28 January 2015 | Online since 2003

28 January 2015 | Arable

Scottish farmers face crisis of confidence

28 January 2015 | Arable
Scottish farmers face crisis of confidence

Following a strong 2013, Scottish farmers have seen their incomes fall dramatically last year which is causing a crisis of co...


28 January 2015 | Cattle
Beef market remains robust as UK cattle slaughter numbers rise

The number of cattle slaughtered in Scotland and GB during late 2014 was well ahead of 2013 levels despite British Cattle Mov...


28 January 2015 | Dairy
NFU President visits school hit by dairy crisis

NFU President, Meurig Raymond has leant his support to a Midlands children’s school farm that is under threat from the curren...


28 January 2015 | Finance
Number of tenanted farms 'continues to fall' in Scotland

A range of radical proposals aimed at revitalising tenant farming in Scotland has been unveiled by Rural Affairs Secretary Ri...


28 January 2015 | News
Rent reviews remain the most common area of conflict

In a statement to the Scottish Parliament, Rural Affairs Secretary Richard Lochhead outlined the final recommendations of the...


28 January 2015 | Agri Safety
New, prestigious health and safety award launched at LAMMA 2015

A new health and safety award, which will be judged by a panel of agricultural engineering specialists, has been launched at ...


28 January 2015 | Feed and Forage
Potato Council's Winter Forum tour kicks off Thursday

With just seven weeks until Spring, January is an ideal time to meet up with fellow growers and technical experts to get prep...


28 January 2015 | Animal Health
Leading expert on piglet health warns: The ghost from the past is back

Contrary to what many believe, iron deficiency anaemia in piglets has not been wiped out with the implementation of supplemen...


28 January 2015 | News
New TB testing companies 'have knowledge and relationship with farmer'

Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) has issued contracts to two Welsh based suppliers to deliver, on its behalf, TB testing...


27 January 2015 | Cattle
Prince William to boost sausage exports to China?

Prince William is being urged to help pave the way for further processed pork exports to China - and success could bring £15m...


27 January 2015 | Cattle
New partnership enhances beef and dairy genetics in Australia

A new partnership marketing an elite range of dairy and beef sires throughout Australia has been formed by Cogent Breeding Lt...


27 January 2015 | Dairy
Waitrose announces 'fair price' to dairy farmers

Waitrose has confirmed the price its pool of essential Waitrose dairy farmers receive for the milk they provide to the retail...


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28 January 2015
Talk to farmers, don’t bully them

With India’s capital formation rate hitting rock bottom and unemployment inching upwards to touch 4.9 per cent mainly on acco...


28 January 2015
Washington crops hit $10 billion record

Washington agriculture broke records for the third consecutive year, with production values reaching $10.2 billion in 2013.
...


28 January 2015
New Zealand dairy industry's production predicted to fall

New Zealand's dairy farmers are facing their most challenging conditions in over a decade.

A lack of rain is leading to ir...


28 January 2015
French farmers use drones to examine their crops

It used to be mostly the military that used small, unpiloted aircraft, called “drones.” The little planes were very costly. B...


28 January 2015
White Zim farmers caught in power struggle

Most of Zimbabwe's white farmers were stripped of their land in often violent evictions that started in 2000. Now the remaini...


28 January 2015
Farmers seek supermarket ombudsman to ensure fair price

The Irish Farmers’ Association has called for the appointment of a supermarkets’ ombudsman to ensure that farmers get a fair ...


28 January 2015
Beef, cattle prices bounce back to record highs

After a decade of beef prices in the mud, profitability is returning to ranches, farms and feedlots across the country.

Ca...


28 January 2015
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28 January 2015
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28 January 2015
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23 January 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 230 times
SEPRA Market Report - 23rd January 2015

The market and demand appears to be starting to improve with reports of demand starting to increase but its early days yet an...


9 January 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 373 times
SEPRA Market Report - 9th January 2015

A happy and prosperous new year to all our friends and members

Don’t panic don’t panic don’t panic that...


7 January 2015 | Forestry | Viewed 842 times
US log prices fall due to decreasing exports to As...

For many years, the sawlog market in Western US has been impacted by the demand forlogs and lumber in Asia. With the constant...


12 December 2014 | Poultry | Viewed 1256 times
SEPRA Market Report - 12th December 2014

The market is quieter which is expected, some people in England are reducing prices slightly on Colony eggs, Free Range are s...


9 December 2014 | Poultry | Viewed 1084 times
SEPRA Market Report - 5th December 2014

The market is reasonably stable, slightly more eggs available and now covering demand, probably no further price increases be...


9 December 2014 | Dairy | Viewed 1135 times
November 2014 Wholesale Milk Production

The format of UK wholesale milk production notices for the 2014/15 quota year is intended to provide comprehensive and detail...


