21 April 2015 | Online since 2003

Vets call for change to badger culling method

20 April 2015 | News,Shows and Events,
Visitors gear up for cutting-edge Grassland UK event

Visitors and exhibitors are gearing up for next month’s Grassland UK event, with grass growth now flying in the warm spring w...


20 April 2015 | Arable,Cereal,Crops,News,
Boost grass yields by stopping soil compaction

Soil health has a big impact on yields of grass and forage so limiting compaction is an important way to get more feed from g...


Variable chamber wrapping baler at Grassland UK

John Deere’s variable chamber wrapping baler can be seen for the first time at a UK event on the company’s stand at Grassland...


20 April 2015 | Arable,Cereal,Crops,News,
New double action PGRs for wheat and barley

Interfarm UK Ltd has two new growth regulators, Vivax and Spatial Plus, both containing chlormequat and ethephon. “Vivax and...


20 April 2015 | Crops,News,
Advances in formulation brings maximum calcium uptake

Both top fruit and soft fruit growers know the benefits calcium brings to the strength and integrity of the cell structure an...


20 April 2015 | Arable,Cereal,Crops,News,
Soil temperature vital for successful maize establishment

Growers are urged not to use arbitrary ‘safe sowing dates’ when deciding the best time to drill maize as soil temperature is ...


20 April 2015 | Finance,News,Property News,
Small Shropshire farm sells for £625k at auction

A small North Shropshire arable and grassland farm with a five bedroomed bungalow and a range of traditional and modern farm ...


20 April 2015 | News,
Arla and Dairy Pro announce training collaboration

Professional development register Dairy Pro has reached an agreement with the UK’s largest dairy company, farmer-owned cooper...


20 April 2015 | Finance,News,Property News,
Rent arbitration result 'good news' for tenants

The award of an arbitrator in an Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 rent review in Derbyshire which concluded that the rent shoul...


Vets call for change to badger culling method

The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has called for the four-year culls of badgers in West Somerset and West Gloucestersh...


20 April 2015 | News,Property News,Renewables,
Construction set to commence on Scotland’s largest solar park

Aberdeen-based BWE Partnership has announced that work is set to commence on the construction of one of Scotland’s first comm...


20 April 2015 | News,Produce,
Produce World urges growers to ‘match our ambition’

‘Match our ambition’ was the main message from Produce World Group’s Executive Chairman and CEO Neil Fraser to key growers wh...


20 April 2015 | News,Renewables,
Election candidates urged to support £10 billion investment for south west

Regen SW has today written to MPs and Parliamentary candidates in the south west urging them to support the development of a ...


Plan now to ensure you aren’t caught out by liver fluke

Fluke is a huge burden to the livestock industry, in terms of loss of production as well as lost opportunities from the fifth...


20 April 2015 | News,NFU,
Satellite broadband connection charges ended for famers

Britain's largest satellite broadband provider is scrapping connection charges for farmers unable to get a fast broadband ser...


20 April 2015 | Animal Health,News,Products,
New single-handed treatment gun for low dose meds

A new high precision treatment gun for single-handed low volume subcutaneous injections has been launched by Zoetis.

The g...


17 April 2015 | Market Reports,News,Pigs,
High-flying pork prices 'come back down to earth'

Pork prices are sharply lower, as robust global supply growth (driven by the US, Russia and Brazil) has outpaced rather subdu...


17 April 2015 | Finance,News,
New guidance to stop fraudsters targeting farmers

With over 40% of all businesses in the UK experiencing fraud last year, a new guide has been published on the issue and is ur...


17 April 2015 | Cereal,Crops,Farmshops,News,Produce,
UK’s first commercial aquaponic farm to open in London

A London warehouse is being converted into the UK’s first commercial aquaponic farm, creating a pioneering new model for sust...


16 April 2015 | Cattle,Dairy,Finance,News,
Two generations of milk production to end as dairy herd is sold at auction

A Shropshire family’s decision to cease milk production will result in an important dispersal sale of the entire milking port...


New Zealand | 20 April 2015
John Key reassures drought stricken farmers

Prime Minister John Key has told farmers in drought-stricken North Canterbury that New Zealand has a bright future in feeding...


