What's in your 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 December issue:

  • Our Brexit Toolkit: Guidance for NFU members on preparing farm businesses for Exit Day, whatever the deal
  • Rural crime: Industrial-scale fly-tipping hits the headlines
  • That was the year: Our sector and policy board chairman look back on a turbulent 2018
  • Winter is coming: Your seasonal checklist to make sure you coast through a cold snap
  • Environmental cash: BF&G looks at some alternative options for 'green' funding
  • The merger and markets: The latest from the supermarkets
  • Is Christmas cancelled? How this year's weather might affect Christmas dinners
  • Beat the flood: Why changes to the abstraction regime require prompt action
  • Crops: Expert insight ahead of Croptec; Study shows cover crops do not encourage slugs
  • Sugar: FAQs on the 2019 contract
  • Horticulture: PO funding confirmed; Diquat to be taken off the market
  • Poultry: Talking turkey as the Kemp family returns to seasonal production
  • Livestock: New voice for the uplands in the corridors of power
  • Dairy: Women in dairy; World Dairy Conference in Korea;, NFU team hosts Defra visit
  • Make the most of membership: Safeguard your kit with Tracker; Save on Nissan and Seat
  • And much, much more!

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