We recently sat down for a chat with Lincolnshire farmer, David Dunn, to discuss how he and his family completely changed their family farm from a traditional dairy operation to a diverse farming business - now running a Stabiliser suckler herd, a B&B pig unit, a full nine-stable livery, and third party operation of an an AD plant.
Jaci and Tristan are born and bred farmers running Hatton Farm, an Organic grass-based Dairy farm in Shropshire, and Proper Good Dairy - supplying their proper good 100% organic pasteurised milk to local communities through vending machines and outlets. We sat down for a quick chat about their diversification through Proper Good Dairy, the importance of planning for the business and how Figured and Xero help their operation.
This month the focus for us has been on the Irish market, with the launch of ifac’s FarmPro service. So to continue that theme, this week we sat down for a chat with one of the farmers currently working with the FarmPro advisory team, William McCullagh, to discuss his operation, the FarmPro service, and how it is helping him.
Oscar van Der Spruit is one of Figured UK’s early users, and as well as running his own business, he also works alongside his son running a Dairy farm in the west of Scotland. We recently sat down for a chat with Oscar to discuss Covid-19's impact on agriculture, the importance of planning, and agritech adoption.
Will is a leading Welsh farmer who runs Natural Wagyu alongside his dairy operation in Pembrokeshire. We recently sat down for a chat with him about how the current social economic climate due to the pandemic is affecting his operations, and the agricultural industry.
With the COVID-19 crisis affecting closures of many non essential businesses, we chatted to Brett Bennett from FARMit last week about the impact this may have on the NZ Agriculture sector.
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, we chatted to John Schol from MMCA last week about what steps their firm is taking to ensure business continuity and wellbeing amongst their teams.
Paul and Mandy Eason are the owners of Overhill Farm, which covers about 4500 acres, of which about 1500 acres are not worked yet and there are plans for development. They have two kids, and employ two workers who live on the farm.