Guardians of the Grassland - LIVE NOW

Clive

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Lichfield
Film participants (Mickenzie Plemel-Stronks and Ben Campbell) will be online and available to answer questions from 20.00 GMT (21.00 BST as we are gmt + 1 still here )
 
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Blaithin

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Livestock Farmer
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Alberta, Canada
I can’t watch it again since I’m still at work. But I’m still going to creep on the discussion and see what I can remember from when I did watch it!
 

Clive

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Lichfield
A UK version of that is definitely needed to counter the Moonbat/Bonnin/BBC effect. What about crowdfunding it? Or am I being dangerously radical and it's easier to sit at home and moan about out lot in life.
well if those who should be helping are not going to I guess we have no choice but to find other ways, Not sure what kind of cost something with high production value like than would cost but crowdfund certainly could be one way to raise it

im sure it would be interesting to a big none farming audience
 
well if those who should be helping are not going to I guess we have no choice but to find other ways, Not sure what kind of cost something with high production value like than would cost but crowdfund certainly could be one way to raise it

im sure it would be interesting to a big none farming audience
I hope some of the beef producers on this forum come and join in this thread, from the numbers that were fed up with the NBA's stance on climate change funds should be raised in no time. @JP1
 

delilah

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When you think about it for just 30 seconds, we have a far easier task than does Canada. We have a densely populated country, that loves to spend its high days and holidays in the countryside, or more specifically the grazed countryside.

The countryside commission, as it then was, ran an 'eat the view' campaign. It was ahead of its time,. no-one really got it. Selling the idea that you have to eat red meat to preserve your open spaces should be as easy as falling off a log.

Yet instead we are fire-fighting a proposal from our own industry to put a £100 tax on our product. Its some sort of sick joke tbh.
 

Kevtherev

Member
Location
Welshpool Powys
When you think about it for just 30 seconds, we have a far easier task than does Canada. We have a densely populated country, that loves to spend its high days and holidays in the countryside, or more specifically the grazed countryside.

The countryside commission, as it then was, ran an 'eat the view' campaign. It was ahead of its time,. no-one really got it. Selling the idea that you have to eat red meat to preserve your open spaces should be as easy as falling off a log.

Yet instead we are fire-fighting a proposal from our own industry to put a £100 tax on our product. Its some sort of sick joke tbh.
There won’t be much countryside left in another 10-20 years with the insatiable demand for housing and HS2 carving swathes through pristine countryside.
 

Clive

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BASE UK Member
Location
Lichfield
I hope some of the beef producers on this forum come and join in this thread, from the numbers that were fed up with the NBA's stance on climate change funds should be raised in no time. @JP1
in 30 mins there is opportunity to ask the guys who were part of this film how they got it from concept to reality, how did they fund it etc ?
 

In conversation with a soil health pioneer

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In conversation with a soil health pioneer

Written by Janet Hughes



https://www.buzzsprout.com/1657363/8311877-janet-hughes-and-gabe-brown-the-six-principles-of-soil-health.mp3

In this month's Future Farming podcast, Janet Hughes talks to Gabe Brown.

Gabe has been named one of the twenty-five most influential agricultural leaders in the United States. He farms at...
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