January 31, 2021
agribusiness

What the BREXIT deal means for individual farming sectors

This article looks at the outcomes that BREXIT could cause for different areas of UK agriculture. The UK-EU deal explained: What it means for individual farming […]
January 30, 2021

Lamb prices up on last year after NZ imports drop

Due to a mixture of COVID and BREXIT there has seen a reduction in imports from New Zealand. This has seen a positive change to UK […]
January 27, 2021
ethical marketing

New Brexit livestock movement rules could have diminishing effect on Scottish agriculture

New Brexit livestock movement rules could have diminishing effect on Scottish agriculture. This article talks about how the new rules for moving live animals could dramatically […]
January 26, 2021
glamping

VAT should not be forgotten when starting a new diversification

VAT should not be forgotten when starting a new diversification Although the article may be 18 months old it still brings up some really key points […]
January 23, 2021
farm marketing

Marketing can make all the difference to farm profits

Marketing can make all the difference to farm profits The article looks at how essential marketing is for a modern farm to make a profit. Farming […]
January 22, 2021
Farm Diversification

How to avoid pitfalls in Countryside Stewardship applications

Stewardship schemes may bring pitfalls with them. With the new stewardship schemes coming in to play it is key to properly read all rules and regulations […]
January 21, 2021
land diversification

8 Diversification options available for livestock farmers in the UK

8 Diversification options available for livestock farmers in the UK Here are 8 ideas to give you a taste for diversification options in the UK. These […]
January 17, 2021
Farm Brand

It has been a chaotic year, but farmers still carry on

Here The Farmer’s Guardian spoke to a young farmer to see what they have been up to during this strange year. In the farming sector, people […]
January 16, 2021
Farm Diversification

High quality British produce at risk

With COVID many of the British public have turned to high welfare British Produce although there is now a risk of sub-standard imports coming into the […]