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The Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics are currently recruiting for a Project Manager, for more information please visit the Compassion in World Farming website.

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The harrowing business of being a buttercup farmer

Upper Pant Farm: I’ve been chain harrowing all our grass fields today, which involves pulling a carpet of metal spikes up and down each field with my David Brown tractor. The spikes pull out the dead grass from last year and freshen the ground, allowing new grass and clover space to grow. Clover is especially important to us, as it takes nitrogen from the air and puts it in the soil, increasing the fertility of the soil which in turn increases our crop yields. Encouraging clover means we don’t need fossil fuel derived artificial nitrate fertilizer, which is better for soil life and means a smaller carbon footprint!

01 July 2015 | 0 Comments | Recommended by 0

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