1. simmy_bull

    Dutch Farmers Protesting

    Not quite sure what’s going on but some one has just sent me a picture of them all protesting…….
  2. T

    Lexion 750 impeller knife

    We have a lexion 750 and are having a bit of trouble with it blocking in front of the rotors in the middle behind the impeller mainly with beans has any one fitted a knife in front of the rotors to cut the stork so as it will flow into the rotor better
  3. Agriland RSS

    Cow milk is top agricultural product in 38 countries – report

    Written by Bernie Commins from Agriland The most widely cultivated agricultural commodities worldwide are cow milk, sugar cane, corn, wheat, and rice according to a new report published by a university in the US. In fact, cow milk is the top agricultural product in 38 countries, while wheat...
  4. CPM RSS

    Markets – Short crops have long tails

    Written by cpm from CPM Magazine Download PDF Recent weeks have seen record prices for wheat and huge market volatility as traders react to forecasts, events and rumours. For farmers watching the market there’s very little certainty about when’s likely to be best to play their hand. CPM digs...
  5. Bartholomews

    Monday Market Briefing - 16th May 2022

    Over the weekend, India banned wheat exports due to an extended heatwave curtailing output and pushing domestic prices to a record high. Only six weeks ago, Indian exports were thought to fill some of the gap for importing nations (including Egypt) with the absence of Black Sea wheat supply...
  6. Bartholomews

    Monday Market Briefing - 9th May 2022

    With the events in Ukraine curbing grain availability, more than ever the spring planting window in the US continues to be a vital area for cereal production for the coming season. Economics favour corn planting over soybeans, but heavy rainfall across the Midwest (including snow) coupled with...
  7. CPM RSS

    Claydon continues exports to Ukraine

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine Despite the devastating war and conflict, Claydon is continuing to export to Ukraine in a bid to supply and support farming customers. During the next few days, the latest shipment to leave the Claydon Yield-o-Meter factory in Suffolk will...
  8. J

    Why is it farmers are bribed to grow GMO?

    GMO food is not safe and has never been, yet some farmers are willfully ignorant of the damage to their fellow humans this does. comments please
  9. Chris F

    Grassland product survey

    I think most TFF users more than understand the levels of financial pressure we are likely to experience next season. Inputs prices are rising seemingly daily and the margins some suppliers have come to expect are no longer sustainable. Farmdeals is trying to help. Grassland Product Survey -...
  10. Clive

    Time to help yourself ! Tell us what you need ?

    I think most TFF users more than understand the levels of financial pressure we are likely to experience next season. Inputs prices are rising seemingly daily and the margins some suppliers have come to expect are no longer sustainable. Loads of threads over the years here have suggested...
  11. A

    Wolf and lynx reintroductions in the UK

    Hi, I am a BA student from the University of York collecting questionnaire data as part of a research study that will form part of my final dissertation. I would be extremely grateful for any UK citizens over the age of 18 to fill in this anonymous online questionnaire form that should take no...
  12. J

    Sund header for seed peas

    I am thinking about getting a Sund header for my Birds Eye peas. Anyone have one and have any tips about using them, even at drilling time? My peas at harvest arent normally standing and are a bugger to get into a conventional header without > 15% losses and over a reasonable area these losses...
  13. nxy

    Rolling Bean/Pea/Oat Mix

    I have a field of arable silage (beans /peas/oats) mix that was planted pretty badly last autumn, with hind sight we should have left it till the spring as it was just too wet. Its come well enough but is a bit rough for mowing. What would happen to the peas and beans if I rolled it now? Soil...
  14. Jerry

    Wheat with Clover

    What would your strategy be with this, its wheat after a 3 year grass/clover ley. Not had any N yet and was grazed for a month with sheep. The clover is still there and feeding the wheat I would imagine?
  15. redsloe

    Wheat, chems and cover crops.

    Planning chemical strategy with the agromonist this afternoon and it seems to be a nightmare planning grass weed control with following crops. I've direct drilled wheat after grass and needs a tidy up for grass weeds. Normally Othello or hatra or the such will do it but because I want to plant a...
  16. AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds

    Upwards market moves as political tensions rise

    News of Russian troops moving into separatist areas of Ukraine will dominate trading direction today. If further incursions occur, global grain, oilseed, and oil markets will likely jump up today. This is on concerns of disrupted supply from the key producing Black Sea region. Oil markets are...
  17. Adeptandy


    Anyone watching ?
  18. Steevo

    Glyphosate - Bayer calls Force Majeure

    Just heard Bayer have called Force Majeure on their glyphosate contracts....! It's going to be a rocky ride ahead. With this and fertiliser prices it's looking quite attractive to fallow things next year.
  19. AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds

    South America in focus for WASDE

    Some market drivers over the last month have been due to South American weather. With Argentina and Brazil forecast to produce either record or near-record maize & soyabean crops this year, the market is very reactive to weather developments in these regions. Being large global producers of...
  20. Lofty1984

    Tofoo advert wtf

    Feel free to move this to off topic but thought I’d put it here. 1) am I just being an old fashioned fart but what the hell is the thinking behind the drag act why is it being forced onto our youngsters I saw the ad on afternoon tv on channel 4 in amounts to a child’s tv programme? Seems like...