P.X. Farms is a professional and highly-skilled agribusiness dedicated to ensuring profitability for our clients and our family farm, whilst working in harmony with the countryside.
"We have a lot of sleepless nights thinking about the potatoes" – We've been out with @Pxfarms as farmers brave their busiest time of the year. #harvest #farming #Cambridgeshire #Bedfordshire pic.twitter.com/HFOAHznKPx
— ITV News Anglia (@itvanglia) July 18, 2019
Offering a wide range of agricultural services, advice and long term management, we provide tailored and standalone solutions to help establish, operate, grow and improve farm businesses.
Centred around the family estate and run by fourth-generation farmer James Peck, P.X. Farms uses the latest technology and farming techniques to maximise yields, reduce input costs and minimise environmental impact. Find out more about how we’re using controlled traffic farming (CTF) with potatoes – the first to be doing this in the UK.
Crop storage available for harvest 2019 – book now
With our skilled workforce, deep base of technical knowledge and our conscientious approach, we can help you boost your business’ profitability.
We are certified by OF & G Organic for seed cleaning & packing and processing, and for combinable crops.
Get fit for the future with our tailored and standalone solutions in farming, crop storage, haulage, cleaning and crop testing in our laboratory.
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We hope everyone is having a great bank holiday weekend and you're all ready for the premiere of our latest video. This is the first ever GRIMME GL 860 Compacta in the United Kingdom and what machine it is. This 8-row beast was planting up to 40 hectares a day with plating speeds of around 8-9kmph this spring. It's also surprisingly compact on the road and folds up to a transport width of just 3.35m. We just want say a big thank you to P.X. Farms and Farming Photography for making this video possible, we hope you all enjoy it.
Posted by GRIMME UK on Sunday, 26 May 2019
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