Monday 3rd October, 09:45 – 16:00 A one-day deep dive into dung beetles to find out their importance within ecosystems, what they do for us and what we can do for them - with Sally-Ann, founding member of Dung Beetles for Farmers. Just how important are dung beetles in ...
The dry weather this summer has really caused concern for forage stocks throughout the UK. While some livestock farmers carried over some silage, hay and straw from 2021, the need to feed animals much earlier than normal has led to most surplus being used up, with many farmers now eating into ...
Last week, Defra set out more support for farmers to help them deal with the impacts of the exceptionally dry weather. Rules have been relaxed to allow farmers to cut or graze areas of land set aside in their Countryside Stewardship or Environmental Stewardship schemes to help ease shortages of ...
Farm Type: Mixed Location: North Wessex Downs Size: 300 acres Soil Type: Clay & Chalk Mixes Used: Bespoke Cholderton Mix & Simple Herbal Ley Mark Melly has used a bespoke Cholderton Mix for many years for early bite and drought resistance, but he has started experimenting with ...

Turnip Time!

Posted: 1st August 2022

Supply of Stubble Turnips has been delayed this year but we're pleased to say that the seeds have finally arrived and we have started dispatching orders today. We are also ready to take new orders for anyone needing stubble turnip seed, either as a straight or mixed. The current dry conditions can ...

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