Taking account of field conditions ahead of silage-making is vital in order to maximise quality.
As part of the Kings Coronation celebrations, English Heritage will be creating one hundred flower-rich meadows at its castles, abbeys, stone circles and palaces.
With lamb performance heavily reliant on the ewe’s milk supply, ensuring ewes are in the best condition pre-and post-lambing is key to achieving high lamb growth rates.
After the success of the first round of funding in 2022, Katie Fallon looks at what is involved in round two of the Farming Equipment and Technology Fund.
In response to summer droughts and rising input costs, can farmers continue to rely solely on grass leys to finish lambs?
As environmental pressures increase and input costs continue to rise, the importance of soil health and the concept of regenerating soils, is a topic of conversation more and more farmers are becoming a part of.
The Welsh Government must move quickly to legislate on national BVD measures to ensure recent gains are not lost, the Farmers Union of Wales has insisted.
Agroforestry can be seen on farms throughout the UK, often on a large scale. But one Herefordshire farmer is showing how it can be done on a traditional family farm. Ellie Layton reports.
A group of farmers are trialing mob grazing techniques across the country with the support of Innovative Farmers. Ellie Layton spoke to one of the participants to find out more.
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