A labour and machinery review carried out on Richard Orr’s Monitor Farm has made him stop and think when it comes to replacing his rusting fertiliser spreader. Along with benchmarking, the review
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)
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