NFU Mutual said farmers who had tried to use machinery to cut a fire break in last year's summer had seen their machinery engulfed by flames and had to 'run for their lives'
With more than a quarter of the 400 exhibitors at Cereals new for 2023, visitors will have the opportunity to explore trade stands, two stages, crop demonstrations and much more. Alice Dyer and Ash Burbidge report.
The high value equipment had been stolen from tractors in Cheshire
High feed, fertiliser and fuel costs are driving UK dairy farmers to want to produce better silage in 2023. And those who made multi-cut grass silage during the droughted 2022 season tended to be better off.
A key take home message at the Rootstock conference in Exeter was to change the way growers think about soils
Simon Nelson advises farmers on a wide range of arable and forage crops across Cumbria, north Lancashire and into south west Scotland. He has worked for Agrovista for 23 years.
New research has uncovered how late applications of foliar nitrogen can boost milling wheat protein.
Sencrop is expecting that new research and collaboration opportunities will benefit British farmers as it opens its first UK office at NIAB’s Barn4 AgriTech Incubator in Cambridge.
As spring barley drilling gets underway in some areas, Limagrain UK’s arable technical manager, Ron Granger, outlines six ways to get the most from the crop this season.
A new database of 19 insect genomes encompassing some of the most damaging pests of crops worldwide has been made publicly available.
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