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The event regularly attracts more than 40, visitors, and no other show offers LAMMA’s scope of agricultural machinery, equipment and technology in one place. With 11 halls packed with new ideas and cutting-edge equipment, over exhibitors will showcase the latest tractors, combines, drills and cultivation kit, as well as a wide range of products, services and tools.
Stand Enquiry. LAMMA is the only event in the UK that brings together the whole of the farming community in one busy and thriving place to do business. With 11 halls packed with new ideas and cutting edge-equipment, over exhibitors will showcase the latest tractors, combines, drills and cultivation kit, as well as a wide range of products, services and tolls.
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With wet conditions limiting drilling opportunities and crop vigour, how should farmers adapt management this spring? Martin Rickatson joined a farmer and agronomist group convened by Hutchinsons to share views. While bare land and backward crops dominate the combinable crop landscape as spring approaches, taking some bold management decisions in areas such as fertiliser and nutrient investment could help to get the most out of cereals with potential and help cut losses on others.
That was the consensus among a group convened recently by agronomy firm Hutchinsons to discuss ways farmers can plan for the spring and for the remainder of this crop year.
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D ating a farmer is no joke. Just ask Jerry Miller, founder of FarmersOnly. But Miller is thrilled when people stumble on his delightfully goofy commercials for the site. These days, he can rattle off the celebrities that have gently poked fun at the site and its advertisements from Ellen Degeneres to Carrie Underwood to Carmelo Anthony. Miller, who works in agricultural marketing, got the idea to start the dating service when he kept meeting lonely farmers through his work. Living in a rural area where the nearest neighbor is miles away and everyone knows each other does not leave a lot of dating options.
Suburban sprawl has wiped out a lot of small farms near urban centers, Miller explains, leaving fewer farms and farmers in the US. It is also the rural lifestyle. One of the original farmers who inspired Miller to start the site told him she tried regular online dating, but when prospective suitors would invite her to coffee at 9pm, she would have to explain that she needed to go to bed around that time so she could be up early to feed the animals, and the potential relationships would fizzle before they began.
A rancher Miller knew went to a singles party at the nearest city and when he told women he was a rancher, they looked at him in confusion. Not everyone turns their nose up at a rancher. Reality TV shows like the Fabulous Beekman Boys , about a successful couple from the city who gave up their careers to raise goats for milk, can make farming look easy, but the lifestyle shift would be difficult for most who were not raised with it.
The dairy farmers Miller knows talk about not taking a single day of vacation for over 15 years, working seven days a week to keep their farms going.
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Day-to-day on the farm: With lambing and calving now in full swing, an extra pair of hands never goes a miss. As there is not enough work to keep myself and my two older siblings on the farm full-time, we all branched into other areas of the industry — I now work as an insurance advisor for FMIB. But between the three of us, we all still make time to work on the farm.
At lambing time, I take control of feeding the pet lambs, before commuting to my job in Prestwick. After a day in the office, I will help attend to any ewes and lambs needing assistance, before going back to look after my pet lambs. We usually calf all year round and most of our herd run with Limousin bulls.
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What have the next 12 months got in store for the farming industry? Last updated: 17 Mar 7 min read. From uncertainties over the supply of labour and the vagaries of international trade to the challenges of climate change, the agriculture sector has had a lot to deal with in As the new year gets under way, here are our predictions for the coming 12 months. While this means a fall from the 2. UK businesses should then have a clearer idea of what they might face.
All of the details will hopefully be hammered out in the ensuing transition period. The early months of will likely see mass rallies in London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast highlighting the contribution of British agriculture to the economy and environment. We have to be really careful that we take the British public with us — that they continue to support us. We want them, above all else, to stay loyal to buying British.
The NFU says the industry can reduce gases almost completely by , 10 years ahead of the national goal for zero emissions. Its plan to make agriculture carbon neutral in two decades includes applying farm chemicals more precisely using satellite technology, methane capture to heat homes, and changing sheep and cattle diets so animals belch less methane — thereby presenting opportunities. But the sector is facing one urgent issue.
Meanwhile, the review of the UK food system — authored by Henry Dimbleby, co-founder of restaurant chain Leon — is expected to make progressive recommendations that will balance economics, environmental concerns, innovation and long-term sustainability.
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Development of this disease will have been checked to some extent by the cool temperatures. To date, brown rust has shown few signs of appearing, while a series of recent frosts has continued to suppress mildew. Meanwhile, Robigus [variety] was displaying yellow rust at a cereals [experimental] site in early April , albeit later than some commercial crops in the area which saw yellow rust develop during March .
Eyespot, or general stem-based browning symptoms, is present in many commercial crops and the ongoing development of eyespot is of concern if current weather patterns continue. Few other diseases have featured so far [in wheat crops]. Disease levels in winter barley and winter oats remain low.
This is the second episode of the second series. And we met Grace, 23 and already wedded to her family farm on the Welsh border, preparing to take it over in a few years. Both chose a shortlist of potential partners from those who had written in to the programme, then, after a bit of speed dating, invited three each back to their farms. This week, we are seeing how they are getting on. It is endearing but a bit tiresome. At the field, the men are trying to put up fences.
They are like two rutting stags. In Yorkshire, Martin invites Laura-Lea out for dinner at his local pub. But they are so giggly and twinkly with each other, I am already picturing Laura-Lea in full-time wellies. It is the anti-Love Island. Nobody is here, stuffed with filler and honed of body, to play games or become Instagram-famous. These are people, of all ages, who have lived; they have tales of loneliness, divorce, single parenthood and responsibilities.
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The annual British Farming Awards will go ahead this year in a brand new virtual format, as it seeks to celebrate the innovation and achievements of farming businesses and shine a light on the people who keep the nation fed. While many awards, shows and events have been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, the British Farming Awards will take place on a bespoke digital platform and retain its emphasis on celebrating the fantastic individuals who make the farming industry and its community so unique.
Back for its eighth year, the event is organised by AgriBriefing, the parent company of Farmers Guardian, Arable Farming and Dairy Farmer, and is supported by Morrisons. The first ever virtual British Farming Awards will be celebrated on October 21, , and more information will be released at www. The closing date for entries is June 26 so there is still plenty of time to enter or nominate an individual who deserves recognition for their hard work and business approach at www.
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