Weekly agricultural journal?

Discussion in 'Agricultural Matters' started by stef, Dec 11, 2016.

  1. stef

    stef Member

    Location:
    belgium
    Hello,

    I'm farming in Belgium (crops: sugar beet, wheat, chicory,barley,...; no livestock) and I would like to have
    a subscription to a UK weekly agricultural journal... I'm interested to have news coming over the channel :)
    I'm interested by agronomy, farm's maganement; farm's laws; equipments.
    Also interested about livestock in order to know how this sector behaves.


    Difficult to choose only on google results.

    What is your advice?

    Many thanks.

    Stef
     
  2. JP1

    JP1 Member

    Mod note: Just moved from Off Topic to Ag Matters for better visibility
     
  3. GTB

    GTB Member

    Location:
    Ceredigion, wales
    Farmers guardian is more livestock focussed than farmers weekly. FW is more Willy waving than FG but there's not that much difference between the two since FG became a magazine too.
     
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  4. Forage Trader

    Forage Trader Member

    Location:
    Ceredigion
    I find everything i need on here.but dont ask them what car they drive
     
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  5. Pan mixer

    Pan mixer Member

    Location:
    Near Colchester
    We don't get farmers Guardian or Farmers Weekly any more, but most of the news is here thanks to the diligent posting by various mods and others, I don't miss FW at all.
     
  6. awkward

    awkward Member

    Location:
    kerry ireland
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  7. Tim W

    Tim W Member

    Location:
    Wiltshire
    When I rarely get a copy of FG or FW they seem to be mostly advertising
    Any ''news'' that they carry I have inevitably already read on here or some other outlet

    If I was you I wouldn't bother with either of them just stay right here
     
  8. AF Salers

    AF Salers Member

    Location:
    York, UK
    FG is doing a lot more arable writing than it used to, some of it is actually worth reading! and doesn't seem as advertiser biased as FW
     
  9. I like Farmers Guardian, got a subscription.
     
  10. An Gof

    An Gof Member

    Location:
    Cornwall
    Not weekly but have a look at Farm Business as a general publication and Arable Farmer for a specific arable focus.
    For machinery get a subscription to Farmers Guide.
     
  11. Ffermer Bach

    Ffermer Bach New Member

    practical farm ideas
     
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  12. kfpben

    kfpben Member

    Location:
    Mid Hampshire
    I like both FG and FW. They are different but still enjoy them.

    I used to like the Scottish Farmer too when I lived up there.
     
  13. exmoor dave

    exmoor dave Member

    Location:
    exmoor, uk

    +1
     
  14. Happy

    Happy Member

    Location:
    Scotland
    Good enough read if you are into making & fixing things but don't really think it fits the description of what the OP is asking after.
    If I had to choose one Farmers Guardian would be my pick.
     
  15. making and fixing things........................:love:
     
  16. joe soapy

    joe soapy Member

    Location:
    devon
    One thing about this place that the mags dont do is the very wide spectrum of contributors.
    We have everyone from the inveterate bodgers to those discussing the best way to get a top spec range rover, plus pics ranging from the latest direct drill to the latest in brazilian haircuts
     
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  17. An Gof

    An Gof Member

    Location:
    Cornwall
    Where's the Brazilian? :eek::eek::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
  18. joe soapy

    joe soapy Member

    Location:
    devon
    Ah, you mean there's parts of this forum you ain't seen yet?.

    Before you go searching have a look at the informative post in legal.
     
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  19. stef

    stef Member

    Location:
    belgium
    thanks to all for your feedback.
    I'll go for FW.
     
  20. Stef - dont speak to subs (subscriptions), speak to editorial instead and get them to write an article about your homemade auto steering solution!!
     

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