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Farming solutions

Angus based precision farming solutions pioneers SoilEssentials have announced a new partnership with Elveden, a world-class producer and purveyor of local and regional food excellence.

Wyke Farms cheese

Wyke Farms, the UK's largest independent cheese producer, and producer of renewable energy, celebrates one of its longest standing employee's 33 years' service this month.

Agricultural Finance continues

Despite the disruption caused by Covid-19, UK Agricultural Finance (UKAF) has continued lending and has had a regular flow of loans completing. The first few months of the year have been a busy time, with increasing numbers of enquiries after the uncertainty around the election. Unlike other lenders, UKAF has kept writing loans during the lockdown, thanks to secure funding lines across its bridge and term products, supported by a rapid move to remote working.

Moorland Association chairman

The newly-elected chairman of the Moorland Association, Mark Cunliffe-Lister, said today that ‘listening to the science’ will demonstrate the vital contribution moorland makes in terms of habitat and biodiversity.

new dealer appointment in scotland

Angus based precision farming solutions pioneers SoilEssentials have announced that they are the newly appointed dealer for Garford Farm Machinery Ltd in Scotland.

farm machinery inspection

An engineering expert is urging farmers to remain vigilant and not to delay machinery inspection during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Farms agree partnership

The Westland / Wyke Farms partnership was developed following a market prioritisation study to identify key areas with biggest potential. The study covered global macro trends, key industry, market, trade and societal drivers in the international cheese market. Through the study, Holland and Germany were identified as key markets for growth.

surge in fly-tipping on farms

Farmers, landowners and members of the public are being urged to be extra vigilant amidst a spike in fly-tipping caused by recycling centre closures and disrupted bin collection services.

Covid-19 - Willy Browne-Swinburne finds positivity

Willy Browne-Swinburne is a Northumbrian landowner, farmer and businessman. He has, for the last six years, been an Associate Director of Rural Solutions, a leading rural diversification and development specialist. He is Regional Chairman of the North East CLA, Historic Houses Northumbria, The Northumberland and Durham Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust and is a main Board Director of the Atlantic Salmon Trust. Rural Northumberland, it’s communities, heritage and environment is his passion. Here, he finds positivity in the Covid-19 situation…

 Coronavirus, as I write, is the single most printed word in the universe.

It has put things into a perspective that very few could have considered even a few weeks ago.