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Farm Track Improvement and Construction

Anyone who works in the countryside will have a close understanding of the importance of farm tracks and roadways. In many instances, these tracks are a vital route to access areas of rural ground which might otherwise be difficult to reach.                     From a farming perspective,

Keeping the Water Flowing

The combines have been packed away and many of our customers are now well into their autumn cultivations and drilling operations. The summer and early autumn this year has been kinder than 2012 and for many, the change in season has provided the chance to start afresh for the new agricultural year after a difficult

Helping to Improve Yields

August, September and October are always our three busiest months of the year as demand for our Land Drainage expertise increases following the removal last year’s crops at harvest. Clear fields allow room for our equipment to come into the fields and install new land drains comprehensively across the wet areas of land. The wet

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The Importance of Culverts

With the Indian summer continuing and autumn cultivations pressing ahead with perfect soil conditions this autumn, it is easy to forget the important role that ditch systems played 12 months ago when a very different weather pattern was upon us. Ditch systems were filled to capacity transporting surplus water away from arable fields following on

Bird Hide Takes Flight for New Location at Hickling Broad

Uprooting a fragile, 13-year-old bird hide on a Broadland National Nature Reserve isn’t the easiest of tasks, let alone when it’s attached to the legacy of the Cadbury family. However we used our half a century of problem solving expertise to assist Norfolk Wildlife Trust (NWT) in the movement of its 13ft tall Cadbury Hide

The floods of 2014

It seems quite incredible that after the saturated conditions of the autumn of 2013 the UK now finds itself in a position where the weather is once again dominating the headlines as the south of England experiences its wettest winter since records began. The conditions have been especially bad in the South West and in