Supporting Farmers in Scotland Since 1893
COOL WEATHER has blunted crop development and disease levels but not thwarted either of those - that's the finding following the The Scottish Farmer's CropWatch tour, in conjunction with Bayer CropScience and SRUC.
RENEWABLE energy systems and feedstock options will be a hot topic for visitors to Cereals this year.
NEW VARIETIES are the spice of the arable farmer's life and at Cereals there will be plenty in the ground to choose from.
Growers looking for a new sprayer or to buy equipment to revamp their existing machine, will have ample opportunity to suss out potential investments at Cereals.
A CELEBRATION of 50 years of technical innovation will be one of the prime drivers on the HGCA stand for visitors to Cereals to see, as it celebrates its half century.
OILSEED rape growers will be given an insight into work done on their behalf on the AHDB's 'Cereals and oilseeds' stand at Cereals.
THOSE VISITING this year's Cereals event are being encouraged to keep their eyes open for the Watch Out!
NEW AND updated machines from some of the best-known manufacturers will use Cereals as their launch pad to UK farmers.
WITH silage-making almost upon us, farmers are being urged to focus on minimising the threat of moulds and mycotoxin contamination in forage.
WHEN cows are the main income generators on your farm, it pays to look after them well - and in George Templeton's case, that means investing in making the best possible silage to feed them on.