regenerative agriculture

  1. CPM RSS

    Fit for the Future – Variety is the spice of life

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine Download PDF Taking a longer-term view of farm businesses is fundamental for ensuring both longevity and sustainability. CPM explores the role forward-thinking rotations have to play. Farming in general has become a lot riskier. By Charlotte...
  2. Down to Earth

    Down to Earth - 15th June 2022

    A thread has been added about the new livestock focused regenerative agriculture show in the Livestock section here: https://thefarmingforum.co.uk/index.php?threads/down-to-earth-15th-june-2022.370293/
  3. Down to Earth

    Down to Earth - 15th June 2022

    WHAT IS DOWN TO EARTH? Down to Earth is a new, one-day event tailored specifically for livestock farmers interested in understanding the principles behind the regenerative farming approach. Down to Earth will have something for everyone, whether you’re new to this topic and just curious, or a...
  4. Agriland RSS

    Leading experts announced as headline speakers at Down to Earth Event

    Written by William Kellett from Agriland Two leading figures on regenerative agriculture and climate changes have been announced as the headline speakers at Down to Earth- a dedicated one-day event for livestock farmers on regenerative farming taking place on June 15, at The Farm, Longnor...
  5. Wolds Beef

    The Lincoln Red a breed which will adapt to many different farming styles

    I thought I would post this article as it shows just what can be done with a modern British breed that is all over the country. It would lend itself to regenerative agriculture very well. WB
  6. Sheila Cooke

    Clear Directions on Regenerative Practice

    A Public Talk with Walter Jehne of Regenerate Earth 11th of May 2022 2:00 to 4:00 PM Venue: The Institute of Civil Engineers, 1 Great George Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3AA Regardless of the sector in which you operate we are all being invited to contribute significantly to the...
  7. S

    Get excited everyone! Monbiots new book

    George has a new book out soon https://www.penguin.co.uk/books/317/317018/regenesis/9780241447642.html I'm quite interested in how he pitches it so I'll be buying a copy. On balance I think he's one of those "expert on everything" types in a conceited way but I have enjoyed some of his last...
  8. parker

    Situation Vacant Harvest Help

    Harvest help required from early July to mid-Sept. Duties to include: Grain carting/drying, bale carting straw/haylage, tedding etc and general arable/estate duties. Full training given in a friendly helpful enviroment in South Staffordshire, on a 750 acre farm. This would be a real chance to...
  9. MX7

    What’s the difference between “Regenarative Farming” and traditional “Mixed Farming”?

    As above. I would have thought that the traditional mixed farming system ,utilising Grass leys for livestock, and then planting cereals into those leys is the same as regenerative farming :scratchhead: I am obviously missing something?? Is it the economics of the system , especially if one is...
  10. M

    Organic vs. regenerative or can we have both?

    There’s a buzz around regenerative agriculture - but does it live up to the hype? - https://theecologist.org/2022/apr/07/we-need-organic-regenerative-farming -
  11. D

    Anybody considering suspending production for a year?

    With input price inflation high, is anybody considering suspending production for a year?
  12. Chris F

    New IPCC Climate Change Mitigation Report coming monday...

    Apart from reducing your nitrogen usage in 2022 ;) I be interested to know how many have actually made change to reduce your carbon footprint over the past 3 years? Feel free to add what and why below. I always await these reports with a sense of dread for what it holds for farming. Generally...
  13. Agriland RSS

    Down to Earth event launched by the RABDF

    Written by William Kellett from Agriland The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF) is launching a brand-new event this summer called Down to Earth for livestock farmers, showcasing practical regenerative farming techniques that can improve productivity, reduce input costs, and...
  14. G

    Regenerative Farming & Tenancies

    Hello, I am conducting a survey investigating the key influences of a tenant farmers uptake of regenerative agriculture. If any tenant farmers would be able to fill out my survey it would be a great help. This is part of my final year dissertation project for Harper Adams University. If you know...
  15. Farm Business RSS

    Regenerative Agriculture Event launched to Help Livestock Farmers Overcome Industry Challenges

    Written by John Swire from Farm Business The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF) is launching a brand-new event this summer for livestock farmers, showcasing practical regenerative farming techniques that can improve productivity, reduce input costs, and protect the environment...
  16. M

    Muck on sheep grazing

    Have a pile of over yeared cattle muck, well rotted, how long would I need to leave between spreading on grass leys and grazing ewes and month plus old lambs? Any legal / farm assurance / experience intervals stipulated / advised? Thanks
  17. CopperBeech

    New entrants / post entry / building the future of our industry.

    Been having general discussions today with a couple of people about the future of the sheep industry, some very interesting points raised to be fair. Someone pointed out that these days we have probably more young folk wanting to get into sheep farming / shepherding than at any other time (or...
  18. CPM RSS

    Climate Change Champions – The bottom-line benefits of going green

    Written by Tom Allen-Stevens from CPM Magazine Download PDF A move to regenerative agriculture for a West Midlands grower has already improved soil and plant health and reduced reliance on synthetic inputs. CPM visits to find out how these values can now be traded on emerging markets. We’re...
  19. CPM RSS

    No-till on the Plains – Regenerative bond from across the pond

    Written by cpm from CPM Magazine Download PDF Family tragedy, financial trouble and a great deal of soul searching has caused a paradigm shift from conventional agronomics to regenerative methods for 2016 Nuffield Farming Scholar Ben Taylor-Davies. CPM went with him to the No-till on the Plains...
  20. S

    Knepp castle before Groundswell?

    Would there be any interest from anyone if I tried to organise a day at Knepp Castle the day before Groundswell? (21st June) - thinking of maybe enquiring to do a visit for hairy arsed farmers and maybe could get under the skin of it a bit more? If there was enough interest it may not even be...
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