Australia | 20 April 2015
New South Wales rain allows farmers to sow crops

Reports of up to 50 millimetres of rain have been welcomed by many farmers in the southern half of New South Wales, with part...


USA | 20 April 2015
Recent rains bring some farmer hope for salvaging crops

If there was ever an opportunity for Kansas farmers to receive a million-dollar downpour, it happened.

Rain, after all, ha...


China | 20 April 2015
China’s rotten grains highlight troubled policy

Chinese state television has shone light on the taboo topic of poor quality grains held in bulging government warehouses, in ...


India | 20 April 2015
Beef ban not the answer to modern India's problems

The sacredness of cows in India might be a cliche but it is deeply felt, rooted in the history of Hinduism.

In Mumbai, one...


New Zealand | 20 April 2015
Dairy industry competition report looming

The state of competition in the dairy industry is soon to come under the Government microscope again.

From June 1, Primary...


India | 20 April 2015
Why India's cotton farmers are killing themselves

Yogita Kanhaiya is expecting a baby soon. She already has a two-year-old son.

Her husband, Moreshwor, a cotton farmer, won...


20 April 2015
WTG Fabrication Inspector

A leading Renewable Energy client is looking for WTG Fabrication Inspector to work on their offshore wind farm project based ...


20 April 2015
EMPLOYMENT LAWYER

EMPLOYMENT LAWYER, CHELMSFORD Our client is a long established and highly successful law practice offering a full range of le...


20 April 2015
Information Security Architect

Total lottery sales each year are bigger than Coca Cola, Warburtons, Walkers Crisps, Hovis, Cadbury Dairy Milk, Nescafé, King...


20 April 2015
Planner / Lawyer

Rural housing, farm business development, equestrian business, buildings for businesses based in rural areas, renewable energ...


20 April 2015
Due Diligence Advisor, Offshore and Onshore Wind

Cathcart Energy are currently recruiting for an on and offshore Wind Farm Due Diligence Advisor. You will be working for a ma...


20 April 2015
Wind Turbine Business Development Manager, Edinburgh

You will be working with a team of Business Developers focussed on selling our clients turbines to potential wind farm projec...


20 April 2015
Offshore Wind Geotechnical Design Engineer

You will also be focusing on a large offshore wind farm and be for managing and delivering technical assessments and calculat...


20 April 2015
Herdsperson

This farm is 450 acre all grass, family managed enterprise that has a growing 180 cow crossbred herd making full use of grass...



20 April 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 86 times
SEPRA Market Report - 17th April 2015

Apologies for no report last week, the office was in the middle of the Irish Sea off the Welsh coast on board the Tall ship L...


7 April 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 457 times
SEPRA Market Report - 3rd April 2015

The market appears to have been pretty busy and is still busy on the run up to Easter, but prices are being pulled back in an...


7 April 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 404 times
Beak Tipping - The right (and only decision) pleas...

As long ago as in 2000, worries about the thought that flocks of hens may have to have untrimmed beaks had already emerged. A...


6 April 2015 | Forestry | Viewed 699 times
Sawlog prices declined in many countries during 20...

Sawlog prices declined in many countries during 2014 and the GSPI price index in the 4Q/14 was at the lowest level in two yea...


1 April 2015 | Finance | Viewed 420 times
April 2015 Monthly Farming Update

The April 2015 Monthly Farming Update from Chavereys Chartered Accountants


31 March 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 397 times
SEPRA Market Report - 27th March 2015

The market is fair to good and improving demand wise, prices are holding up but consensus of opinion is any movement will be ...


30 March 2015 | Cattle | Viewed 822 times
Australian drought provides supply to tight global...

According to the latest Rabobank Beef Quarterly report, herd liquidation in Australia cannot continue at the high rates seen ...



20 January 2016
LAMMA Show

Welcome to LAMMA – the UK’s largest farm machinery, equipment and agricultural services show.

Held in January ea...


10 February 2016
Energy Now Expo 2016

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...


