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SUZUKI INTRODUCES THE NEW ACROSS

SUZUKI INTRODUCES THE NEW ACROSS

Suzuki is launching the new Across in Autumn 2020, a robust and sporty SUV equipped with a sophisticated Plug-in Hybrid system and E-Four electronic 4×4, delivering uncompromising performance and efficiency with the capability and styling of a full-fledged modern SUV.  The Across is the first model supplied from Toyota Motor Corporation under the collaborative business […]

No job too big for the Kawasaki full 2021 MULE and ATV Range

No job too big for the Kawasaki full 2021 MULE and ATV Range

With demand for the Kawasaki MULE and ATV machines soaring, the 2021 range is available now from the extensive Kawasaki utility dealer network.  Despite the COVID-19 pandemic forcing the shutdown of production lines, demand for the Kawasaki utility range has remained strong and the brand is pleased to announce the availability of its full 2021 […]

SCOTTS INTRODUCES ITS GT170 WINDROWER KIT

SCOTTS INTRODUCES ITS GT170 WINDROWER KIT

One of the UK’s leading manufacturers of vegetable harvesting equipment has launched an innovative conversion kit that allows owners of the GRIMME GT 170 trailed harvester to convert seamlessly to a fully functioning windrower without modifications to the host machine. Designed in response to local growers where the Grimme GT170 is their preferred choice of […]

The £1m coastal farm for a pound tenant announced

The National Trust’s search for a conservation farming hero to take on its £1m farm for a pound a year is over – after a hunt that drew interest from around the world. Dan Jones, 38, from Anglesey, has been named as the conservation charity’s new shepherd for the 124 acre Parc Farm in North […]

Tax Tribunal unable to decide whether asparagus growing is farming or market gardening

Tax Tribunal unable to decide whether asparagus growing is farming or market gardening

The Upper Tax Tribunal has been unable to determine whether growing asparagus for sale is considered as farming or market gardening for the purposes of tax. The appeal case, which was heard in London on 27 June, was brought by a Mrs Thorne, and centred around the ‘sideways’ loss relief she claimed on her 2008-2009 […]

Major study reveals steep decline in number of small family farms

Major study reveals steep decline in number of small family farms

A major new independent study commissioned by The Prince’s Countryside Fund into the future of small family farms across the UK, has revealed a steep decline in numbers since the beginning of the century. Over the last two or three decades, small family farms have experienced profound change. The report set out to explore the […]

National Trust offers iconic £1m coastal farm for just a pound a year

National Trust offers iconic £1m coastal farm for just a pound a year

The keys to a £1m farm and the future of a precious landscape could be in your hands for just a pound a year, as long as you’ve a passion for nature, people, and a lot of sheep. Last year the National Trust stepped in to protect the rare and fragile landscape of the Great […]

Farming conference asks “what’s holding back the next generation?”

Farming conference asks “what’s holding back the next generation?”

Almost 300 farmers, students, landowners and agriculturalists came to the South of England Farming Conference to join a debate on ‘What’s holding back the next generation of farmers?’ chaired by Charlotte Smith, BBC1’s ‘Countryfile’ and Radio 4’s ‘Farming Today’ presenter, at the South of England Showground in Ardingly recently [November 16]. A panel of young […]

Sainsbury’s unveils its first class of farming apprentices to boost Britain’s chronic shortage of young farmers

Sainsbury’s unveils its first class of farming apprentices to boost Britain’s chronic shortage of young farmers

Sainsbury’s first farming apprenticeship recruits began their course last week as they started to learn the skills needed to build Britain’s high-tech and innovative businesses of the future. The UK farming industry will need 60,000 new employees by 2020 just to replace retiring farmers, as fewer and fewer young people have entered the profession in […]

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