An orange telehandler in a shed full of fertiser

Defra u-turn on outright urea ban

Our Grassland and Forage team has welcomed the Government’s decision not to ban the use of solid urea following a consultation with industry stakeholders.

May 2022

2 sheep grazing in a grassy field

The importance of knowing your flock’s worm burden

Faecal egg counting is an essential tool for farmers before deciding on an appropriate treatment plan. For sustainable worming, both ewes and lambs should only be treated if a worm burden is present which can be effectively monitored by using faecal egg counts.

May 2022

Dairy Student of the Year winner announced

A student from Harper Adams University has beaten off five other finalists and one of the highest number of entries to win this year's RABDF Dairy Student of the Year Award, sponsored by Mole Valley Farmers.

April 2022

Cut costs by making your slurry work harder

With spiraling fertiliser prices and lack of supply, as well as much more strict slurry application periods, there has never been a more important time to utilise your slurry to its full potential. 

April 2022