Should we take more interest in the land around us? To many the countryside is a mystery. Whether driving through country lanes, walking the South Downs or exercising the dog most of us use it in one way or another.
The BPS three crop rule will be a real game changer………………
Article by MATTHEW BERRYMAN Open PDF
With an increasing number of anaerobic digesters being installed and granted planning permission there will potentially be many benefits and opportunities for neighbouring farmers to take advantage of. The vast majority of new AD plants are designed to run wholly on forage crops such as maize, rye and fodder beet but the key question is “Do they all have enough acres to sustainably feed the hungry beasts from their own farm alone?”
Article by PHIL GOSCOMB Open PDF
By now I would hope that you have a reasonable grasp of the brave new world of the Basic Payment Scheme………….
Article by ANTHONY WESTON Open PDF
As we should all be acutely aware, commodity prices are strongly linked to supply and demand…………….
Article by KEVIN JAY Open PDF
Key points looking forward to 2015, Establishing BPS Entitlements, Young Farmer Top Up, Greening, New Environmental Land Management Schemes, Issues that you may need to consider now!
Over the last ten years our industry has seen massive change…
Article by MARK WEAVER Open PDF
CAP Reform – Key points looking forward to 2015
Environmental Stewardship – Would your farm pass inspection?
CLM celebrates 10 year anniversary!
Despite share price controversy the recent sale of the Post Office achieved the desired outcome. You can be sure that government officials patted each other on the back for a job well done. First Class! However, just along the corridor the team responsible for the introduction of the Basic Payment Scheme may not be feeling quite so comfortable.
Although I am only referring to car MOT’s figuratively…….
Article by ALEX MACDONALD Open PDF