Discover industry updates from the last two weeks, handpicked. Let’s find out what’s been going on.
Farmers are urged to be careful following a sighting of Asian hornets in Dover; an arable farm in the Cotswolds has been trialling nature based solutions to bring in new revenue; farmers should be aware that they will need to show ID when buying fertilisers containing ammonium nitrate from October.
An arable farm in the Cotswolds has been trialling nature based solutions to bring in new revenue.
Discussion at the Royal Welsh Show last week was rife with one key discussion: is Welsh farming under threat due to competition for land and climate change goals from the UK government? Philip Case and Debbie James explore the topic in this article for Farmers Weekly.
Farmers focusing on sustainable farming, take note: a £10,000 prize is up for grabs for those who can contribute ideas on how to improve sustainable farming practices. The Green Innovation Award aims to improve green farming throughout the country.
The recent inconsistent weather has had a major consequence: barley quality throughout the UK has been affected.
How can arable farmers benefit from the Sustainable Farming Incentive 2023?
Farmers should be aware that they will need to show ID when buying fertilisers containing ammonium nitrate from October.
Farmers Guide explores what you need to know about the revised WRAG guidance ahead of autumn drilling.
Farming UK shares information about a ‘postcode lottery’ diversification grant that farmers should apply for.
The average price of arable land could be set to rise in the future.
Farmers are urged to be careful following a sighting of Asian hornets in Dover.
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