This magazine is great because it is independent from other commercial bodies. Practical Farm Ideas contains original farming research by those in the business. Readers won’t be subjected to any advertising or any bias in this magazine. With all the helpful advice and interesting commentary on how the farming industry is at the moment, farmers can read a good honest publication that is entirely focused on their needs.
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We think that farmers need good solid information which is independent of the supply trade, yet most of the farming media such as magazines, agricultural events and other organisations need to use the help of advertising. This means they have a powerful incentive to go along with whoever their advertiser may be and whatever products they sell. Practical Farm Ideas magazine excels in that it remains unsullied by the commercial world which we think makes it a highly sought after magazine.
Practical Farm Ideas is written by farmers for farmers, which is a very refreshing approach we think you’ll agree. This magazine has been entirely devised and written by a Welsh farmer with one thing on his mind; to help you improve your farming methods and get even better results. The magazine is released four times a year and thus coincides with the problems and issues that arise in each new season. Practical Farm Ideas magazine can be your new guide through each season on the best methods to get the most from your land at any time.
If you feel like your farming business is stuck in a rut, we think Practical Farm Ideas magazine could help you to expand your business and get an even bigger yield. With articles on how to expand while keeping costs low as well as articles which show you how to create less waste and help the environment, this magazine is a must-read for any farmer looking for some honest independent advice.