What's in our latest British Farmer and Grower?

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The latest edition of the NFU’s membership magazine British Farmer & Grower should be arriving on your doorsteps today.

Each edition is packed full of practical business advice, features on the union’s members, domestic and foreign farming news, as well as great competitions – all targeted to show farming as the dynamic, innovative industry that it is.

And on top of all that, there's a dedicated regional section for you to keep up-to-date with information from your area. This issue and previous editions and regions of British Farmer & Grower are also available to read online. Just log in to NFUonline and then click here.

In the June issue:

  • Rural crime: Deputy editor Huw Hopkins on how the NFU is making members' voices heard in the right places

  • Command Paper: The NFU submits a wide-ranging response based on YOUR feedback

  • GDPR: Four letters, big impacts for farm businesses

  • Beast of burden: The NFU's ongoing efforts to support farmers facing the longer-term impact of the winter weather

  • Birds of a feather: Record numbers took part in the Big Farmland Bird Count. BF&G looks at the findings and farmers' work on biodiversity

  • BPS: The final checks that can make all the difference

  • Livestock: Meet the expert appointees; Great British Beef Week

  • Dairy: Getting to grips with ammonia

  • Crops: Vigilance key to managing glyphosate; take-all tips for members 

  • Horticulture: Alex Godfrey puts spuds on the SPot with the AHDB

  • Sugar: Road to improvement for Industry Harvest Haulage Scheme; neonics decision leaves growers facing big impacts

  • Poultry: Could insects solve the protein feed problem?

  • Healthy discount: NFU members get 20% off Bupa; get your land back with our GRC Bailiffs discount

  • And much, much more...

Last edited on: 17:05:2018

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