Gaining a clear understanding of machinery and labour costs is the first step to surviving periods of low grain prices. In the first of this two-part BASF/Crops Costs Under Scrutiny initiative, Richard Allison looks at how two East Midlands farmers trimmed their costs. A key debate raging on many arable farms across the UK is which costs to cut, because getting it wrong can have the opposite effect by denting yields.   With feed wheat around £100/t, growers are being […]