P.X. Farms flapjack recipe featured in book For The Love Of The Land

A few months ago we were approached by Jenny Jefferies who was looking to celebrate farming family recipes from across the nation. We submitted our contribution and then the pandemic hit. Any photos had to be done by the photographer doing the recipes himself – we hope he found our flapjacks delicious!

Jenny Jefferies – For The Love Of The Land

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Did you see us talking about this year’s harvest on ITV?!

Did you see our Managing Director, James Peck, talking to ITV News Anglia about this year’s harvest? And, in particular, potatoes?

It was tremendous fun, and it’s always fantastic to be able to share our passion for farming with as wide an audience as possible. Big thanks to ITV News Anglia for coming out to film us, and kudos to them for supporting the farming community by showing such an interest.

If you didn’t catch it at the time, please click on the video link below (sound required!).

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Recruiting new drivers for our expanding haulage fleet!

We’re in the exciting process of expanding our haulage fleet, with two of our four new Volvos arriving yesterday.

And, as a result of this new expansion, we’re currently recruiting new drivers! This is to work alongside our farm team, moving agricultural goods such as cereals, sugar beet, potatoes and fertilisers.


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If you’re interested, please get in touch on 01954 210 211 option 1

As an aside, we’re also looking to introduce a graduate driver scheme – more to follow on the blog soon.


It’s all about the P.X. Family – James Peck

Without the P.X team, we wouldn’t be where we are today – our 38 strong workforce are the core of our business.

We provide high quality accommodation to our team and plan working shifts in advance so we are able to give our families real quality of life working in an agricultural environment. This results in staff retention and stability. 

Investment in training is vital to us. In addition to our current staff training programme, last year we started the P.X. Farms Graduate Programme, which employs one new young person every two years, and puts them through a range of farm experiences – including combining in Australia.

We also organise regular educational trips and speakers’ meetings for all farm staff to encourage continuous learning. Most recently a group of staff, including the current P.X. Farms Graduate Jamie Willoughby, went on a learning trip to SIMA in France.

We’re always investing in ways to keep our team and those working around them safe, and looking after our team’s health and well being. Recent examples include the new CCTV system on our latest lorries to ensure drivers are more aware of their environment and who is around them, and the purchase of an onsite cherry picker to reduce the need for our team to go up and down ladders.

But it’s not just our employees we feel are part of the P.X. Family, it’s the partners we team up with – our machinery suppliers, trades people like plumbers,builders, electricians, those with specialist expertise and our clients. Together we build the foundation to expand and the opportunity to provide value.