8 December 2014 | Forestry | Viewed 1442 times
US softwood lumber prices trends downward

Prices for softwood lumber imported to China increased this fall, while they fell in Japan as the housing market weakened. In...



11 February 2015
Energy Now Expo 2015

Farming is one of the most energy intensive industries in operation today. As these energy costs continue to rise, ...


23 May 2015
The Fife Show

The Fife Show is a traditional agricultural show of long standing and its principal aim is to give the public an op...


25 May 2015
Northumberland County Show

Come and join in the fun at Northumberland County Show with something for everyone.

Showing Classes for Cattle, ...


7 June 2015
Rutland County Show

The Rutland Show is an all round county show for the people of Rutland and the surrounding areas. It provides a uni...


31 May 2015
Cambridgeshire County Show

CAMBS COUNTY SHOW CELEBRATES 16 YEARS IN 2015

The Cambridgeshire County Show Committee would like to thank the g...


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Conference speakers announced for Energy Now Expo 2015!
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24 January 2015
Chicago Reports

23/01/15 -- Soycomplex: Beans closed lower on the day and lower for the third week in a row. We...


24 January 2015
EU Reports

23/01/15 -- EU grains closed mixed, with the Paris markets mostly higher on acute euro weakness...



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28 January 2015 | Lincolnshire £850,000.00
Land At Horkstow Bridge

INVESTMENT LAND AT HORKSTOW BRIDGE, SOUTH HUMBERSIDE

AGRICULTURAL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNIT...

28 January 2015 | Cumbria £895,000.00
Crook, Kendal

Tucked away in the beautiful and tranquil Gilpin valley, this charming Grade II listed Wes...

27 January 2015 | East Sussex £1,200,000.00
Peans Farm, Penhurst, Battle

**Guide Price £1,200,000 - £1,400,000** A beautifully located Grade II Listed period count...

27 January 2015 | Wiltshire £625,000.00
Longcroft, Marten

Longcroft is a well presented single storey house with mature gardens in an idyllic settin...

26 January 2015 | Somerset £895,000.00
Coombe Hill, Coombe

A beautifully presented Grade II Listed 16th Century Mill House set in enchanting gardens,...

26 January 2015 | Wiltshire £375,000.00
Wans North Cottage, Sandy Lane

With an Inglenook fireplace, bread oven, exposed beams and deep window sills, this pretty ...

23 January 2015 | Somerset £400,000.00
Huish Barns, Washford

A Most Appealing Detached Barn Conversion Of Quality On The Edge Of The Village
Communica...

16 December 2014 | Not specified £495.00
FARMHAND Flat 8 Bale Grab, Euro Loader Brackets,

Machinery,Hay & Straw Equipment,FARMHAND


10 January 2015 | Not specified £7,850.00

23 December 2014 | Not specified £11,750.00
KOCKERLING PC 4.8metre Precision Cultivator,

Machinery,Disc Harrows / Min Till,KOCKERLING


16 December 2014 | Not specified £13,250.00
GREGOIRE BESSON DISCORDON 3.2 metre,

Machinery,Disc Harrows / Min Till,Gregoire Besson


16 December 2014 | Not specified £4,650.00
KEN WOOTTON 14 tonne Mono trailer

Machinery,Trailers,KEN WOOTTON


16 December 2014 | Not specified £15,950.00
SIMBA SOLO 450-R Pro Lift

Machinery,Disc Harrows / Min Till,Simba


16 December 2014 | Not specified £3,850.00
RAU POLYMAG 4 metre folding Stubble Cultivator,

Machinery,Disc Harrows / Min Till,Rau


23 February 2010 | County Durham £29-£44
Low Cornriggs Farm

Low Cornriggs is a traditional working hill farm west of Durham, parts of which date back ...



2 February 2010 | Cheshire £30-£40
Yew Tree Farm

Yew Tree is a working farm of 86 acres, located in beautiful unspoilt countryside overlook...



10 March 2010 | Dumfries & Galloway £25-£30
East Challoch Farm

Situated seven miles from Stranraer with spectacular views over Luce Bay, our farmhouse of...



13 April 2010 | Northamptonshire £525-£525
The Stable and Tack Room

The Elkington Manor Farm Cottages are two very well equipped self contained units offering...



8 February 2010 | Somerset £32.50-£40
Wambrook Farm

A listed farmhouse on a working farm situated in an unspoilt, peaceful village. Ideal for ...



9 March 2010 | Angus £30-£35
Purgavie Farm

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16 April 2010 | Norfolk £290-£750
Nar Valley Cottages

Three beautiful cottages with Indoor Swimming Pool, located on our working farm alongside ...



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