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About James and Jen - JB Farming Life

James is a farmer originally from Yorkshire and Jen is a Lincolnshire girl that juggles a full-time job with life on the farm together. We live together in Lincolnshire, Great Britain on an all-arable farm growing combinable crops (wheat, oil seed rape, beans, oats and we've tried a bit of soya this year). James is farming full-time and mostly alone, while Jen helps where she can! We started making videos to talk/share the thing we love most - farming. The industry has a tough time in the UK and we face a lot of challenges people don't even realise, but it's a way of life that we enjoy!


JB farming vlog – Jen shares harvest headaches and winter planting

The challenges of 2020 continue with harvest headaches and difficult drilling! It’s my (Jen) first solo vlog (so go easy…


James and Jen get the last of the oats in

It’s been a busy time and thanks to some awesome filming from Joey Media we got this little clip of…


Flooded fields and dry desert – James and Jen get drilling

April and May proved to be a busy time on the farm as we worked around the clock to get…


James and Jen get draining with a 1982 Barth Holland K171

We needed to do some drainage works in one of the fields that was a bit saturated over winter. This…


JB Farming vlog: Battle of the breakdowns

Here’s our fourth JB Farming vlog and it’s a big’un! It’s been a mad rush to try and get drilling…

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James and Jen test the Fastrac 4220

Arable growers James and Jen had this yellow beast  – the Fastrac 4220 – on demo for a weekend (before…


Video: Geoff does a late sugar beet harvest

With not so much capture on the farm in the last few months due to the weather, Jen went to…


Video: Jimmy B’s millet harvest doesn’t go to plan

It’s wet wet wet. Everything has ground to a bit of a halt and we couldn’t bring in the millet…


Stubble finishing before the rain in Lincolnshire

Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Here’s our first ever vlog from a few weeks ago: Jimmy talks through cultivation after…