Following 5 consecutive months of above average rainfall, conditions on many UK farms this autumn have been testing. In our own operations too, we have experienced a testing summer on account of saturated soils at the very peak of the post harvest Land Drainage window. One of our projects this autumn has involved amalgamating land
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As the inclement summer of 2017 continues, the fields are gradually getting cleared by the combines to make way for the start to the next growing season and on some farms, – the installation of a new land drainage scheme! The post harvest window is always a busy period for getting improvement projects completed and
2017 has very much been a year of two halves up the start of August as far as rainfall is concerned. From January through to early May, there was an acute lack of rainfall in much of the UK with river levels reported as being at record low levels and the media fuelling speculation of
It’s always good to see media interest in the projects we are involved in and the recent Tillage Magazine Article was no exception! The Tillage Magazine Team came and spent time on the farm we were working on in Wales earlier in 2017 speaking with the farming team there and obtaining a detailed overview of
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We’ve been working on a farm this week which is situated on a block of low lying land which has a need for water levels to be very sensitively managed by a series of pumps, ditch systems and land drains in order to control water levels. The farm is situated on land near to the