Thursday 30 November, 2023

Host farm shows regen is not one size fits all  

The first of two Down to Earth events, organised by RABDF, took place in Somerset, with speakers and exhibitors focusing on all things regenerative farming. Ellie Layton reports. 

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Host farm shows regen is not one size fits all  

The first of two Down to Earth events, organised by RABDF, took place in Somerset, with speakers and exhibitors focusing on all things regenerative farming. Ellie Layton reports. 

Rushywood Farm in Plucknett, Somerset, hosted the Down to Earth South event and host farmer, Neil Baker, explained the farm, which is home to a fully housed herd of 1,750 cows and 1,800 heifers, might...

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