The following is reproduced from a news release by Wildwood PR Limited, and the original can be view here. Cembrit, fibre cement corrugated sheet, has recently been used for a grain store that will hold at least 21,000t of … Read More
The environment section of our website has a category on Sustainable Farming, which sets out our approach to minimise the use of artificial fertilisers, by using chicken manure as a viable alternative. Below are a couple of images showing that we … Read More
You may very well have seen one of our fleet of lorries hauling grain across the country, and now it seems that a whole lot of people are going to be making a point of looking out for them. Why? … Read More
Plastic field drainage and gravel topped have been put in on three farms this week to combat against wet holes and improving drainage from the 60’s and 70’s. Crafts hill farm in Dry Drayton has had all of the land … Read More
Chicken Manure has been spread to reduce are dependence on artificial fertiliser. Spreading 12 mts on the ctf lines. The direct drilled wheat and oil seeds have responded well with a marked improvement. The down side is the headland tramlines … Read More
Sugar beet gets drilled on 100 acres as a trail. Programmed to be lifted in September to stay in line for drilling a first wheat by the 25th September.
Drilling spring beans hasn’t been without its challenges. Wonderful seed beds followed by wet holes. It took 1200 hp to get out. 437 acres of spring Fuego beans safely in and 2 acres approx avoided due to standing water. I … Read More
James Peck is currently the Chairman of the Country Land & Business Association for Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. Below is a copy of his report dated March 2013, and a PDF copy of the report is available here.