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  • Agriculture videos

    Hello everyone About 1 month ago i set up a YouTube account and i have nearly got 1000 subscribers on my page, so i though i would share it My best video so far
    Posted to Off-topic (Forum) by TheSilageHauler on Wed, Feb 27 2013
  • The mega WI

    “You youngsters like things big,” the old dear in the back of the taxi said to me yesterday morning, sucking in her cheeks. “We prefer small things – small businesses, small farms. “Whole villages will be ripped up to make way for those giant diary farms, it’s disgusting...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Thu, Jun 9 2011
  • Doing porridge for a farm photo

    When I was on holiday in Florida a couple of years ago, I managed to convince my friends to pull our hire car over so I could stop off to take some photos of an orange grove. Not being farmer-types, they had a bit of a whinge about the delay. They couldn’t have cared less [...]
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Wed, Mar 9 2011
  • The funny side of farming

    I managed to hold it together until the stereo started blaring out “Where’s your sausage gone?” to the tune of ‘Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep’. It was at that point – stood outside Downing Street in front of a 16ft, shiny, hovering sausage – that I collapsed onto...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Fri, Mar 4 2011
  • Sausage signings

    Tomorrow I’m going to be spending seven hours in central London with a load of pig farmers, an ex-Atomic Kitten, an ice-skating Gladiator, a 15ft sausage and a load of marker pens. I am a serious journalist… I am a serious journalist…. I am a serious journalist…. Jay Rayner would...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Wed, Mar 2 2011
  • A possible hairy situation for the NFU

    Dear oh dear. I can’t image the NFU team are a bunch of happy bunnies at the moment. Having given DEFRA secretary Caroline Spelman a telling off this week for not taking farming seriously enough, this morning it’s emerged government plans for a badger cull to tackle bovine TB are being delayed. The setback...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Fri, Feb 18 2011
  • The day I met a proper journalist

    Had I not chosen a career path which had taken me down a bizarre route into a niche avenue of journalism, I would have like to have become a proper writer on a national newspaper. Like John Pilger, perhaps. Or Jay Rayner. Y’know, Jay Rayner. The one who’s the stunt double for Marco Pierre...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Wed, Feb 16 2011
  • The DEFRA love-in turns sour

    After the glamour of the Soil Association conference in Manchester last week, this week I’m at the NEC in Birmingham for the National Farmers Union’s annual meeting. With no general election on the immediate horizon, union president Peter Kendall in the hot seat for another year and a DEFRA...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Tue, Feb 15 2011
  • “It’s starting to blow a bit”

    If I was living in Queensland I’d be starting to wonder who I’d annoyed. After much of the southern part of the state was declared a disaster zone earlier last month thanks to some of the worst flooding ever seen, northern Queensland is now facing it’s own disaster – Cyclone Yasi...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Wed, Feb 2 2011
  • Water, water everywhere

    Some more flood photos, this time from a friend of a friend’s farm near Rockhampton, another of the areas to have taken a battering this week: Note the pig on the shed roof on this one: Most of the flood waters have receded now and the clean-up operations are underway. It’s impressive to...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Sat, Jan 15 2011
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