Latest blogs

Regenerative ag often requires a fundamental change on farms, so how can farmers adapt to these changes?
John Shropshire outlines the challenges farmers and growers are facing and his proposals for change.
Ruthie recently joined Yorkshire Agricultural Society’s Women in Farming group to discuss careers.
In this blog, Tess Howe, gives her thoughts on the need to be upfront about farm safety.
Are we our own worst enemies when it comes to recruitment? Milly Fyfe shares some learnings from her career.
Stephanie Berkeley discusses the importance of recognising our responsibilities for health and safety on farms.
"Embracing lifelong learning is vital to adapt to changes in farming," says Tess at the Royal Three Counties Show.
Explore John's journey from a novice farmer to leading a successful farming business, championing staff development.
Find out how your guidance, support and performance management are rooted in coaching principles.
Our former Chief Executive wrote in Farmers Guardian about the ongoing need for skills development.
Understanding the self-belief of your staff can help you improve their confidence and productivity.
Find out how coaching can empower employees and help to create a motivated, skilled workforce.
Employee coaching is a powerful tool for managers who want to help their team members develop.
Creating a great job advertisement is essential to attract the best and brightest candidates to your business.
Job interviews are a key part of the recruitment process. Find out how to make the most of these opportunities.
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