Farmers Weekly and the NFU have two great prizes on offer to two lucky farmers who take part in this month’s Inputs Price Monitor.



To celebrate the sixth month in which the new IPM has been operating, Farmers Weekly is offering a year’s free subscription to the magazine – worth about £100 to the farmer who is chosen at random from the list of participants.

In addition, the NFU is offering £100 in Jewson vouchers to another farmer who is similarly selected.

“The Inputs Price Monitor is now into its sixth month and has already provided invaluable information to the whole industry on the cost of basic inputs like fuel and fertiliser,” said FW economics editor Philip Clarke. “But we need farmers to continue supplying us with information, to generate reliable data.”

It’s easy to take part. Just click on this link, which takes you through to the survey form, where you can input your recent purchases to help us build up a picture of national input costs. It’s completely anonymous and could win you a prize. Good luck!