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In this episode, after a farmer uses a telehandler to remove a car blocking his gateway, we ask what are your rights when it removing vehicles on your land? We look at how wheat growers are blending their own seed mixtures to reduce their fungicide use and improve profitability. On the markets, are arable commodity prices set to stay high? Is your …
 
In this episode, criminal gangs reveal how they target farmers to locate expensive items of machinery they can then steal to order. Are you going organic? The latest figures show a surge in the amount of farmland going into conversion. On the markets, are input prices putting dairy margins under pressure? We take a look at the latest grassland vari…
 
In this episode, young farm workers are dicing with death by filming stunts involving moving farm machinery – and posting the footage on the internet. We examine the employment procedures put in place by farmers and agricultural contractors to stop it happening. As the prospect of a tariff-free trade deal with Australia draws closer, we ask whether…
 
In this week's episode, the government wants to pay older farmers to retire and pave the way for the next generation. But how will the lump sum exit scheme work – and will it really encourage new entrants into the agricultural industry? We ask whether a free-trade deal with Australia will really undermine UK farmers? The government wants to treble …
 
Farmers are reporting signal problems with John Deere GPS satellite receivers – we find out what's going on. New planning proposals are unveiled in the Queen's Speech – what impact could they have on your farm business? Could government plans to ramp up animal welfare leave British farmers at a disadvantage? On the markets, we find out why the cost…
 
Oilseed rape has had more than its fair share of problems over recent years - with many growers abandoning the crop due to cabbage stem flea beetle. But some farmers believe it is worth sticking with rape – and record-breaking prices mean it could make a wider return to arable rotations. In this special episode of the Farmers Weekly Podcast, we vis…
 
In this episode, farmers and tractor drivers and reporting problems with blocked fuel filters after taking delivery of red diesel. The problem is affecting farmers in Scotland and the eastern England – and costing thousands of pounds in replacement parts. The government says it is doing all it can to resolve a shortage of labour in the dairy sector…
 
In this episode, a robotic tractor makes its UK debut – we find out how it works on a demonstration day in Suffolk. We tackle the thorny issue of farm succession planning: what could be in store for the next generation of your family? Growing trees in fields – six East Anglia growers open their gates to show how agro-forestry benefits their farm bu…
 
In this episode, we look at how farmers are tackling the cold, dry spring – with crops and grass in desperate need of rain. Farm machinery suppliers and manufacturers are warning of a machinery shortage – have you got your spares in the shed? How will the latest carbon targets affect your farm? We speak to the head of the government's Climate Chang…
 
A reader has written to us regarding her husband who is depressed and the affect it is having on her and their children. Anne O'Donoghue speaks with Claire Forde, a councillor from Co Kerry, about depression, supports for depression sufferers' families, domestic abuse and self-care.由Irish Farmers Journal
 
More than 50 people have lost their lives in farm-related accidents over the past year. The shocking statistic is equivalent to one person every week going to work on a UK farm and never returning home. We look at the reasons behind agriculture's appalling safety record – and ways to improve it. With farm incomes forecast to decline – how are you p…
 
An Essex farmer reveals how he was scammed out of £8,500 when trying to buy a tractor online – and warns others not to fall victim to the same fraud. We've a special look at crop management progress this spring – as the cold snap provides growers and agronomists with time for a short breather. On the markets, signs emerge of light at the end of the…
 
With its future under threat, we talk to a group of farmers who want to continue paying levies to the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board. As Scotland passes a new law to curb the number of fatal dog attacks on livestock, we ask could other UK nations follow suit? It's Easter – and more people are enjoying the great outdoors – will a new…
 
In this week's episode, votes to scrap the compulsory levy for two key farm sectors mean a smaller future for the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board. In an exclusive interview, Defra secretary George Eustice says the statutory levies for potatoes and horticulture will go – and other farm sectors will now face similar votes. So what happ…
 
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