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Farmers Guardian’s first Farm Futures Exchange saw speakers with experience in various diversifications share their advice and top tips with Farm Futures members, as part of a digital roundtable.
UK politicians have been urged to follow EU law to ensure dairy terms are protected from manufacturers of plant-based products which trade under dairy names and use dairy values to sell products but ‘have very little in common with dairy at all’
This week from Farmers Guardian editor Olivia Midgley (September 15)
Defra Secretary Therese Coffey made it clear she did not agree with her predecessor’s ‘arbitrary deadline’ on ending the badger cull
Farmers who have secured Sustainable Farming Incentive agreements by the end of October will be paid a proportion of the monies by December
Kate farms alongside her husband Jim on their farm near Abergavenny, Monmouthshire. Farming 122 ha (300 acres), the main enterprise consists of 800 breeding ewes and cider made on site from their orchards. She is a Mum of two, runs ‘Kate’s Country School’ on farm and is the Woodland Creation Officer for Stump Up For Trees.
Mid-August and the weather continues to challenge us; in our case for silage making. Sneaking odd days is the best we have managed but quantity and quality have been surprisingly good for late summer.
When it comes to assessing the reality of Brexit there is no need for anyone to listen to predictions, we can now see the reality of the new world some wanted.
It all began with my dad having a hernia operation, which meant I would be running the yard, and that was not really a big deal.