This year marks the 80th year of Farmers Weekly. The magazine, since its first issue on 22 June 1934, has charted the development of farming in the UK across the decades.
We've selected some of the best magazine covers and articles from our archive covering some of the most memorable events of each era from the 1930s to the 2010s.
Read all of the 80th birthday articles looking back on the history of farming and looking to the future of agriculture.
Explore our timeline
See archive pages from the magazine of farming stories across the decades
Watch Farmers Weekly's tribute to farmers and the farming industry
The videos are coming...you'll find out soon who wins the £10,000
Cameras at the ready, get snapping - our rural photo competition is open
The main factors to consider when establishing a crop
Advice on how to manage blackgrass infestations in crops
Guidance on how to avoid injury on the farm to yourself and staff
Firefighters and farmers are battling to save 6,000t of straw at a fire in Lincolnshire which has already destroyed 12,000 bales.
JCB’s all-new Fastrac is finally here. It’s good, but is it good enough to grab sales from other marques? Nick Fone finds out.
Farmers will lose their right to claim subsidies for fields filled with solar panels under plans to ensure more farmland is dedicated to growing food crops.
Camgrain has rejected a takeover bid by East Anglian co-operative Fengrain, with the latter allegedly breaking a non-disclosure agreement to reveal the news.
Organisers of the latest pilot badger culls have described them as “successful” and said there would be no need to extend the trials this year.