Around about the 20th of August we will run out of food. A sobering thought but actually not likely to happen whilst we can still import food from other countries. The statement does bear further scrutiny though. This is the date that the country would notionally run out of food if the public had only eaten British produce from the 1st January. As a country, … Continue reading We run out of food this week
Below is a copy of the text that went into my monthly column for the Henley Standard on April 2nd. Under the banner of Farming Matters with the title of the piece ‘Helping rare birds to survive’. The first two paragraphs are excepts from previous blogs, then in summary I try to relate this to our core business which is producing food. As a farm, … Continue reading Farming Matters April
We are part of a cluster. It sounds interesting I know and conjures up all sorts of images as to what we could be getting up to. The Christmas Common Cluster is a group of farmers and landowners who have got together to work on environmental projects in our area. By working collectively, as well as on our own projects, we can deliver more for … Continue reading Clusters and Combines.