Farming is a science, coupled with some trial and error and a good deal of experimentation (naturally, the weather plays a big part too!)
On this week’s Food Talk Show, AJ and Susie chat to two farmers who both happen to be called James and have generations of experience behind them.
They want to know how today’s farmers play a part in the local community, how they are so important for preserving and caring for our landscapes and whether you need to wear shorts all year-round?
In addition, they taste some bread that is simply sensational.
When it comes to livestock, learning curves are often steep…
Odd jobs, agroforestry and in-person events – Farming George’s update
May madness: Cows, crop-sprayers and a trip to Cornwall
The wind that shakes the barley – the science behind growing crops
Agri Leadership Week: How can you get involved?