David Gardner, former IfA CEO, shortlisted for the 2018 Bullock Award Innovation for Agriculture and the Royal Agricultural Society of England congratulate former CEO, David Gardner, for being shortlisted as one of the five finalists for the 2018 Bullock Award. In writing his profile on Farmers Weekly, editor Karl Schneider, who refers to David […]
About Carrie Robbins
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Carrie Robbins contributed a whooping 59 entries.
Entries by Carrie Robbins
IfA joins SmartAgriHubs, a €20 million project to promote digitalisation in farming Innovation for Agriculture is proud to announce the official launch of SmartAgriHubs, a project part of the EU H2020 initiative, aiming to accelerate the digital transformation of the agri-food sector in Europe. 140Digital Innovation Hubs, 9 regional cluster & 28 flagship […]
In the first crucial months of a calf’s life, the calf is susceptible to infectious diseases. During this period, the calf’s health can be affected by many factors. One of these factors is its housing. Traditionally, calves are kept individually in outdoor igloo’s. In the Hooibeekhoeve, a research and demonstration farm in Antwerp, Belgium, young […]
Join IfA at the Driffield Show on Wednesday 18th July to understand how using the latest technology can reduce the use of antibiotics on farms, improve animal welfare and increase farm profitability.
A new series of practical videos to help farmers understand and improve soil health was launched at the recent Groundswell Show. Working in partnership with Innovation for Agriculture (IfA) and Ernest Cook Trust, the Catchment Sensitive Farming (CSF) team have produced a series of “Learning from the Land” videos. These showase easy-to-set-up soil demonstrations that […]
Stephen Briggs, IfA’s Soil & Water Manager will be presenting at the Royal Bath & West of England Society’s summer Soils Conference. The conference is held in partnership with FWAG, Hills to Levels project and Innovation for Agriculture. Hear from distinguished Soil Specialists on topics to include the Science of Soils, Soils & Grassland, Improving […]
Simon Cowell, an arable farmer from Essex has been announced as the winner of the 2018 Soil Farmer of the Year. Angus Gowthorpe from York has been awarded second place and William Steel from Hawkhurst third place. The competition, now in its third year is organised by the Farm Carbon Cutting Toolkit (FCCT) and Innovation […]