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Reproductive service to improve fertility and boost farm profitability

Cogent Breeding Limited has today used the first day of the 2014 Livestock Event to launch a new reproductive service which combines the company’s nex...


New dawn for Landia’s Pig Slurry Pumps and Mixers

“After 21 years, one of our Landia slurry pumps actually got to see daylight” - so said Chris Carter at Strathyre Farm near Preston when his submersib...


Submersible propeller pump for long pig slurry channels

Landia’s AXP 500 propeller pump is ideal for pig slurry circulation and homogenisation in channels under slatted floors. Especially suitable for...


Landia’s New Cost-Saving Dry-Pit Slurry Pump installation

For the Pig Industry, Landia’s MPTK Liquid Slurry Pump is very easy to install in a dry pit, available as a complete pump and polyethylene (PE)-pit pa...


24 March 2014 | News,Slurry and Irrigation
Scottish farmers move back to fertiliser placement

Arable farmers in Scotland are changing back to combination drilling in a big way due to better crop establishment, enhanced plant nutrition, improved...


Landia pumps and mixers go the distance at The Grosvenor Estate

Pumps and mixers from Landia UK, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2014, are helping Grosvenor Farms to efficiently and effectively process...


John Deere receives two awards at FIMA 2014

Two John Deere innovations have won awards at the 2014 FIMA show, one of Europe’s leading agricultural equipment trade fairs held in Zaragoza, Spain i...


Outlook bearish for global fertiliser industry

Rabobank are bearish on the global fertiliser industry, according to its Q1 Fertiliser Quarterly report. In urea, a temporary imbalance between supply...


Fertilisers destabilise grasslands in changing conditions

Fertilisation of grasslands significantly reduces their ability to cope with changing conditions even when they contain a diverse mix of plants, finds...


13 February 2014 | News,Slurry and Irrigation
Slurry guidance issued to flooded farmers

Natural Resources Wales is issuing farmers with guidance to help them manage slurry storage and spreading following the recent wet weather. The gui...


The Biogas combi that seeks to make it easier for farmers

The simple but highly effective ComBigaS approach to AD is proving that very notable biogas yields can be achieved, even when your raison d’être was b...


7 November 2013 | News,Slurry and Irrigation
Bawn to handle slurry – Landia’s pumps and mixers suit enterprising dairy farmer

Homework has paid off for dairy farmer James Kennedy in Co Tipperary, where a longshaft slurry pump and mixer from Landia have completed their first f...


International urea buyers 'emerging slowly' as values struggle

Calum Findlay, Gleadell’s Fertiliser Manager, comments on the fertiliser markets Urea International buyers are emerging slowly as global values ...


Fertiliser Market Report - 11th October 2013

Calum Findlay, Gleadell’s Fertiliser Manager, comments on the fertiliser markets Ammonium nitrate The correction in CAN and AN prices by Yara ...


Time to take advantage of low fertiliser prices and restore soil reserves

As market prices for phosphate and potash fertilisers fall to their lowest for nearly four years growers are being urged to take advantage of the oppo...



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