We had the annual lorry inspection yesterday. Geraint and I went around the lorries and marked them out of 240. Full inspection from inside and out and under the body. A fantastic turn out by all off the drivers. Congratulation … Read More
7 Brazilian farmers came to visit a UK farm practicing CTF. They farmed over 80,000 acres, mustly cropping maize and soya bean. I took them around the two blocks looking at soil conditions and rotational cropping and caught up with … Read More
We have a team of ten to help rogue blackgrass from the wheat fields where Rogueing is still financially feasible. Blackgrass is threatening to take away wheat from the rotation unless we get blackgrass removed and under control across the … Read More
Sammy and Wayne are busy moving the chicken Manure to field locations ready for spreading in front of the Oilseed Rape.
Exciting times, the third grainstore is on the way. Three bays. Just in time for the new minimum three crop rule per farm.
Our 1st trip since the course. A trip to Revesby Estate hosted by Peter Wiggins Davies. Hot topics, grain storage and properties renovation.
Fertiliser bags being collected ready for 2015 season. Andy Hampshire driving J4 PXF back from the docks. Sulphur fertiliser in transport. PX Farms are Fias registered for fertiliser haulage.
Lovely evening at Buckingham Palace.
7 am this morning we had a lightening strike at Waterbeach setting a blaze 15,000 bales. Fire engines and forklifts on site to try to save as many bales as possible and control the fire. Of all the things for … Read More
Cambridgeshire police had a training day at Scotland Farm looking at Agricultural Machines, Ceasar tags and security measures. 1 of 5 training days organised to develop agricultural knowledge of machinery and rural crime with the Police men and ladies. Excellent … Read More