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    Situation Vacant Shropshire job vacancy - skilled tractor driver/sprayer operator

    Looking for a skilled tractor driver/sprayer operator to join us full-time at Manor Farm, WV16 6AG 3 bedroom cottage available General crop husbandry on 850 acre mixed farm at 3 sites around Bridgnorth, half arable/half grass. Main duties include cultivation, mowing, operation of Househam...
  2. S

    AB7 Whole Crop Cereals in Countryside Stewardship 2023

    Looking for advice on AB7 - Whole Crop Cereals in Countryside Stewardship. I’m converting to organic before Jan 23 so would be growing an organic whole crop to put in our clamp. What would be the best spring whole crop be for making silage to finish cattle? Can it be a combination of a...
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    Chaviot 2000 Sprayer

    Hi all, just wondering if anyone has any experience of a Chaviot 2000L self propelled sprayer. Pros, cons, things to look out for etc. As chaviot do not exist anymore and they have a 300tdi engine in them, where would the spray parts come from if I had any issues? Thanks
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    Situation Vacant PART TIME - Arable farm worker, Norwich, Norfolk - Accommodation Available

    Looking for experienced part time farm worker to live onsite in 3 bedroom detached farm cottage just outside Norwich in Norfolk. Workload will vary throughout the year and consists of corn carting at harvest, irrigating carrots once daily throughout the summer months, fencing, tree maintenance...
  5. Ewan Carnell

    Looking For Work Looking for a part time job on an arable and livestock farm

    Hi I'm Ewan Carnell and I'm looking for a part time job on a farm. Reasons you should hire me, • I'm reliable and hard working. • I love to gain new experience and learn new things. • I'm keen to try any job and I'm not afraid to get my hands dirty. My CV is attached which contains my secondary...
  6. Brid @ ADAS

    YEN Awards 2021 at the Croptec Show!

    The Cereal and Oilseed Yield Enhancement Network (YEN) Awards are open to everyone at The Croptec Show, 24 November at 3.30pm. With 260 cereal entries and 70 oilseed entries, competition for this year’s Yield Enhancement Network (YEN) Awards promises to be tight. Exclusive technical webinars for...
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    Farmers for Interview regarding the impact of Brexit on seasonal workers

    Hi, As part of my final year dissertation project I am looking for farmers to interview. This would take about 10-15 minutes and we will discuss the impact Brexit has had on the availability of seasonal workers. If this is something that you would be willing to participate in please either...
  8. BASIS Teresa

    Becoming an agronomist

    There are no specific entry requirements for a career in agronomy sector, however good general agricultural knowledge and some industry experience is considered most important. A-level qualifications, or equivalent, in the sciences is also advantageous. Certain employers may prefer individuals...
  9. Wynnstay

    Wynnstay Agri-Hub Podcast - Episode 10 : What Are You Sowing This Autumn?

    This month, Tony is looking ahead to Autumn and talking seed with Head of Seed, Toby Reich; Seed Sales Specialist, Joe Wood and Environmental Seed Product Manager, Amy Watts. Together, they’ll be discussing the best combinables, what’s new, disease and treatment, cropping options and...
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    Field/Arable land/Paddock wanted for rent in East/West Sussex

    I am looking to rent land near to the Lancing/Steyning/Worthing/Shoreham/Brighton/Hove area. The land would be used to grow a small (primarily organic) flower farm for commercial use. Roughly 2 acres would be ideal, however if there happened to be a plot up to 5 acres this would be considered. A...
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    Help with ADAS supported research of impacts of / adaptations to climate change within arable agriculture at the farm level in the East of England

    Hello everyone! My name is Holly Clarkson - I have my home in rural Norfolk and I am a masters student from the University of York. I am acutely aware of the importance of arable agriculture for the farming community of the East Anglia, and as an environment student I am currently undertaking a...
  12. Wynnstay

    Farm Specific Nutrient Planning

    Inclusion of spring cereal crops in a rotation can be economically beneficial, providing either cash crops or valuable home-grown starch and energy feed sources. However, to see a good return on investment, it's important to achieve maximum potential yields and this requires attention to detail...
  13. historySeeker1984

    Small group of 6 metal detecting friends looking for a farm to detect for a weekend, £150 for 2 days digging :)

    No fuss, No stress! 6 mates looking for some farm fields to detect for a weekend metal detecting trip 8am to 4pm, all experienced and insured and members of an Essex metal detecting club wanting a lads camping trip away. We follow any rules set and stick to all boundaries set. We are all good...
  14. Agrovista News

    Project Lamport 2020 Update

    It’s Project Lamport week 5 and we join Agrovista Soil Health specialists Rob Purvis and Robert Wilkin, as they get to the bottom of some of your frequently asked questions. Chris Martin and Niall Atkinson share their knowledge on cover crops, cultivating with metal, changing attitudes towards...
  15. mattb0985

    Looking For Work Seasonal Harvest Worker

    Tidy and well kept 25 year old, seeking seasonal harvest work, arable preferred. Have 5+ years experience with a wide range of small and large agricultural machinery in long hours under pressure, whilst adhering to safety and cooperating with employees. This is shown through working the harvest...
  16. Brid @ ADAS

    YEN Nutrition - a new grain analysis and nutrition benchmarking service from ADAS

    In time for harvest 2020, ADAS has launched a new YEN initiative called YEN Nutrition – to support those seeking to improve the nutrition of arable crops. YEN Nutrition provides comprehensive grain analysis on all 12 essential crop nutrients and allows participants to benchmark their crops’...
  17. Kernowkid

    Post subsidy farming?

    Right my 1st post here we go. I work with my old man on our 370 acre farm in Cornwall. We have a flock of 800 Feb/March indoor lambing ewes. Try and sell the bulk of lamb by the summer with the help of home mix creep and rotational grazing, and the rest before Christmas. Also finish about...
  18. CRM AgriCommodities

    Markets are sick and there is no cure in sight (yet)

    Grains continued lower in the wake of tumbling financial markets and a steep correction in oil prices as the COVID-19 continues to spread rapidly outside China. Despite the weaker pound and ongoing poor planting conditions in the UK, the 'old crop' May-20 LIFFE feed wheat contract settled at its...
  19. Murdoch

    Looking For Work Stock or machinery work around Lanarkshire/borders

    Looking for self employed work around Lanark/Biggar Worked in 5 different countries on 3 different continents. Livestock experience Done all aspects of cattle work on dairy and beef farms from 80 cows up to over 2000 cows. Can milk solo or as part of a team, identify lameness, mastitis etc...
  20. Adam Taylor

    Looking For Work Voluntary work Glos/Wilts

    I am looking to renew and expand my experience in agriculture with a view to getting back into the industry, having formally lived and worked on a mixed arable and beef farm. More recently I spent the harvest period running the grain store for a large arable farm. I have experience of tractor...
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