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19 June 2015| Forestry,News

Public sector forestry is benefiting from a new driving force with four top jobs now being held by women. For the first time, women are now in leading forestry roles in both Forestry Commission Scotland and at the Scottish Government. In an industry traditionally managed by men, the new team demonstrates that this is now changing, and exemplifies the public sector commitment to achieving greater diversity in workplace at a senior level in ...





19 June 2015 | Forestry,News
Changing face of modern forestry

Public sector forestry is benefiting from a new driving force with four top jobs now being held by women. For the first time, women are now in lea...


New sales manager for Cooper Pegler and Berthoud hand-held sprayers

A spraying equipment specialist experienced in supplying hand-held sprayers for applications in grounds care, landscaping, forestry, agriculture and c...


24 April 2015 | Forestry,Market Reports,News
Wood fiber costs for pulp mills in the Western US have increased substantially

Wood fiber costs for pulp mills in the Western US have increased substantially over the past year while other regions in the US have experienced only ...


New mixed heritage skills apprenticeship introduced

Walford and North Shropshire College (WNSC) and Stiperstones and Corndon Hill Country Landscape Partnership Scheme are delighted to announce the launc...


5 March 2015 | Forestry,News
Countdown to one million trees

Plans for an ambitious tree-planting initiative, ‘One Million Trees in One Day’, are underway thanks to the vision and efforts of project co-ordinator...


ECM selected as a representative to raise standards in agriculture alongside the Prime Minister

The Parliamentary Review, which has several versions based on key policy areas, has the involvement of the Prime Minister, leading Cabinet ministers i...


UK farmer confidence falling, according to new survey

Falling farmgate prices and market price volatility have contributed to a drop in farmer confidence, a new survey by the NFU has revealed. After th...


6 November 2014 | Forestry,News
Woodland Trust response to Liz Truss National Pollinator Strategy

The Woodland Trust has welcomed the new National Pollinator Strategy (NPS), launched yesterday by the Secretary of State for Environment and Rural Aff...


26 September 2014 | Forestry,News,Poultry
Egg producers promote a million reasons to choose free range!

The British Free Range Egg Producers Association (BFREPA) have launched public-facing campaign to publicise the many benefits of free range eggs with ...


18 September 2014 | Cattle,Forestry,News,Sheep
Planting trees improves lamb and cow health

Farmers discovered ways of improving the health and wellbeing of livestock at a recent event aimed at highlighting how trees can increase a farm’s pro...


17 July 2014 | Forestry,News
Ancient woodland threat now hits Ambridge

It may be fictional but the latest storyline in the BBC’s longest running soap opera, The Archers, highlights the very real and growing threat to anci...


17 June 2014 | Forestry,News
Better regulation needed for wood treatment

Better regulation is needed to protect farmers from the risk of rotting fence posts, following a spate of timber failures, according to a Cornish timb...


24 April 2014 | Forestry,Market Reports,News
Wood pellet exports from North America to Europe have doubled in two years

With no slowdown in sight, North American wood pellet exporting companies keep building new facilities to manufacture pellets for the European market....


Global sawlog prices rose in the 4Q/13

Higher demand for lumber and increased global trade of logs pushed sawlog prices upward in many markets during 2013, according to the Wood Resource Qu...


Increases in Russian lumber exports have not compensated for decline in log exports

Increases in Russian lumber exports have not compensated for the decline in log exports that came as the result of the implementation of higher log ex...



Forestry Jobs


Start Date: 23 June 2015
Harvest and Autumn / general farm worker, who is a skilled tractor driver.>>> Mendlesham  ,Nr Stowmarket , Suffolk

Family farm requires a tractor driver /general farm worker who is competent in all tractor manoeuvres .  

Some of th...


Start Date: 18 June 2015
Harvest Worker/ Tractor Driver >>> Northamptonshire

Family farm with 1750 acre of combinable crops needs a skilled English speaking Harvest tractor driver. You will be carrying ...


Start Date: 24 June 2015
Job for Manager of grain store & animal feed mill.  Rare job opportunity in the >>Midlands<<

Do you have experience of working in a feed mill? We are looking for a new manager for out Equine feed mill.  You will h...


Start Date: 25 June 2015
Job for Harvest tractor driver>>>Ware Herts

Family farm with 1,800 acres of combinable crops needs a tractor driver to help over the harvest.  You will be corn cart...


Start Date: 18 June 2015
English speaking Harvest tractor driver Job

Family farm and contracting business needs help harvesting 3500 acres over 8 farms. Driving a John Deere you will be car...












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