As farms expand with more remote buildings or totally separate yards, many farmers are looking at camera systems for security and to monitor stock. Toby Whatley looks at what you need to know and finds out more about remote-controlled units from UK suppliers.
With sheep scab incidences on the rise, the need for effective treatment has never been more important. Alex Heath visits a contractor who has built his own mite killing machinery.
While we will have to wait a little bit longer for a physical version of the French SIMA machinery show, its digital alternative highlighted several machinery and technology developments, from loaders and drills to bale
Self-propelled diet feeders are becoming more common on UK farms, but their cost and size means they are generally considered to be the tool for a large dairy herd. However, one Warwickshire farmer has proved they can work for a smaller operation, too.
The latest BvL self-propelled feeder wagon is at work on a Cheshire dairy farm, but it has been quite a journey. Jane Carley reports finds out how the new machine is fitting in on-farm.
Straw grinding with a Roto Grind 760 has become an integral part of the livestock contract services provided by Shropshire-based CR Bowen Contractors. Geoff Ashcroft reports.
Bunnings most compact rear discharge spreader is hard at work for one Welsh poultry enterprise. Jane Carley finds out how the spreader is fitting in with the farm business.
Schaffer was the first loader manufacturer to add lithium-ion batteries, as found in mobile phones and power tools, into a compact loader, the 23e.
Dee Bank Farm, Mount Road, Leek, Staffordshire,