In episode 47 of Meet the Farmers Ben speaks to Emily McVeigh at the Kenton Hall Estate in Suffolk. The business is a family business through and through with all members of the family involved in various enterprises, from arable to Longhorn cattle, a cookery school, glamping enterprise, weddings and events. Kenton Hall was one … Continue reading Meet the Farmers – Episode 47 with Emily McVeigh
Even if you’re running an online business, it will still have a carbon footprint. The good part is the fact that there’s always something you can do about it, even if it’s just switching to green hosting instead of using regular servers. In other industries, nonetheless, things aren’t nearly that simple. Here, you have many … Continue reading Tips to Reduce the Environmental Impact of Your Business – Guest post by Emma Joyce
You may not be aware but this week has been Ukrainian Week in London, a major initiative launched by Bate Toms, Chairman of the British-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce (BUCC), and Yuriy Kosyuk, founder and Chairman of MHP, an agricultural company listed on the London Stock Exchange. As part of the week I attended a business event at the Savoy (Tuesday) organised by the Finanical … Continue reading An Insight to Ukrainian Agriculture, present and future
Phil Bryant manages Stowford Manor Farm near Trowbridge in Wiltshire. He has recently been joined by his daughter Anna, who worked as a biology teacher for six years before returning to the farm this year.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=wZelfUZ-mc0 'GM a safe, proven and beneficial innovation'? I wonder if the secretary of State, who is meant to be representing my interests, is really speaking for the best interests of the British and European public here or is he speaking for a multinational industry determined to push into Europe? Where is the evidence that … Continue reading Owen Paterson speaks out as being pro GM