The combine harvester is the coming together of many constituent parts. The header was a development of the reaper. It was a Scotsman, Patrick Bell, who developed it. He was a Scottish
By Russell Price It’s nice to sit in the office looking at the beautiful rain falling outside on the now lush crops and enjoy the fact we have finally caught up with the workload, apart from an
For more information or to attend the summer meeting, contact Paul Hill, AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds Knowledge Exchange Manager for the South East on email@example.com or 07964 243699.
Unless otherwise specified, winter meetings run from 10:30am to 2:30pm at Bapchild Village Hall, School Ln, Bapchild, Sittingbourne ME9 9NL, and include a light lunch. If you are interested in
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The season of the well-known farming shows is upon us and if you are like me it’s easy to get carried away looking at the shiny new kit, thinking it could be a life-line for your business. I find
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Topic: Labour, power and machinery costs. Contact: Paul Hill (AHDB South East Knowledge Exchange Manager) for further details. T: 07964 243699 E:
Friday 3 February 2017: Reducing machinery costs & increasing income If you're interested in attending any of the meetings, please , Knowledge Exchange Manager. Winter meetings start at 11am
We are now a month into the new year and winter wheat and OSR are currently looking good on all of the Joint Venture farms. Wheat was all drilled in six days at the beginning of October into good seed