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Starting out in farming has been a steep learning curve for Rosie Howes and Scott Brame, but as they told Clemmie Gleeson, they have lots of ideas and plans for the future.
Being innovative and facing change head on has been central to success for Leicestershire arable farmers Leigh and Donya Donger. Clemmie Gleeson reports.
After starting their beef and sheep enterprise on a shoestring and building it up through hard work and determination, Oliver and Charlotte Johnson have now taken on a farm business tenancy in Nottinghamshire. Clemmie Gleeson
Suffolk farmers Richard and Natasha Mann are planning to hand over their busy arable farm and potato business and take a well-earned retirement. But, as they told Clemmie Gleeson, they have no plans to give up their Yarn Hill
The Country Food Trust has produced 1.5 million meals for people in need, but with an estimated 8.4m people now in food poverty across the UK, chief executive officer Tim Woodward believes it is just the beginning for the charity.
Teaching school children how food is grown is just one benefit of the work of Norfolk-based charity the Papillon Project. The charity’s founder Matt Willer told Clemmie Gleeson that farmers have played a big part in its success so far.
With environmental considerations at the heart of management decisions on his Shropshire farm, Hugh Pocock set about finding the best livestock for the job. Clemmie Gleeson reports.
Planning a large scale pea crop across more than 100 farms in Norfolk and Suffolk is a complicated task. Andy Beach, general manager of growers’ co-operative Anglian Pea Growers spoke to Clemmie Gleeson on how he makes it wor
Tim May has made some big changes to the Kingsclere estate over the past decade, shifting from entirely arable to incorporate grassland and three livestock enterprises. Clemmie Gleeson finds out more.