Spring has arrived and the crops are receiving there first of three applications of nutrients to get them off to a flying start. We use a boom spreader over a spinning disc to apply the nutrients in the correct position, this boom spreader doesn’t suffer the same issues with wind as the spinning disc.
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We grow and handle 50,000 tonnes of sugar beet in Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire delivering to Wissington and Bury St Edmunds on contract to British Sugar. Utilising our own machinery and management expertise to maximise return, create rotation and benefit the soil.
Rectory Farm house renovations continue with a new roof, new insulation for modern living. Upgrading the house to today’s building standard from the Victorian period has meant the walls are being stripped back the floors removed for new insulation installed. Modern electrics and plumbing and the roof area and walls insulated. John and his team are busy improving all areas. The objective is for the House to be fit for purpose for the next 50 years. New windows to be installed and the garden transformed to suit the property. Modern heating will be installed last. I’m looking forward to the property starting to look better. The new roof will be a great start. Once we have the property water tight we can make a good start on the new floors and plaster .
Great job chaps, our sugar beet is lifted and the fields have been drilled with Wheat behind.
Enjoy your well earned Christmas break and see you in the new year.