Farming Remote Northumberland
Poppy and Neil Hindmarsh have got onto the farming ladder in one of the most beautiful and remote corners of the North East of England. The couple took on the tenancy of the 2,500-acre hill farm Rowhope and the Trows near Harbottle. [read article]

Dunham Dairy Shorthorns
A traditionally-bred Dairy Shorthorn herd has been bringing in the profits for more than 60 years for a Cheshire family. The Dunham herd was founded by Charles Royle with 10 cows and a bull. [read article]

Fertility Management
While increasing dairy herd numbers and yields Cumbrian producer Frank Philipson has maintained already tight fertility management without any extra labour. [read article]

Farming without Roots
Beef farmer Kenny MacGregor runs a successful enterprise on the Scottish Border – and he doesn’t own or rent a farm! Kenny’s career in farming goes back to 1975 when he first started work. [read article]

Tourists and Herefords
A small farm high in the Pennine Dales of County Durham hosts many visitors each year and is home to a herd of pedigree Hereford cattle. [read article]

Good Farming Practice
Award winning beef farmer Robert Neill is keen to spread the word of good farming practice both to fellow agriculturalists and to youngsters. [read article]

Glenariff Beef Shorthorns
Norfolk cattleman Nick Barrett runs 150 head of pedigree Beef Shorthorns – yet he has no farm and only owns 30 acres of land. [read article]

Sunny Bank Ayrshires
Sunny Bank
When David Galbraith took on Sunny Bank Farm, Grayrigg, near Kendal in 1981 he bought some Ayrshire cows because they were £100 a head cheaper than black and whites. [read article]

Black and White Passion
A passion for pedigree black and white cattle breeding is in the blood for Lee Graham. Lee is the fourth generation of his family to farm at Anguswell, Kirklinton, near Carlisle. [read article]

Sedbergh Milk
Sedbergh Milk
A Cumbrian farming family has been adding value to its milk long before recent drives to improve farm gate prices. In fact, the Sedgwicks first began a milk round in 1897 at Lockbank Farm on the outskirts of Sedbergh. [read article]

Bitten by the Show Bug
Sowerby family
A mix of Limousin and British Blue breeding is producing strong commercial beef cattle which gives the Sowerby family from Appleby the option of finishing or selling store - with some gaining recognition in the show ring. [read article]

Beef Shorthorn's come top of the list
George Sommerville
When Glenkiln Farms’ manager George Somerville was faced with re-stocking a herd of 500 suckler cows he set about listing all the traits he saw as a priority for the 1,500 ha, mostly-hill estate. [read article]

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