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Working at height
21st January 2021
According to the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) falls are the second highest cause of death in agriculture – every year at least eight people die falling from a height.
Cereals 2021 returns to Lincolnshire fields
18th January 2021
Cereals 2021 is on target to open its doors to physical visitors on 9th-10th June this year, following a series of meetings with farmers, exhibitors and health and safety advisers.
Agricultural machinery pioneer, Helmut Claas, dies
14th January 2021
Helmut Claas, long-time Managing Director, Chairman of the Supervisory Board and Chairman of the Shareholders’ Committee of the CLAAS group, died on 5th January 2021 at the age of 94.
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Openfield delivers profit
13th January 2021
“We are not indestructible”
11th January 2021
Farmers recognised in New Year Honours List
8th January 2021
Openfield and Roger Warnes Transport get IT right
6th January 2021
Red Tractor asks farmers to help shape future standards
5th January 2021
Home markets thriving amidst port disruption
4th January 2021
New planning exemptions make it easier than ever to diversify your farm
15th December 2020
Landowners in England were given the green light to accept tents without planning permission for 56 days per calendar year this summer, and this has now been extended to 31st December 2021.
Lockdown projects for farm kids
21st January 2021
With more children studying at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) has created some educational games to help them stay safe on farms.
Don’t forget security this festive period
23rd December 2020
As we get ready to enjoy a much-needed festive break, it is worth remembering to take extra care to secure your farm against thieves, who may take advantage of vulnerabilities over Christmas.