The Royal Bath & West of England Society is delighted to announce a new event: A Field to Food Learning Day to be held at the Showground on 13 April 2016.
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Farmers should be careful to dispose of their waste plastic in accordance with the law or risk huge fines, following the conviction of a business in Oxfordshire. Continue reading “Dispose of plastic waste carefully or risk huge fines, warns Farm XS”
Hailing a new generation of Great British festival, this year’s Royal Bath & West Show promises more farming, more food and drink and more fun – the same show, but even better.
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A group of potato growers are set to hear the latest cutting-edge advice on agronomy and marketing at a breakfast meeting next week.
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Farming profits may be under pressure, but it is cash flow that typically presents the greatest challenge, according to accountant and financial planner Old Mill. Farmers should therefore take great care to plan ahead to avoid potential pinch points during the current downturn.
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Many potato crops are likely to be suffering from nutrient deficiencies, meaning growers have the potential to significantly boost both yields and quality.
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Farmers who are still waiting to receive their full Basic Payment should consider asking HM Revenue & Customs if they can defer their January tax bill, according to accountant Old Mill.
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