I think the next meeting ('The Great Crop Protection Debate', 1 March 2018) is going to be very interesting. We, as farmers, are needing to know more about the treatments we are giving our crops.
Sitting at my desk in my coat on 8 May with a bitterly northern wind checking the spring wheat and only 9.9mm of rain in April reminds me once again that no two springs are the same. Spring
We have managed to have a good run with spraying, catching up on most jobs, winter barley has had its first fungicide, all our Atlantis is now on and hopefully working well, and we are just waiting
2 April 2015 March came in like a lion and, according to the old saying, should go out like a lamb. So with calving due to start here, outside, on the 29 March, we were looking forward to some nice
It’s been a great spring up here in the north of Scotland! As usual the past few weeks have been chaotic and like most farmers' wives I’ve had to juggle cooking, paperwork and housework as well as
21 March 2014 Could it be? Something like a ‘normal’ spring? Well, so far so good. Drilling, spraying and fertilising all fully underway and getting up to date. It’s fair to say if you haven’t got