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For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Opinion: Collaboration is key for potato research progress appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 27, 2022, 11:05 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Opinion: Small can be beautiful when it comes to farms appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 27, 2022, 11:01 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Deadline for GB-wide pesticide registration looms appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 27, 2022, 11:01 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post FW Opinion: Early BPS welcome, but accord needed on gene laws appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 26, 2022, 11:01 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Scottish farm groups call for earlier BPS payments appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 26, 2022, 1:40 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Sir Robert Goodwill named as Efra committee chairman appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 26, 2022, 7:20 am

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Dying to Feed You: Mike Nixon fell 28ft through a shed roof appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 25, 2022, 11:30 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Welsh government must consult farmers and vets on TB policy appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 25, 2022, 10:10 am

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Webinar: Capitalise on existing trees and woods on your farm appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 25, 2022, 9:29 am

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Gene-edited crops to be fast-tracked for food security appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 24, 2022, 11:00 am

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Farming industry pays tribute to Caroline Drummond appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 24, 2022, 7:00 am

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post 11 ways pig farmers can aim for net zero appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 23, 2022, 11:25 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post UK in talks to break Russian blockade of Ukrainian grain appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 23, 2022, 11:10 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Opinion: BPS advance is small compensation, Mr Eustice appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 23, 2022, 11:02 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Frustrated farmer returns fly-tipped rubbish to councillor appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 22, 2022, 11:20 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Farmers Weekly Podcast Ep 107: River court case and contractor charges appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 22, 2022, 11:03 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post 5 steps to introducing a no-till approach on arable farms appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 22, 2022, 11:01 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post AHDB tempts public to beef up BBQs for Queen’s Jubilee appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 22, 2022, 11:01 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post EA rejects FOI request for data on farmer’s River Lugg prosecution appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 22, 2022, 5:10 am

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Can palm-oil be replaced in feed to help cut dairy emissions? appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 21, 2022, 11:30 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Opinion: ‘You matter far more to those around you than you know’ appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 20, 2022, 11:05 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Len Eadon celebration event to be held at Stoneleigh Park appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 20, 2022, 11:10 am

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Webinar: Soil carbon farming: What’s in it for me? appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 20, 2022, 10:00 am

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post British farmers advised to grasp export opportunities appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 20, 2022, 8:00 am

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post FW Opinion: Is farming’s fear of failure a brake on progress? appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 19, 2022, 11:30 pm

Farmers Weekly

For any industry to progress it needs a sound research and development programme. Agriculture is no different. Our greatest advances are the result of research, but we should not rest on past successes. Progress must be constant. The challenges confronting this industry are many and varied. Events of the past two years have exposed the […]

The post Why better dairy performance means a lower carbon footprint appeared first on Farmers Weekly

Posted: May 19, 2022, 11:20 pm

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