Designed to cope with a wide variety of soils, one large-scale East Anglian root crop grower has invested in the latest stone separators.
Aiming to improve the timeliness and effectiveness of his grassland rejuvenation and overseeding service, contractor Ian Kirkby opted for the latest tool from He-Va.
Rather than go for one of the usual big names, one West Sussex-based contractor has opted for a nine metre SIP butterfly mower-conditioner to boost output for his hay and haylage operation.
Looking for a safer means of emptying lagoons while boosting output, one Devon contractor has opted for the Walrus pumping unit from Wox Agri Services.
The last time we visited Gloucestershire contractor David Hunt, he was getting to grips with a Kuhn Merge Maxx 950 to improve forage quality. So did it live up to expectations?
Are you overlooking the passive improvement you could gain in your herds’ fertility? In combination with good management practices, a consistent focus on breeding for better fertility plays a critical role in improving your bottom line.
With concerns over soil and water quality following the harvest of maize, a charitable organisation and a group of farmers are making use of dedicated undersowing drills to combat the problem. Alex Heath finds out more.
Concerned about the impact their farms are having on Loweswater Lake, a group of farmers are using two grassland rejuvenation machines to reduce runoff entering the lake. Alex Heath finds out more.