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    Kverneland LO Max Plough walkround - Landpower TV
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    New low-carbon building regs outlined at Low Carbon Agriculture show

    Under new government regulations, domestic buildings built after 2025 will need to produce around 70-80% less carbon emissions than homes delivered under current regulations. This year non-domestic building regulations include a 27% improvement on carbon emissions as an interim step ahead of...
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    UK manufactured tungsten carbide tile that decreases downtime for maintenance

    UK based manufacturer, Tenmat, have developed a weldable tungsten carbide tile that is proven to extend the life of wear parts. Already used and trusted by a number of UK based farmers, Ferobide can last up to 3 times longer than other options on the market, meaning that down time for...
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    Olmix appointment focuses on farm sustainability.

    Sustainability is a core focus among the agricultural sector, and a new appointment at Olmix is taking farmers a step closer to achieving that. With producers under pressure to produce more with less, many are turning to biosolutions to supplement or replace declining chemical plant treatments...
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    KUHN has increased the ration programming and feed management capabilities across its diet feeder range with the launch of a new package of customised weighing, monitoring, and reporting solutions. Following a collaboration with the specialist Italian manufacturer Dinamica Generale, KUHN now...
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    KUHN has added a new lighter weight and compact drill to its Venta range of pneumatic seeders. Available initially as the 3 metre Venta 320, this new 100 series machine is designed for tractors in the 120 to 150 horsepower range. With an 850-litre hopper as standard, the drill has the option of...
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    Farming For Clean Air - Free Dairy Farm Exhibition

    Farm Open Day, Sep 7th 2021, University of Cambridge Farm A free event for farmers: presentations, equipment exhibits and demonstrations designed to help them comply with Defra's Clean Air Strategy. This exciting event will be run as two sessions, starting at 0930 hrs and 1300 hrs...
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    A new approach to dairy nutrition based on extensive research will help dairy farmers improve health and performance at all stages of a dairy cow’s life. Leading feed block manufacturers and innovators Crystalyx have used their 40 years’ experience in UK ruminant agriculture to develop the...
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    Big cashback savings on offer through Michelin’s harvest campaign

    Michelin is offering farmers and contractors up to £600 cashback when they purchase a set of four Michelin agricultural tyres, or up to £250 when two tyres are purchased, as part of its popular harvest promotion, which runs from August 1 to October 31. In addition to the cashback savings...
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    Petition: Make trespass on British Farms a criminal offence.
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    Food Ethics Council - Response to the National Food Strategy

    Executive Director of the Food Ethics Council, Dan Crossley, gives his initial response to the publication of the National Food Strategy: “The National Food Strategy feels like a breath of fresh air trying to reinvigorate our food systems at a time when they need an urgent reboot. It powerfully...
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    Ferobide - Protecting Wear Parts

    UK manufactured product increases life-time of wear parts Welding on ferobide tiles to combat sliding wear has been saving farmers time and money as maintenance time is reduced. Ferobide is ideal for situations where brazing is not an option and hardfacing is too slow. Typically; seed drills...
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    The countdown is on to this year’s Great Yorkshire Show which has been further adapted to meet Covid-safe guidelines from the Government. Show organisers have been working closely with North Yorkshire County Council Public Health and Harrogate Borough Council to ensure the event can meet strict...
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    Cereals 2021 will go ahead as planned,

    The Cereals Event will go ahead as planned on the 30th of June, despite the delay in the lifting of lockdown restrictions, as it will still comply with local and national legislative measures, organisers have confirmed. As an outdoor agricultural event, Cereals will not be affected by the delay...
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    Revolutionary NEW Metal Cattle EID tag

    A world first - Revolutionary NEW Metal Cattle EID tag Shearwell is the first company in the world to offer an official metal EID tag for cattle. The development of this revolutionary product has been an ambition of the business for several years and is testament to the expertise within the...
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    Gibbons Engineering launch new Plug and Cool Website.

    Check out the new Plug&Cool® website! Grain cooling equipment company, Plug&Cool, have launched a new website for their grain cooling products. The range is now available to buy 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. No more waiting for office hours to put an order in, the Plug&Cool team...
  17. Ruminant Health & Welfare

    AHDB: Ruminant health and welfare survey results

    There's still time to register for tomorrow... As you probably know we conducted a survey in November and December 2020 on cattle and sheep health and welfare across the four nations, which gained over 600 responses from those at the grassroots of farming. AHDB has helped us to complete the...
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    What to do about the lack of grass?

    Despite rainfall in early May across the UK, farmers are faced with limited grass growth for this time of year. Wynnstay grass and roots manager, Colin Jones, says although welcomed, this wet weather is still a little too late to offset the lack of grass many are currently faced with. “With...
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    Dairymaster’s new “DraftNow” system allows for a smarter and safer farm

    Herd sizes have significantly grown in recent years and there is a huge shortage of labour, meaning automation can make farm work much easier and safer. Dairymaster is delighted to announce the latest product to its growing portfolio, “DraftNow”, which is a standalone drafting system. It...
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    USA: Pilgrim’s Pride pleads guilty to price fixing, fined $107 million

    While farmers and ranchers are working hard to feed a growing population while gaining little support or monetary compensation, one company is in trouble for fixing prices. Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. — a major broiler chicken producer based in Greeley, Colorado, and majority owned by Brazilian Beef...