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Practical sustainable farming regardless of labels.
Recent Blog Posts
Finishing Cattle on Homegrown Forage
Head Stockman for Daylesford Farm, Phil Gordon-Jones talks us through the benefits of finishing his beef cattle on home grown forage and we join him...blog
Phosphorus Survey for UK Dairy Farmers, Nutritionists and Advisers
The University of Reading, in collaboration with Harper Adams University, is running a project aiming at investigating the potential to reduce phosphorus losses from dairy...blog
Base Cation Saturation Ratio (Albrecht) soil analysis - what is in it for you?
Soil analysis is an important, perhaps essential management tool in organic and agroecological farming. It supports the primary means of assessing soil, which include walking...blog
Tall Grass Grazing and the Future of Livestock Farming
The challenges facing farmers today are huge, with uncertainty around changes to CAP payments and questions about how farming will be valued in generations to...blog
Recent Sector News
IDDRI report: Ten Years for Agroecology in EuropeSoil Association
Ten Years for Agroecology in Europe’: new research shows an organically farmed Europe can feed a growing population a healthy diet Europe could be farmed...
New field labs to investigate farm food waste – opportunities for farmers and growersInnovative Farmers
Are you a farmer interested in working with other farmers on how to best quantify and monitor farm productivity and food waste? We have five...
Farmer Cluster Website LaunchesGame & Wildlife Conservation Trust
The website was launched at the annual Farmer Cluster Conference in November, hosted by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust. This brand new, much-needed website...
Job Vacancy: Ex Director for the Biodynamic AssociationBiodynamic Association
The Biodynamic Association (BDA) is a charitable organisation that fosters and promotes biodynamic farming and gardening in the UK. We offer membership, support and advice,...