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Opinion: When will this Brexit Groundhog Day ever end?

As I write, we are supposedly mere days away from agreeing a Brexit trade deal, the prime minister is in coronavirus isolation again, and George Eustice’s crass comments on the…


Business Clinic: How to protect farm from sons' divorce risk

Whether you have a legal, tax, insurance, management or land issue, Farmers Weekly’s Business Clinic experts can help. Here, Gavin Smith of Thrings advises on the tricky but not uncommon…


Trioliet debuts compact self-propelled mixer wagon

Dutch firm Trioliet has added a slender 14cu m self-propelled, single-auger mixer wagon to its range, which joins the bigger 17-24cu m units already on offer. The Triotrac M features a…


British food standards ‘still at risk from imports’

Safeguards put in place to maintain food standards are inadequate, and there is already evidence that the UK government has weakened protections around food imports, according to a new report…


New ruminant health organisation seeks farmer views

The new Ruminant Health & Welfare organisation is seeking farmer views on priorities as it takes over from the separate cattle and sheep health and welfare groups it replaces. The…


Farmer Focus: Fail to address drainage and the soil suffers

Over the past two years, I’ve spent a lot of time and money on drainage, or at least the first part of it – ditches. Unfortunately, that is the easy…

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