As the world is slowly but surely returning to “normality” as we once knew it, we are delighted to be welcoming back the Farm Business Innovation Show this year on the 10th & 11th November at the NEC Birmingham.
The Farm Business Innovation Show is finally opening its doors, in person, at the NEC Birmingham on the 10th & 11th November this year. This is the UK’s most innovative event for farmers & landowners to make more money from their land. So if you are interested in finding new ways to do so, we highly recommend that you attend!
Crypto mining business based in Bury which runs its computers off cow manure has taken £5million in sales bookings so far this year.
A family-run Leicestershire farm has received approval to transform one of its fields into a natural burial ground, providing a peaceful environment for remembrance at a site filled with wildflowers and views of the countryside.
With history dating back to its inception in 1880, Henry Winning & Co Ltd. are leading twine and string manufacturers in Glasgow and following its acquisition in 2014 by The TruNet Group, it has firmly established itself as a World Leader.
A pioneering Worcestershire vineyard is set for a sparkling future after being placed on the market.
Lycetts has bolstered its position as a leading rural insurance specialist after its subsidiary Farmers and Mercantile Insurance Brokers (FMIB) migrated under the brand.
In the current climate, many farmers are diversifying to future proof their farm business. In more recent years this has meant new non – farming business ventures. However, as an owner or tenant of agricultural land, you may be subject to restrictions as to how that land is used and now is probably a good time to check whether this applies to you and consider if this affects your diversification plans.
£25 million has been made available in grants for productivity-boosting farming equipment in the third and final round of the government’s Countryside Productivity Small Grants (CPSG) scheme.
The world of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain technology is now a multi-billion pound industry and is the fastest growing sector in the world, with a market cap larger than Coca-Cola...