Yawn. You could always pay £110 / acre for it. Plenty left farms last year for £30 / acre.The questionable morality of burning straw when livestock are going to be short of feed/bedding is staggering
About time these burner stations were taken off line. How the government can square burning wood or straw as being, at best, carbon neutral is beyond me.
Anyway, I thought you arable boys were going to chop & incorporate to maintain soil biota?
(Psst, I pay between £90-100/t in my yard currently and we use a lot .......... PM me for a deal)
So how about AD when food is shortSold mine last year for well less than half price above but got to look into these things.heard a neighbor got a contract supplying at £40 ton delivered.and yes I agree selling straw to burn is wrong when livestock boys need it
How about farmers growing what they need to stay in business?So how about AD when food is short
back in the 80's and 90's most straw was burned in field or chopped...in 1985 on my sandwich year in worcs we burnt 600 acs....and the whole area around was burnt to.....i can't work out why straw is suddenly so short
made into fertilizer like the stuff out of thetford what makes fibroNo idea sorry, but does anyone know what happens to all the ash from these places?