establishment

  1. M

    Looking For Work Cover Crop Establishment Shropshire

    With harvest soon approaching, do you want a cover crop growing to mop up an residual N, supress weeds, improve soil health and drainage. With establishment as little of £15/ ac, MJC Agri Services has a wide range of seed mixes which also complies with the new environmental agreements. MJC Agri...
  2. M

    Cover Crop

    I have a range of seed mixes available which I broadcast on with a spinner for £15/ ac. I can spread up to 24 meters. I am based in Shropshire but travel down to Essex a lot. Is there anyone interested in this cheap cover crop establishment? I have a range of mixes that qualifies for the new...
  3. capfits

    The Bungling telethon

    No content with apparently asking others to pay for his and the fiancees home decor, it has been reported that he was trying to solicit donations to pay for a nanny for the child. Could be dangerous for a nanny though. Surely he should have thought of the consequences and just put it up on...
  4. J

    Winter oats not looking happy at the moment!

    Has anyone got red/brown tipped leaves. Agronomist thinks its the cold dry weather we've had, I hope anyway! He said other clients have the same. Sprayed 10 days ago with 1.25 l Chlormequat 0.5 l Tubosan 0.1 l Moddus 0.4 l Starane 21g Ally Max Started spraying after 10 in the morning and...
  5. EddieB

    N Rules for a pulse/ cereal mixed crop?

    Does anyone know what the rules are concerning N fertiliser for a field of a mixed crop of peas and oats. Obviously not allowed on a pea crop but didn’t know if this was the case on a mixed crop? I was thinking of a low rate, perhaps 30-40 kg/ha N to help the oats along and hopefully not be...
  6. T

    Greta

    You know I was watching her documentary on BBC and i get real bond vibes, could she be the next villain? she's very good at explaining how we - the establishment- have all got it wrong and that the world deserves change and that she wants to help make the change, this made me think of Drax in...
  7. TripleSix

    It's a Conspiracy

    I see plenty of conspiracy theories in relation to Covid-19 "I won't wear a mask, it's all about control" "Economic reset" "Depopulation" All about removing freedoms apparently. So providing they're all correct, what is the actual plan? Are the world's governments basically bankrupting...
  8. Exfarmer

    A shocking waste

    What a waste , all that money spent and soon there will be a new tenant
  9. Phil P

    National Trust destroys decades-old Bassenthwaite grassland

    Oops 🤦🏻‍♂️, https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-cumbria-56844360
  10. F

    Will your kids take over.

    Growing up it was always my intention to farm. I was lucky enough to be able to have the chance to farm in my own from my early twenties. Started on a rented farm that the landlord was an aunt. It was almost expected of me to farm and follow countless generations before me. I’d truly love to say...
  11. Jerry

    Stubble Turnips - Grazing Rates (£)

    Doing some budgeting, how much do people charge for sheep keep on stubble turnips over winter? Me doing the fence moves and stock checks.
  12. H

    Will we be ploughing for re seeding in the future?

    With farmers taking the blame for wrecking the planet do you think we will be ploughing up permanent grassland to re seed?
  13. Agriland RSS

    New EU Animal Health Law to have implications NI BVD programme

    Written by Rachel Martin The EU’s new Animal Health Law, which brings Bovine viral diarrhea (BVD) into legislation for the first time, will have implications for Northern Ireland’s eradication programme. Just under a third (31.6%) of Northern Ireland herds currently do not meet the required...
  14. Spartacus

    Extinction rebellion; what would you do?

    I've been made aware that Extinction Rebellion are organising a "mass trespass" on Saturday from 12-2pm on one of my fields (it is advertised on Facebook with a picture of my field gate and the nearby car park for reference). What would everyone do? I've spoken to the police on 101 for advice...
  15. jerseycowsman

    Is it going to rain again or is this 1976 mark 2??

    As the title says!
  16. Martin Holden

    Honkers

    I wonder how many will misunderstand the title?!! Anyway what’s the consensus on China’s actions in Hong Kong? Seems the agreement that was made when it was handed back has been run through with “a coach and horses”. What does this say about China that we don’t already think we know? Isn’t it...
  17. M

    Sustainable?

    I'm not an arable man but keep an eye on hat's happening and am interested in the way the industry is headed. A fella near us has been sowing spring barley after getting caught out in the back end and left with a few hundred unsown acres. Most fields were disced twice, subsoiled, roterrad...
  18. CPM RSS

    Theory to Field – Living with the enemy

    Written by cpm Download PDF For many growers the writing is on the wall for oilseed rape unless cultural controls can be developed to limit cabbage stem flea beetle damage. CPM discovers how research to find an IPM approach is being speeded up by a massive collaboration across the industry...
  19. Grassman

    High pressure till end of april

    Just been on the BBC predicting high pressure till the end of April with very little rain. Going to be a difficult start for crops.
  20. AIMS

    AHDB Looking for new board members

    Here's your opportunity to drive change - 6 vacancies - | Members of the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (cabinetoffice.gov.uk)
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