regenerative agriculture

  1. Adeptandy


    Anyone watching ?
  2. martian

    Farmers Weekly changing?

    We all like to have a moan about the yellow peril, but I've been really impressed in the last few months how its coverage is changing from advising farmers to spend a fortune on inputs and machines to actually farm better. The current edition (11th Feb) even starts off with a puff for the BASE...
  3. Precision AG RSS

    VISION Conference: Broadband is Vital for Farming Future

    Written by Matt Hopkins from Precision Ag One of the big takeaways at the recent VISION Conference was that rural broadband access is imperative for the future of regenerative agriculture, automation, connectivity, and transparency in the food supply chain. The post VISION Conference...
  4. Defra Farming

    Future Farming Podcast: Tim Parton on nitrogen-fixing bacteria and nutrient-dense food

    Future Farming Podcast: Tim Parton on nitrogen-fixing bacteria and nutrient-dense food Written by The Team In the sixth episode of the Future Farming Podcast, Programme Director Janet Hughes talks to Tim Parton. Tim is Farm Manager at Brewood Park Farm, Staffordshire, where he manages 300...
  5. CPM RSS

    Cereals tickets to raise money for farming charities

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine Early bird tickets for the Cereals Event 2022 are now on sale, with 50% of every ticket price going to a choice of three farming charities. Visitors will be able to choose whether their donation goes to Farming Community Network (FCN), RABI or...
  6. JP1

    Urgent: livestock vehicle design survey

    Hi everyone Many of you will recall @Frank-the-Wool 's thread regarding impending new livestock transport regulations. Originally dressed up for the general public as a "ban on live exports" in fact had much wider proposals and implications...
  7. D

    Forget being vegan, go planet-friendly regen (and you can still et meat)

    Can anyone copy and paste the content please for us cheapskates?
  8. Defra Farming

    Farm visit: Hampden Bottom Farm, Buckinghamshire

    Farm visit: Hampden Bottom Farm, Buckinghamshire Written by Rob Arden Farm Facts Farm: Hampden Bottom Farm, Buckinghamshire Size and type of farm: 486 hectare tenanted arable farm Farmed by: Ian and Fiona Waller Main enterprises: Milling wheat, oilseed rape, spring beans with a small...
  9. S

    The Perfect Storm

    A new book by Sebastian Hunger, 'The Perfect Storm', he has a wonderful description of how big boats go to the bottom, a crisis starts slowly and grows gradually but at a certain point becomes exponential. Can we map this description below on to modern agriculture since sometime in 80's or...
  10. TFF

    What Is Regenerative Agriculture?

    What Is Regenerative Agriculture? A Review of Scholar and Practitioner Definitions Based on Processes and Outcomes Authors: Peter Newton, Nicole Civita, Lee Frankel-Goldwater, Katharine Bartel and Colleen Johns Regenerative agriculture is an alternative means of producing food that, its...
  11. Brid @ ADAS

    Zoom into Soil: Regenerative Agriculture webinar recording

    Supported by ADAS and in collaboration with the British Ecological Society, the British Society of Soil Sciences welcomed Dr Anne Bhogal and Professor Richard Bardgett to present their expert knowledge on the topic of regenerative agriculture. Dr Anne Bhogal's talk, ‘Soil organic matter: the key...
  12. Agrovista News

    New guide to regenerative agriculture outlines key principles and practices

    A new guide that outlines the key principles of regenerative agriculture and the many benefits they can bring to modern farming systems has been released by leading agronomy company Agrovista. The Regenerative Agriculture Guide is packed with useful information and tips and has something for...
  13. ploughman1963

    Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee - autumn spreading of manures

    This is well worth a listen click here
  14. Janet Hughes Defra

    New information about local nature recovery and landscape recovery

    Morning all and happy new year. Further to the information we published about the Sustainable Farming Incentive in December (see, today we're publishing information about the 2 other new...
  15. Direct Driller Magazine

    A Sustainable South African Story

    Written by Justin Platt I was very fortunate to grow up on a farm in the beautiful Midlands of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. With no real agricultural experience to speak of, my father left the family printing business in the late 1950s and established us on 500 acres of farmland, a small fry...
  16. Direct Driller Magazine

    Soil Farmer of the Year 2021

    The Soil Farmer of the Year competition has been running since 2015, providing a platform for individuals and businesses to demonstrate how soil management can build environmental and economic resilience. The competition aims to recognise, promote and champion farmers who are passionate about...
  17. Direct Driller Magazine

    Farmer Focus - Andrew Jackson

    Farmer Focus - December 2021 Harvest has come and gone. Yields were good but could have been better had the growing season not been so variable. We had trimmed our Nitrogen rates to 160 Kg/N/Ha for wheat and OSR, but huge swings of yields within the fields told me that the yield had not been...
  18. Direct Driller Magazine

    What Do You Read? Issue 15

    What do you read? If you are like us, then you don’t know where to start when it comes to other reading apart from farming magazines. However, there is so much information out there that can help us understand our businesses, farm better and understand the position of non-farmers. We have...
  19. Wobblebox

    2 combines vs. 1

    Didn’t want to hijack the other thread currently running but I’m thinking about the opposite and running 2 combines instead of 1. Currently cutting 700 acres with an 11 plate NH CX8070 with 25ft cut, and a range of cropping from winter OSR and winter barley, winter wheat and spring beans. I aim...
  20. Rowland

    Ed Sheeran wants to rewild the Country

    Apparently Ed wants to rewild the UK to offset his carbon footprint over the last few years. I just wonder were all of his fans will get there food from...