Matt Redman
It's disappointing news that the "Farming in the Park" event is having difficulties, and is having to look for another venue. The idea provides a brilliant platform for the farming industry to shout about what we do, how we do it and the cutting-edge technology we use, to those who are rather uneducated in modern farming and liken farmers to the straw hat wearing stereotypical farmer on a 1950s tractor that you see on TV adverts.