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  1. JP1

    Harry Billinge RIP

    I know it's not agricultural but I feel it deserves wider coverage than in Off Topic https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-61221978
  2. D

    Anybody considering suspending production for a year?

    With input price inflation high, is anybody considering suspending production for a year?
  3. Agriland RSS

    Research: Biodiversity loss has effect on global food markets

    Written by Stella Meehan from Agriland Biodiversity losses in countries with smaller, less-developed economies impact large, developed economies, according to a new study. Researchers from Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and the University of Reading have shown that pollinator declines and...
  4. G

    Property collspse

    Could the Russian exit from property crash it like lloyds did 30 yrs ago?
  5. onthehoof

    Farmers to blame for hedgehog decline

    ‘Loss of hedgerows and field margins’ - no mention of f...ing badgers :banghead: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-60436607
  6. DrDunc

    TFF promoting carbon capture rip off

    Just received an email from TFF promoting a company who want to sell farm carbon credits to big industry. What a bàstard rip off company! Why are TFF promoting companies like this? On the company's website they give an example of the annual income expected from sales. The annual fee they take...
  7. Clive

    Will Putin invade ?

    As the wheat prices seem almost completely dependant upon news about this right now which way does the crowd wisdom of TFF think things will go in the Ukraine ?
  8. Agriland RSS

    John Deere to face lawsuits over right to repair

    Written by Justin Roberts from Agriland The right to repair battle in the United States (U.S) has heated up a little more with two new lawsuits being filed against John Deere alleging that the company is establishing a monopoly in the repair of its equipment. These actions are in addition to...
  9. Farm Business RSS

    Farming industry discusses carbon trading at conference in Oxford

    Written by Iain Hoey from Farm Business Delegates at the Oxford Farming Conference highlighted potential risks surrounding carbon trading and the treatment of natural capital, with experts urging landowners to make informed decisions. “Don’t give away your natural assets in what may turn out...
  10. J

    Has anyone planted Beans and Maize together?

    Interested in this concept. We only plant around 20ha a year for forage, and I saw something about inter cropping beans into maize and the beans climb up the maize stalk. Whether it would work or not would be the question, higher protein would be one good thing, something that Maize severely...
  11. Farm Business RSS

    New collaboration will help transition to “vibrant rural communities”

    Written by John Swire from Farm Business Trinity AgTech has added to its network of scientific partners by forming a collaboration with the University of Edinburgh’s Global Academy of Agriculture and Food Security. This will see the two organisations work together in their endeavour to support...
  12. Farm Business RSS

    New tool manages muckspreading measures

    Written by John Swire from Farm Business Farmers have voiced their concerns over the Environment Agency’s move to potentially limit or prohibit the spreading of manure and slurry as autumn approaches. However new software will support them in taking control of applications to effectively...
  13. B

    KWS Trinity?

    Is anybody still growing the old group 1 milling wheat KWS Trinity?
  14. B

    Trinity wheat

    Is anybody still growing KES Trinity wheat? Ideally located near to north Oxfordshire
  15. CPM RSS

    Carbon farming – Tools of the trade

    Written by cpm from CPM Magazine Download PDF As the industry seeks to get more from the data it’s gathering, CPM profiles three of the latest tools and partnerships which could help growers do just that. Simplified data sharing will allow us to evaluate any field area efficiently and...
  16. CPM RSS

    New digital assistant launched

    Written by Tom Allen-Stevens Sandy is a new independent suite of software claimed to support farmers who wish to take control and capture the full value of their natural capital. Tom Allen-Stevens reports. A new simple-to-use and “revolutionary” software tool has been released that’s claimed to...
  17. CPM RSS

    New digital assistant launched

    Written by Tom Allen-Stevens Sandy is a new independent suite of software claimed to support farmers who wish to take control and capture the full value of their natural capital. Tom Allen-Stevens reports. A new simple-to-use and “revolutionary” software tool has been released that’s claimed to...
  18. Daniel

    New grain silo build.

    It occurred to me that I should stop sticking pictures of our silo build on @Woldgrain Storage excellent silo thread and start my own! Pics of the build of a 700ton Sukup drying and stirring bin to feed our poultry feed mill. Stirrers will be used to blend wheat/barley/rye etc together which...
  19. Farm Business RSS

    Revolutionary independent suite of software will support farmers to take control and capture the full value of their natural capital.

    Written by John Swire The first in a suite of complementary software from Trinity AgTech was launched today with Sandy, a new simple-to-use digital assistant. Sandy allows farmers to accurately and independently assess their farm’s sustainability. It will help them plan their path to greater...
  20. Agriland RSS

    Ancient goat DNA offers insight into genetic legacy of agriculture

    Written by Rachel Martin New research on DNA from one of the earliest goat herds has shed light on how farming has shaped the genetic makeup of modern livestock. The findings were assimilated from DNA taken from the remains of 32 goats that died 10,000 years ago in the Zagros mountains, in...
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