Home-grown spring beans have cut the cost of the beef ration on a Northumberland farm by halving the use of straw and cutting out feed-grade urea. Read More

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Crimping solves challenge of unevenly ripened spring cereals

Secondary tillering and the uneven ripening of cereal crops this summer is presenting challenges to growers as harvest approaches....

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Better silage – better farm

Perfecting the techniques of making maize silage on a Herefordshire farm has created knock-on opportunities which have lifted performance...

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Better forage is central to a new way of farming

Just like many cattle farmers across the uplands of England, Geoff Roddam used to feed his stock on grass...

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Pulses grown for greening cut out bought-in protein

An innovative approach to growing and preserving peas, beans and lupins has cut out bought-in protein from almost all...

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