In part three of Farm Zone’s ‘pioneers in agriculture’ series, we cover the life of grassland scientist George Stapledon Previous articles in the series have looked at the lives of George Barham, founder of the Express Country Milk Company; and Tom Williams and the...
In a remote corner of Ukraine, a highly automated facility processes seed day and night The Dnipropetrovsk Oblast region in central Ukraine is extremely remote. It boasts some of the most fertile agricultural land in the world – with wide expanses of deep, black soil....
Like every other sector in the economy, automation is coming to agriculture. But what does it mean for the small family farm? Will autonomous farming favour the big corporate agri-producers, putting the family farmer at a disadvantage, or will it reduce costs on small...
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