1. Defra Farming

    Introducing the Moorland and Rough Grazing Standard

    Introducing the Moorland and Rough Grazing Standard Written by Ian Condliffe Photo by Ian Condliffe I recently joined the Sustainable Farming Incentive team to help develop some of the standards for 2022/23. In particular, those focused on upland farming and moorland management. My name...
  2. Cruiser_79

    Used wind turbines

    Are there people who have experience with buying and placing used wind turbines with a hub height of approximately 15-20 meters and 10-30 kW? Over here there are some farms that place small 15 kW turbines in combination with solar panels to have a more constant energy production. During summer...
  3. Farm Classifieds

    Tractor splitting rails

    Tractor splitting rails Advert added by: David Whitson Machinery Details Category: Parts and Maintenance Tools Price: £476 Condition: New Description IN STOCK -NEXT DAY DELIVERYStock CheckSupports weight of 5000kgs per jack stand Min Height: 360mm (without...
  4. M

    Which Forager?

    Good evening I am looking at changing our forager out for a new one and narrowed it to either an 8200 Deere or 840 Claas. It'll be used on grass only on our own dairy farm. The dealers are both equally strong and although I haven't had a final price on the Jaguar yet it's looking like the...
  5. W

    Looking For Work Self Employed available, just a few hours a week. Swindon area.

    Hi Everyone. A pair of general maintenance/estate/farm/forestry workers available for a few hours every Saturday, providing not too far from Swindon. Between us, we have the following qualifications and experience: Telehandler ticket (not used a pivot steer though) Chainsaw ticket (we have...
  6. W

    Hi, anyone with experience using PTOs would you mind taking a few mins to fill out a survey for a uni project? It's hugely appreciated!

    Hi, anyone with experience using PTOs would you mind taking a few mins to fill out a survey for a uni project? It's hugely appreciated!
  7. Timbo

    BPS 2021

    Looks like mine is set to be paid tomorrow! No doubt alot will be glad of it.
  8. Clive

    Dispatches - Red Tractor

    Tonight Chanel 4 I’m told it’s not great news for Red Tractor about chicken / food standards but surely can’t be long until they get their teeth into the combinable crop protection racket !
  9. Juggler

    Car leasing companies

    Thinking of going down the leasing route for the next car, what companies can people recommend? Any pitfalls to watch out for?
  10. jerseycowsman

    Roof mounted wind turbines?

    I see you can get up to 9 kw turbines to go on your roof. I may get a couple for my dairy shed to help cut grid power use during milking. Anybody with experience or suggestions? I am from windy Cornwall
  11. beardface

    Solar park grazing

    Looking for info from people that currently graze solar parks. Looks like we're getting 170 acres going in at bottom of farm and said we'd like to graze it.
  12. A

    rspb hedge campaign looks like the rspb is going to start campaigning to convert bps cross compliance rules into legislation. so much for opting out of elms and being able to do what you think is best. not a suprise though.
  13. Agriland RSS

    Machinery Focus: CASE IH updates to tractors and loaders

    Written by Justin Roberts from Agriland The Farmall C series of tractors has always been targeted at the more modest sized farm, or those with jobs requiring a less than average power output. This does not mean, however, that its model development is neglected and Case has just announced a...
  14. onthehoof

    Awarded watercourses

    Anyone got experience of these and their maintenance or lack of
  15. Farm Classifieds

    AA558842 - New MF Wheels & Mitas Tyres

    AA558842 - New MF Wheels & Mitas Tyres Advert added by: Chandlers (Farm Equipment) Ltd Machinery Details Category: Parts and Maintenance Wheels Price: £3000 Condition: New Description Set of New Mitas 340/85R28 & 420/85R38 Wheels & Tyres Removed from...
  16. Agriland RSS

    New Vogelsang press screw separator could benefit dairy farmers

    Written by Justin Roberts from Agriland Vogelsang have long recognised the importance of retaining and evenly reapplying nutrients that have passed through livestock during feeding. This focus is especially welcome during a period of inflated fertiliser prices. To this end, the company has...
  17. Farm Business RSS

    Lynx to unveil new Stoll front loaders

    Written by John Swire from Farm Business Visitors to LAMMA 2022 will be the first in the UK to have the opportunity of viewing the new generation of Stoll ProfiLine front loaders which are to be showcased by UK importer, Lynx Engineering, on their Stand No. 20.520 in Hall 20. Behind the smart...
  18. D

    New valley gutter

    Has anyone got a really good way of doing a Valley gutter or is it just best the stay away. I'm not too keen on the wide steel ones I have seen, agree easy to clean Weir at end etc but they rust quick enough. I have 6" storm flow plastic on buildings and like it, 4" down pipes set gutter at a...
  19. News

    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...
  20. TripleSix

    New Bobcat Telehandlers

    We've a brand new machine landed in at work, it's got a re designed chassis, new interior, re designed engine bay, all designed with a big focus on visibility and ease of maintenance. I'm quite impressed so thought I'd share some pictures. It's the TL38.70HF 3.8 tonnes to 7m 130hp 190litres a...