Tag : agriculture

Brexit to Threaten Small and Medium Businesses

9 months ago / 0 comments

As the Prime Minister hopes to cinch a EU deal next month, more and more businesses are demanding clarity on what Brexit will look like to allow them to plan for the scenario. Chair of the EEF group, Judith Hackett, has said that most businesses are underprepared, particularly small and … Read More

Will Drones Have Taken Your Job By 2020?

1 year ago / 0 comments

What does the future hold? A question we all ponder from time to time no doubt. According to some the future could hold all sorts of exciting prospects such as hover cars, robotic butlers or time travel. Whilst some of these involve a lot of imagination, current technological advancements could … Read More

The long road to recovery for Puerto Rico

1 year ago / 0 comments

When Storm Maria hit the headlines, the newscasters focused on the damage done to the states it had affected in the USA. People watched the destruction in horror, shocked by the sight of homes and lives not dissimilar to their own be swept away by a storm of biblical proportions. … Read More

CAP subsidy: A constant cause of agro

2 years ago / 0 comments

Canadian poet and novelist, Brian Brett, once penned “farming is a profession of hope.” What was once a perfectly pertinent – if not overly idealistic – overview of farming, has now become very much outdated. Today, it is the profession of the rich and of royalty, especially when considering the … Read More

The Growing Challenge – World on the Breadline

4 years ago / 0 comments

It’s Sunday morning, you’re worse for wear and it’s taken all of your effort to leave the comfort of your bed and make your way to the kitchen. On inspection, what are you greeted with? Nothing. We’ve all been in that position, you desperately need sustenance yet the cupboards are … Read More