CSS Success – Steph Emmerson

We are pleased to announce the success of our Countryside Stewardship agreement applications from the WhiteAvon Office. The final agreements are in for our 2020 Countryside Stewardship applications, and we are delighted to have secured over £2,230,000 income and a further £1,180,000 in capital items for our clients! This equates to an average of £69,000 […]

Environmental Permitting – EA Enforced Variations

On 21st February the Environment Agency completed their consultation of the implantation of Best Available Techniques (BAT) compliance and have written to the majority of permitted pig and poultry farms to send out a copy of the updated permit which now includes conditions to operate to BAT. As part of this process operators will also […]

Training Employees is a Task every Farm Must Undertake…

If you were given the choice between two pilots, one trained and one not, which would you choose? The same concept can be applied to agriculture. Take spraying for example, a trained operator or a non-trained operator? When weighing up the pros and cons, it is easy to see how trained will win every time. […]

Consultation on Transport of Livestock Now Closed

Did you complete a consultation response to the Defra proposals for tighter rules on animal livestock that was released in December? There is hope that there will be a common sense approach to this following the end of the consultation period that closed on Thursday 25th February. The consultation, for England and Wales, focuses particularly […]