April 1, 2020
Our northernmost agronomist, John Mason gives a quick introduction to the site and plots at our Black Isle ifarm site in the North of Scotland.
December 20, 2019
At first sight Lacesston at Gateside near Cupar is a traditional North east Fife family farm. Potatoes and spring barley are its mainstays, with soft wheat grown for distilling and oats for Quaker. All its sandy loam arable ground is… Read more
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December 13, 2019
Fife grower, David Bell of Strathkinness near St Andrews and his Agrii Tayforth agronomist, Iain Anderson showed just what first-class barley management can do by carrying off the 2019 Cereal YEN crown for highest winter cereal yield in Scotland. In… Read more