The second article in the grassland guide looks at how to achieve optimal fertiliser responses from your soils and how to utilise the nutrient content of farmyard manure
Last season’s heatwave provided some big lessons for making grass silage. So what can we learn from 2022?
As temperatures continue to rise pig producers are being urged to correctly manage heat stress to reduce impact on performance
The first in a series of articles looking at the fundamentals of grassland management to help maximise farm productivity and performance.
A large amount of heifers are not lasting into their second lactation, but what can farmers do at the rearing stage to prevent this from happening?
Alan Vague was found fatally injured in the gateway of his Lower Tredore farm by his wife last June.
Last July, Isobel and I sold eight hectares of hay to a man who contacted us through Facebook.
Since October, I have embarked on the most stressful experience of my 26 years to date. "What’s that?" you may ask. Well, completely renovating a house solo during a cost-of-living crisis, of course.
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.
With finished lamb prices currently trending up on this time last year, UK sheep producers are being encouraged to protect valuable young lambs from preventable disease threats this summer
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