In this episode, plans to impose a “carbon tax” on farmers who finish prime beef cattle later than 27 months old have split industry opinion.
Some farmers have welcomed the idea – but others say it would favour intensive beef production and unfairly discriminate against traditional breeds reared on grass.
Meanwhile, growers have triggered a ballot on the future of AHDB Horticulture – arguing that the levy board fails to deliver value for money.
With the barn doors closing on this year’s cereals harvest, we take a special look at grain prices in our latest market round-up.
We pump some iron – or at least go for a run – as we join the hunt for Britain’s Fittest Farmer.
And we celebrate the best of British Food Fortnight with the UK’s national harvest festival. There’s a special royal message, and a you can take part too.
This episode co-hosted by Farmers Weekly chief reporter Johann Tasker and Surrey farmer Hugh Broom, with Farmers Weekly livestock editor Rhian Price and Farmers Weekly business editor Suzie Horne.
You can find out more about Massey Ferguson and the wider AGCO family, here.
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