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Grass Management

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Machinery Masterclass

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Farmers Weekly Awards

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Farmers Apprentice

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Ag Careers Live

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Poultry Health Management

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Rethinking Cattle Performance

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OSR Masters

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Arable Horizons

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Farm Succession Planning

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Soils in Practice

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Young Farmers Festival: Everything we know so far

Farmers Weekly is planning a Young Farmers Festival, a unique new event to do one thing – bring Britain's incredible young farmers together for a celebration like no other. The…


What not to miss at Dairy-Tech 2019

Weed-killing robots, advanced disease detection and state-of-the-art machinery simulators are just some of the must-sees at Dairy-Tech 2019. The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers’ (RABDF) event returns to Stoneleigh…


5 ways new tech can improve pesticide applications

With pressure on plant protection products from regulators and the growing problem of resistant weeds, pests and diseases, it is increasingly important to use them as accurately and effectively as…


Arable Farmer awarded top trophy at Farmers Weekly Awards

Hampshire farmer Craig Livingstone from Lockerley Estate at East Tytherley has been crowned Farmer of the Year at the Farmers Weekly Awards, the Oscars of UK farming. Mr Livingstone, who…


FW Awards 2018: Farming's top night out in photos and videos

Last night (4 October) the farming community whooped and cheered the people that make British agriculture the exciting, diverse and world-class industry we're all proud to be a part of.…


Farmers Weekly Awards 2018: Farmworker of the Year

Richard Fox, multi-talented farmworker, has been crowned the Farmers Weekly Farmworker of the Year 2018. This year’s winner is the quintessential farmworker, who goes about his plethora tasks with an unassuming…

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