With drilling done and spraying up-to-date, thoughts and time can now turn towards technical, business and professional development for your farm business. Attending a Monitor Farm meeting, is a great
I’m sure everyone is fed up with the word 'change' at the moment, with many speculating about the changes which will result from Brexit. I know I am, and I’m sure the only change that any farmers are
Driving home from the first winter meeting at the Truro Monitor Farm (), I had the chance to reflect on group discussions about the assessment of soil health. A twitter comment from @perkinseleanor,
It’s now four months since that fateful day in June, and the outcome seems to have initiated the beginnings of something good, the beginnings of a change in our industry. Between interviewing
9 March 2016 (Lean Management TBC)
27 January 2016 (Interpreting Accounts, Malt issues)
If you are interested in attending the next meeting, please email , AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds Regional Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Precision farming If you are interested in attending please email Richard Meredith, AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds Regional Manager, Cereals.West@ahdb.org.uk or call 07717 493015.
If you are interested in attending any of the meetings, please email , AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds Regional Manager.
Having recently been fortunate enough to join the Cereals and Oilseeds team as the Regional Manager for the South East, I thought my first article should concentrate on what AHDB is presently doing