Featured Shows

The first Lincolnshire Farming Conference, held on Thursday 12th March 2015
Cereals is the leading technical event for the UK arable industry.
The UK’s largest renewable energy event taking place on 6-7 May 2015.
Held early July each year, the Livestock Event is the leading B2B event for the UK livesto...
Think it's just cows and combine harvesters? It isn't!
The BFREPA Conference is the largest of it's kind in the UK with between 500 to 600 produc...
The 2015 CLA Game Fair at Harewood House, Leeds. 31st July - 2nd August
18 April 2015
Chicago Reports

17/04/15 -- Soycomplex: Beans closed with small gains on the day (on old crop at least), and fi...


18 April 2015
EU Reports

17/04/15 -- EU grains were mixed, but mostly a little lower on the day. Rapeseed again bucked t...



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18 April 2015 | Wrexham POA
Penycae, Wrexham

Comprising 2 parcels of productive pastureland and a small area of amenity woodland, situ...

17 April 2015 | West Sussex £400,000.00
Soutgate Farm, Cuckfield Lane

Lot 2 of 3, a brick built farm barn with planning permission (Mid Sussex Ref. 14/02870/FUL...

17 April 2015 | Buckinghamshire £5,000.00
Plot 1, Land off Bridge Road

A parcel of land measuring approximately one third of an acre (0.36 acres) off Bridge Road...

16 April 2015 | Dumfries & Galloway £425,000.00
Keeley Cottage, Mossdale

Description:

Keeley Cottage occupies a magnificent position in the hamlet of Mossdale a...

16 April 2015 | Ayrshire £155,000.00
The Hayshed

Semi detached cottage barn conversion in an elevated location at the south end of the isla...

13 April 2015 | Shropshire POA
Stone Cottage

Stone Cottage is a most enchanting traditional cottage nestling in the heart of the beauti...

12 April 2015 | Somerset POA
Avalon

Communications

Crewkerne- 4.5 miles| Yeovil- 4.5 miles | Beaminster- 8 miles| A30/A303...

20 April 2015 | Not specified £1,950.00
SULKY DPX Expert Twin disc Spreader, 2005,

Machinery,Fertiliser Spreaders,Sulky


20 April 2015 | Not specified £5,950.00

20 April 2015 | Not specified £15,450.00
LELY WELGER 235, Roller Baler, Chopper, 2009,

Machinery,Hay & Straw Equipment,LELY WELGER


20 April 2015 | Not specified £2,450.00
KONGSKILDE VIBROMASTER 5.9 metre folding seedbed cultivator,

Machinery,Other Cultivation Equipment,KONGSKILDE


20 April 2015 | Not specified £795.00
STOCKS DUAL WHEELS 520/85 R 38,

Machinery,Wheels & Tyres,Stocks


20 April 2015 | Not specified £9,750.00

20 April 2015 | Not specified £6,950.00
KRM BOGBALLE M2W QZ Fert spreader, 2011, Weigh Cell,

Machinery,Fertiliser Spreaders,KRM BOGBALLE


2 February 2010 | Lincolnshire £155-£485
Woodthorpe Hall Country Cottages

Woodthorpe Country Cottages offer the perfect setting for all types of holidays. Set in pi...



23 March 2010 | Cumbria £150-£975
Swallows Nest & Hobkin Cottage

A warm welcome to 'Hobkin Ground Farm' the Johnson family greeting to all visitors to our ...



10 March 2010 | Down £300-£500
Tory Bush Cottages

Tory Bush Cottages are located beside Tollymore Forest Park, overlooking the Mourne Mounta...



9 March 2010 | Herefordshire £280-£320
The Mill House Flat, Woonton Court Farm

Enjoy traditional hospitality and experience authentic country life at our working family ...



8 February 2010 | Buckinghamshire £30-£38
Spinney Lodge Farm

The lovely Victorian farmhouse with its large garden and rose pergola has en suite bedroom...



3 March 2010 | Devon £29-£40
Higher Coombe Farm

Higher Coombe Farm is a family run working farm with mainly sheep and beef on about 160 ac...



2 February 2010 | Derbyshire £270-£680
Cherry Tree Cottage

This was originally the haybarn and lies to the rear of the farm, across the farm yard.
...



18 March 2010 | Norfolk £30-£50
Hempstead Hall

A WARM welcome and a relaxing peaceful atmosphere awaits you at this attractive 19th Centu...



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