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    Questionnaire for Farmers

    Hi Everyone, I am a final year Agriculture student carrying out a study on Farmers Attitudes to Digital and Smart Technologies. I would be appreciate you taking the time to answer my survey by clicking the link below. All data collected is anonymous and will be used solely for research...
  2. C

    Education about farming

    Hi, I am a primary school teacher looking for an insight into what farmers believe children should be taught about farming. Would you welcome visits to your own farms? Are there things which the general public often don't know about farming which children should be taught? Are there current...
  3. D

    Student study: "Capitalising on Chaos? An Investigation into Brexit as a Material-Environmental Event" ~ Hello, I invite you to take part in a survey as part of my university dissertation. Broadly, I am focussing on the political production of a disaster, but I want...
  4. MollerInternational

    Danish ploughing champion to visit Agritechnica. Event won using unique plough components developed by Moller International and partners

    The “Korsgaard plough” equipped with custom-designed components for maximum load tolerance, improved wheel position and centre of gravity Moller International, a Danish components expert, developed the components on the plough that Danish ploughing championship contestant Soeren Korsgaard used...
  5. O

    UK Farming Environmental Threats

    Hi guys, I'm working to understand the threats to the UK farming industry, especially the current environmental challenges. Quick survey below - completely anonymous and will take less than 2 minutes to complete. Thanks for your help!
  6. sr267

    Grapes Farming in Pakistan Complete Information

    Grapes are grown for eating as well as for producing juices, carbonated drinks, and raisins. There is a huge demand for the fruit all year round. Prices are at the highest at the start and end of the seasons. Grapes cultivation can be a highly profitable business venture for farmers if modern...
  7. Doraagri

    Different Symptoms of early blight & late blight

    Early blight and late blight are the most common diseases on tomato & potato. They usually take huge losses to farmers. Although the names of the two diseases are the only one-word difference, some growers do not know exactly about the difference between early blight and late blight. First, we...
  8. G

    Metal detecting Dorset.

    Hi folks , So I’m 51 years old and metal detect with either my 8 year old son or my 80 year old father .. there’s some extremes 🤣 We’d really like to gain a permission with a view with sharing all finds fairly but showing all so you can take your pick . It’s great for my old dad to still get...
  9. Doraagri

    How to promote plant root growth effectively ??

    4 ways to promote root growth Essential Nutrients Supply Phosphorus potassium &Nitrogen are the essential nutrients to support root growth for plants. They encourage plants to put down a dense collection of new roots and strengthen existing roots as they develop. Phosphorus helps establish...
  10. The Business Barn

    Deadline for Countryside Productivity Small Grant Scheme approaching

    The deadline for farmers to apply for the new Countryside Productivity Small Grant Scheme is fast approaching – but there’s still plenty of money available. The government-funded scheme is seen as a way for farmers to buy the equipment they need to improve and grow their farms. Farmers can...
  11. The Business Barn

    UK fruit exports soar highlighting new opportunities for farmers

    New figures have revealed that UK berry exports have reached an all-time high, highlighting untapped opportunities for farmers and food producers as the UK prepares to leave the EU. Last year, British soft fruit producers sold their goods into 34 international markets – a 55% increase on the...
  12. The Business Barn

    Morrisons launch farm apprenticeship scheme

    Morrisons has announced a new £2 million apprenticeship transfer fund this week (9 July) which will be used to train British farmers of the future. Launched at the Great Yorkshire Show, the funding wants to ensure that the industry has enough people trained to meet the UK’s future food needs...
  13. PoshJosh

    Any farmers willing to let me detect on a field in the Gloucester/Wiltshire/Somerset area? Thank you

    Hi all. I'm new here as you can see, but I came across this forum earlier and thought I should try it out. I've been metal detecting for about a year, and love the bits of history I find. I'm fully insured with the NCMD, and would treat anyone's land respectably and always fill my holes, etc...
  14. The Business Barn

    Livestock farmers encouraged to apply for the Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme

    Farmers are being offered free one-to-one business planning advice and group workshops through support from the Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme. Applications have just opened for this year’s scheme – now in its fourth year – which focuses on business skills training to help farms make...
  15. PeakPowersport

    New ATV and UTV Dealership in town! We Also Do Servicing and Repairs

    Hi All, my names Mike and I'm a director of Peak Powersport Ltd, a new off-road dealership with one thing in mind, our customers! Recently formed in June 2019, we created the company in order to provide something that we found is very hard to come by in the industry. Good, honest, customer...
  16. The Business Barn

    FREE WEBINAR - Do I need planning permission to start a glamping business?

    If you're thinking of starting a glamping site or are struggling with gaining planning permission for your project, this webinar, taking place on Thursday (6 June), could be of interest. The webinar will broadly cover the requirements for most types of glamping units, including mobile...
  17. D

    Looking for Permissions in Midlands & Wales.

    Hi everyone, Thank you for taking the time to look at my post. I have been searching for permissions for Metal Detecting & came across your forum... I am hoping it may produce some good results :D I live in Wolverhampton, West Midlands and would be happy to travel around the midlands and...
  18. B

    What late-night farming might be causing noise in Yorkshire?

    Hi all, hope this is the right place to post the question. I've lived in Ryedale, N Yorks, for a bit over a year. I'm fairly severely affected by background noise, and am just rural and quiet enough for otherwise low sounds to be noticeable; motorbikes, distant roads, etc. From this month and...
  19. The Business Barn

    LEAF launches Farming Fortnight

    Linking Environment and Farming Education (LEAF) is launching a brand-new initiative to inspire young people about farming, food production and the natural environment. Taking place between 3 and 14 June, we think this is a great initiative to help make that connection between food and farming...
  20. Farm Diversity Magazine

    Farm Diversity magazine launches

    Hi all, We are launching our magazine Farm Diversity later this month and are inviting subscribers to sign up for free. You could win a £100 Amazon voucher if you do! See the link for more details:

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