I currently have no borrowing but could do with raising some money to carry out improvements to the land/buildings and house, good salary coming in from full time employment and decent income from the diversified farm business.
The last bank I had a mortgage with need a business plan before...
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our electric contract is up soon so i'm wondering if any of you are in a similar situation and what you;ve been quoted
use about 18000kwh.....got some quotes last moth about 24p/kwh....decided to wait :scratchhead:
Managing Nitrogen with a Realistic Eye on Yield Potential
With Nitrogen prices at an all-time high, it is more important than ever that growers realistically evaluate the true yield potential of their crops.
Chris Hoskins, Hutchinsons Digital Farming Manager for the South, shares his views on...
I have just seen Rauch is about to relaunch the mounted boom spreader in widths of 18-30m. As well as a larger tank the new version has been updated with isobus and six variable rate sections. The booms look like they fold up a lot more easily as well.
With the way fertiliser price’s are going...
Berwickshire farmer Neil White calls for clarity and equity in their baseline carbon audit on his farm after six years of No-till
Harvest 2021 was, in the end, better than expected. The crops came out of the wet cold spring looking respectable, but then continually improved to culminate in...
Both cover crops and low-disturbance drilling are often seen as an easy way to improve soil health and performance while also offering an opportunity to cut fixed costs. Where the transition is managed well, it can be very worthwhile but in other cases, the journey to drilling nirvana can be a...
Trying to get my head around this . Surface area "Per metric ton" , so what rate of prilled would be needed to match a ground rate of 5ton a hec. Never used prilled so no idea on how much a ton even costs compared to a bulk wagon tipped for a lime spreader but surely the cost of a prilled...
I’d like to hear what people’s experiences have been like with variable rate N.
I’ve been looking at the Yara Atfarm system and it looks quite accessible for the likes of me (not into too much tech and not farming 1000’s of acres).
I’m not looking at this because of the current N...
KNIGHT 24 metre Trailed Sprayer, 3000 litre, Hyd drawbar, Variable Rate
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Hi Guys, I am looking to buy my own fert spreader after using a contractor for a number of years. I want section control, variable rate and all that kind of stuff so I believe it has to be hydraulic drive.
Is there a front runner make and model or anyone to avoid?
Farmer Focus – Neil White
2021 has seen me, after 5 years, drill into cover crops for the first time. I had a big volunteer oat crop due to cutting wet oats at harvest, which I left into winter. Every cloud has a silver lining though as this then provided some winter grazing for a neighbour’s...
I am looking to buy into Frontier's Soyl/iSoyl, mainly to move towards applying liquid nitrogen at variable rates. Does anyone have any experience with this service? How well does it work?
I have an Amazone UF-02 bought 1 year ago with an Amatron 4 screen, will a link up to this be seamless?
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Hot on the heels of John Deere reporting an increased uptake of its Precision Ag offerings, the American AEM (Association of Equipment Manufacturers) has bolstered the swing towards IT technology with a survey of the environmental benefits it may bring...
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