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Third Queen’s Award recognises Clinton Devon Estates’ outstanding sustainability credentials

One of Devon’s oldest family businesses has received its third consecutive Queen’s Award for Enterprise – the UK’s highest accolade for business succe...


EnviTec Biogas UK strengthens service offer

EnviTec Biogas UK is expanding its dedicated service team in line with the continued growth of the business. The company is doubling the headcount ...


Landia slurry mixer gets beneath the surface at award-winning Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset, home of the Glastonbury Festival.

A submersible slurry mixer made by Landia has completed 17 years of uninterrupted service at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset, home of the Glastonbury ...


26 February 2015 | News,Slurry and Irrigation
Supply chain alignment at Fruit Logistica 2015

At an event described as a “leading platform for innovation for the international fresh produce trade," by its organiser, Dr Christian Göke. Muddy Boo...


Calibration and product choice the key to fertiliser success

Correct set-up and calibration of spreaders can make a significant difference to the effectiveness of fertiliser applications and hence their value to...


Bauer irrigation diesel pumps feature at LAMMA

A mobile irrigation pump set exhibited by Bauer at the LAMMA show is one of a range of units performance-matched to the Rainstar and ProRain reel irri...


EnviTec Biogas UK eyes growth plans after strong financial result

EnviTec Biogas UK is pushing ahead with growth plans after recording a strong financial result. The company is part of EnviTec Biogas AG, which tur...


Tankers and unique Bauer mobile separator at LAMMA 2015

A unique slurry separation system that can be used in different locations will make its UK debut on the Bauer stand (B63) at LAMMA 2015 alongside a ra...


10 December 2014 | Finance,News,Slurry and Irrigation
UK agriculture could lose £905m under new pesticide laws

The loss of agrochemical actives as a result of recent EU criteria has the potential to cost UK agriculture over £905 million, according to a new AHDB...


Soil threat undermining our current way of life

The world’s soils face a wide range of threats that could undermine the very basis to our current way of life. Recently Europe has seen flooding that...


Farmer survey highlights loss of azole fungicide fears

A new farmer survey demonstrates that farmers and growers have real concerns regarding the potential loss of azole fungicides. In a recent survey o...


Adama establishes major foothold in China

Adama Agricultural Solutions and China National Agrochemical Corporation, a strategic business unit of China National Chemical Corporation (ChemChina)...


NFU spells out priorities ahead of 2015 General Election

A Government that understands farm businesses, wants agriculture to grow and has the policies that send the right signals to farmers, are the key mess...


10 September 2014 | News,Slurry and Irrigation
Slurry Pump Longevity with Landia

Fit and forget. A phrase often used in engineering. And never truer than when applying it to slurry pumps at farms. As any reputable pump manufactu...


Local knowledge critical to future water level management in Welsh lowlands

Natural Resources Wales (NRW)’ Report, launched recently, is the first of its kind in Wales looking at the work authorities are conducting across Wale...



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