" Understanding the motivations of small and very small farms "

R J

Member
Location
Herefordshire
Hmmmm........WG doing a survey over the next few weeks on the above. In other words, why the fudge are small farmers still here after doing our very best to get rid of them for the last 40 years.
If they dare contact me, I'll say I'm still at it cos I like driving elderly Ford tractors. :) 🖕🖕🖕

Honestly, what a load of fudgeing rubbish.:banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead:
Is WG Welsh government ?
 

DrWazzock

Member
Location
Lincolnshire
I like messing about with elderly Renaults and Lamborghinis. The rest of the job is a bit of a nuisance, especially the woolly things, forms and nosey parkers with clipboards. Having to actually grow something and sell it is a bit inconvenient as well. I like to be able to stop for a cuppa exactly when I like as well, rather than when somebody else says so. That’s worth about a million in itself.
 

roscoe erf

Member
Livestock Farmer
Hmmmm........WG doing a survey over the next few weeks on the above. In other words, why the fudge are small farmers still here after doing our very best to get rid of them for the last 40 years.
If they dare contact me, I'll say I'm still at it cos I like driving elderly Ford tractors. :) 🖕🖕🖕

Honestly, what a load of fudgeing rubbish.:banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead:
i just got in and saw that email bloody labour full of it
 

roscoe erf

Member
Livestock Farmer
Apparently your funding if you have it, as well as grants etc is going to be assessed against your impact to the rainforest as well, according to the news this evening.
Wales is going to lead the way allegedly in being zero impact on destroying the rainforests..

Holy sh!t people feel they are God's...
i blame the woodworm on deforestation
 

Danllan

Member
Location
Sir Gar / Carms
Apparently your funding if you have it, as well as grants etc is going to be assessed against your impact to the rainforest as well, according to the news this evening.
Wales is going to lead the way allegedly in being zero impact on destroying the rainforests..

Holy sh!t people feel they are God's...
Mr Drakeford and Co. are demonstrably incompetent, but the chances of us getting rid of them are remote while Cardiff and the Valleys have any say. I long for a referendum - it has been a generation since the last - giving us the chance to bin the WAG, but I doubt we'll get one soon, referenda are too democratic. :(



i blame the woodworm on deforestation
I blame deforestation for the lack of woodworm. 😐
 

Ukjay

Member
Location
Wales!
Mr Drakeford and Co. are demonstrably incompetent, but the chances of us getting rid of them are remote while Cardiff and the Valleys have any say. I long for a referendum - it has been a generation since the last - giving us the chance to bin the WAG, but I doubt we'll get one soon, referenda are too democratic. :(

I do wonder how they all keep their jobs, as clearly something is adrift with what I am seeing.
 

roscoe erf

Member
Livestock Farmer
Mr Drakeford and Co. are demonstrably incompetent, but the chances of us getting rid of them are remote while Cardiff and the Valleys have any say. I long for a referendum - it has been a generation since the last - giving us the chance to bin the WAG, but I doubt we'll get one soon, referenda are too democratic. :(




I blame deforestation for the lack of woodworm. 😐
arrr the old chicken and the egg theory
 

Get ready for pest monitoring, advises PGRO

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Written by Charlotte Cunningham

The Processors and Growers Research Organisation (PGRO) has issued new advice to help growers understand the importance of measuring pest populations before any decisions are made on insecticides. Charlotte Cunningham reports. Ahead of the trapping season, the PGRO has produced a new masterclass video to help growers understand how to trap and assess pest populations. The key advice is that using a range of preventative tools will be crucial for farmers looking to reduce cases of pea and bean weevil, pea moth, and silver Y moth this spring, while finding more sustainable ways of farming in line with new agricultural policy, according to the PGRO’s research and...
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