for United Roofing Products, to promote Highlight wall sheets:
Metal sheets could help improve calf health
Devon Life article for the Stag Inn at Rackenford:
A farm to fork story
Dairy Update article for Old Mill, examining what to consider before expansion:
What to consider before going for growth