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Practical leadership training for practical people
Alistair Gibb on how farmers and growers are making more of their time, thanks to leadership training.
Attracting new talent means talking their language
Stephen Jacob highlights the key points from the EFRA Committee's January evidence session.
Industry moving to balance nutrition with nature
Oxford Real Farming Conference discussed the issues in balancing food production with environmental goals.
OFC Inspire brings every corner of the industry together
Inspire delegate Kendra Hall offers some insight into how she benefited from the programme.
Farm subsidies, food security, and the future of farming
Bovine TB was a hot topic at the Farmers Weekly Question Time event, held at the Welsh Winter Fair.
How ‘lean management’ can save you time and money
Farmers in England are making serious savings by cutting down on waste using lean management.
Answering the question: 'What is a farm for?'
Stephen Jacob reports on the big discussion topics at the IAgrM Farm Management Conference.
A thriving farm: Farming and conservation hand in hand
Tenant farmer Fay tells us about her green career, and how her farm is helping the local wildlife.
How to improve staff resilience and strengthen your business
Find out how can you improve the resilience of your workforce and strengthen against volatility.
Farmers and experts tackle industry's hot topics
Sector comes together to tackle key issues in Farmers Weekly Question Time event, sponsored by TIAH.
What are the skills of the future?
Changes in farming and growing will require new skills in the sector. So where should you start?
Regenerative agriculture needs new skill sets
Regenerative ag often requires a fundamental change on farms, so how can farmers adapt to these changes?
John Shropshire: Review's findings could transform sector
John Shropshire outlines the challenges farmers and growers are facing and his proposals for change.
Improving access to farming and growing careers
Ruthie recently joined Yorkshire Agricultural Society’s Women in Farming group to discuss careers.
No need to apologise for staying safe on farm
In this blog, Tess Howe, gives her thoughts on the need to be upfront about farm safety.
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