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How to raise farm incomes

Features Last edited 08/01/15
Read our exclusive guide about how farmers can boost their incomes in the the year ahead. We talked to experts and found the best case studies.

Almost all the pig is used

Features Last edited 03/12/14
With 22 cattle, about 100 sheep and nine pigs – which are decreasing – Parsonage Farm in Hampshire is smaller than most. Diversification is the key to its survival, and charcuterie made on the farm is the latest venture started by owners John and Sarah Mills.

Bonus for co-op members

Features Malcolm Triggs Last edited 03/12/14
After 77 years in the business, Norman Attwood can look back on huge changes in the world of farming.

Turning old farm buildings into assets

Features Last edited 03/12/14
RAMSAK, the Ring of Agricultural Machinery in Sussex and Kent, gives advice about new legislation covering the conversion of redundant farm buildings.

Planners have approved food hub

Features John Harvey Last edited 06/11/14
At Court Farm in Kent, Andrew Lingham is planning a food hub to bring in customers and add value to his business. The hub will build on the success of a thriving butchery and farm shop.

Range of services is wider than ever

Features Malcolm Triggs Last edited 06/11/14
With offices in Dorking, Horley, Reigate and Oxted, White & Sons has a range of professional services for farmers and landowners.

Reducing the country’s dependency on carbon-based energy

Features Malcolm Triggs Last edited 06/11/14
A 7,500 tonne Grainstore compelte, St Nicholas Court Farm is now working with a German company to build an anaerobic digester which can produce enough gas to supply 4,000 homes.

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