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Farm Profit Programme

Working together ANM Group and the Farmers Journal will deliver timely updates of whats happening on the ground at the Farm Profit Programme farms in Scotland. Learn more about the programme HERE
NFU England and Wales sets out principles for new agricultural policy
Traditional breeds, British Blues and Salers see calf registrations rise in Scotland
By John Sleigh on 20 March 2017
Busy 16 days for those attending the World Angus Forum, as UK and Ireland show off the breed.
By John Sleigh on 20 March 2017
With a prolonged calving pattern, the Biffen family's main focus will be to tighten their suckler herd into a 12-week spring-calving herd to increase herd output.
By on 20 March 2017
The Scottish beef market looks steady, with little premium over English price.
By John Sleigh on 18 March 2017
R grading heifers are currently achieving £3.66/kg, with steers just slightly behind that.
By John Sleigh on 20 March 2017
A joint industry group is urging farmers to submit suspected Schmallenberg cases for post-mortem.
By John Sleigh on 16 March 2017
Most Scottish barley is being sold to the domestic market, with very little leaving the UK.
By John Sleigh on 15 March 2017
Fertilizer price is rising faster this spring than previous years.
By John Sleigh on 15 March 2017
Mark and Shona Mackay farm at Greenvale, Dunnet, near Thurso, Caithness.
By Declan Marren on 14 March 2017
Early reports on this year’s cattle inspections show that there is a worrying increase in the number of breaches.
By John Sleigh on 13 March 2017
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