Harvest 2015 was always going to be a tough one to follow and Harvest 2016 has dropped into the ‘average’ category for ourselves. If that. It was not a surprise given the wet winter, very long cold
This picture shows the first day of CTF at Ancroft. The silver tape marks where the edge of the crop needs to be for the combine to be on 8m. The driver (father) adjusts the lazer from the cab to keep
We had perfect weather on Monday, a superb spring day which got everyone excited only to be brought back down to earth with two days of dull, damp, mist and a cold NE breeze. So no sowing this week!
I was inspired by hearing another Monitor Farm host – Julian Gold in Wantage – to look into CTF to help reduce compaction on the farm. We now have an 8mGlencoe cultivator drill, 8m Horsch Drill and an
Welcome to my first blog as a AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds monitor farmer. We've now had two very well attended meetings with a . I thank everyone who has taken the time to join us and I hope all the