Are you on Facebook/ Twitter


Are you a member of Facebook,Twitter or both.
Forgot to say I am not a member of either, but that may be me being suspicious of both as I am 70.
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Couldn't see the point in Facepain and Twitter just looks like a bullying platform.
Id say that the likes of TFF is more guilty of being a bullying platform than Facebook.
Mainly because people's family, friends associates witnes what is posted, whereas on here people can anonymously post what they like.

Phil P

Arable Farmer
North West
I’m on Twitter, mainly because it’s the fastest way to contact our local police and send videos to them instantly. One local hare corser who’s been constant offender is now serving jail time!
I do post the odd harvest pic Twitter as well.
Been on Facebook pretty much since it started but find it painful and really annoying so rarely go on there.


Livestock Farmer
Mrs YB opened me a FB account so I could see the links that TFFers posted on here (somehow couldn't see some of the 'Wreckers' posts before.)

Good for watching some of the livestock marts selling 'live'.

Don't post anything on it - except for the one time British Wool had an appalling pic of a sheep in one of their posts.

Every time I tune in about 50 random people want to be my friends 😱

If you are ever on FB, you'll know who I am - the one with no profile pic and no friends 😉

Top cereal and oilseed growers honoured at the Yield Enhancement Network Awards 2021

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Despite an average growing year for most crops, many growers managed to go above and beyond their predicted max yields, with Lincolnshire grower Tim Lamyman taking the top spots for his wheat yields and his world record breaking winter barley yield.

The highest cereal and oilseed yields achieved at harvest 2021 were announced at this year’s Yield Enhancement Network (YEN) Awards on Wednesday 24th November at the Croptec Show. With award presentations by Tom Bradshaw, Vice President of NFU, 24 farms took home the evening’s top awards for highest yield and highest potential yield achieved for wheat, winter and spring barley, oats, and oilseed. The 2021 winners came from all corners of the UK, as well as from as far afield as Finland and New Zealand.

Familiar names from 2020 made the...