Great to have the Kent 91 club join us for a farm tour at Scotland Farm, Dry Drayton.
We have made a significant investment in growing crops on our farm in Lincolnshire, and can not wait to see the results of this harvest – let’s hope the weather holds. Milling wheat, winter beans, winter barley and winter oats are looking great so far.
A huge thanks to the team for their continued hard work.
Thank you to TWB Terry who made us an adaptor. Now we can alter headlands and land work with ease on depths like 22” and 24”.
Today we had lovely guests from Cambridgeshire YFC on on Scotland Farm. We hope you enjoyed your visit!
We’ve got the builders in making some updates to Scotland Farm. Today has been all about power harrows and diggers. Even Flyn, James’ trusty shadow gets in on the action.
Excellent to have Huntingdon NFU members join us here at Scotland Farm for a site visit. Great bunch of people.
Well done to our team for showing them around.
It was time for some tender loving care to some planting and crop at Rectory Farm.
A long but productive day on the farm. Our team did a great job as always!
We’re planting mustard with the Serto and power harrow today…and the sun is shining. It’s a good day.
Safety is paramount at P.X. Farms.
In January 2022, HSE quoted:
Agriculture has the worst rate of worker fatal injury (per 100,000) of all the main industry sectors, with the annual average rate over the last five years around 20 times as high as the all-industry rate.
More than half of the workers killed were aged 60 years or older.
The safety and protection of our team are essential to us. We recently had a first aid course, chainsaw and cherry picker training.
You never know when you may need to leverage these life-saving skills to make a difference to someone else.