2021 Print Editions

October

Inside this issue:

The return of the National Fruit Show.
Ploughing match results.
Nigel Akehurst meets the team behind the award-winning Silly Moo Cider and Wagyu cross Sussex Beef.
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October

Inside this issue:

Crawfords: New Hampshire depot.
West Grinstead & District Ploughing & Agricultural Society: 150 years.
We visit poultry farmers at a National Trust tenanted farm.
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September

Inside this issue:

Martin Boulden has been driving combines for half a century.
Ploughing match season is here!
We visit Hook and Son to meet organic dairy and raw milk producers. Read Issue

August

Inside this issue:

Despite being known and respected in the UK, Chilean fruit growers FGA lacked one thing – English cherries.
Is regenerative agriculture the way forward? Read Issue

July

Inside this issue: Fruit Focus preview.
Velcourt: Rare business model.
We talk to an ex-intensive dairy farmer turned cattle mob grazier.

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June

Inside this issue: Groundscare & General Services: Finding new opportunities.
Nigel Akehurst visits Broadlands Meadows Farm to find out more about alpacas and social farming therapy.

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May

Inside this issue: A busy yeaar for Southern Farmers.
Spring Property review.
Nigel visits Greenacres Farm to find out more about their thriving dairy goat and cheese business.

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April

Inside this issue: Loddington Farm: Cutting back on the use of chemicals.
Transition: 7 years to change?
Harvest Installations: Drying grain quickly and efficiently is vital.

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March

Inside this issue: Ote Hall Farm: Preserving heritage.
South East Landbased Training Courses.
Nigel Akehurst meets Sarah Wareham of Tottingworth Farms.

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February

Inside this issue: It’s all change. Ten pages of expert opinion on the Brexit outlook.
Environmental philosophy behind contracting business.
Nigel Akehurst visits small-scale organic growers.

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January

Inside this issue: Torran Construction.
Double Barns Farm: Making the best use of natural resources.
We visit Kingsclere Estates to learn more about his sustainable model of share farming and land management.

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