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Soil and Grassland Management Plans delivered by the Advisory Service
Individuals completed Prosper from Pasture
Land based technical articles published by the knowledge exchange hub
Approximately 84% of Wales’ land area is farmed. Thanks to our mild and wet climate, that land is ideal for growing grass whilst rich and fertile soils support arable and horticulture production.


Wyn and Eurig Jones
“After applying precision soil mapping on the arable land this has allowed us to capture £720 of savings on lime – instead of applying at a flat rate 170 tonnes at a cost of £5,100, variable rate application maps allowed lime to be targeted where it was needed, reducing the volume used to 146 tonnes.”
Wyn and Eurig Jones
Pantyderi, Cardigan
Dafydd Jones
“The Master Grass course gave me the confidence to implement a rotational grazing system on the family farm, and raised my awareness of the potential of incorporating the system within our sheep enterprise”
Dafydd Jones

| Podcasts
Episode 34 - Business planning and the future of farming with Euryn Jones
Farmers are facing major change over the next few years. In this podcast, Euryn Jones, HSBC's…
| Technical Articles
Air pollution: Reducing ammonia emissions from agriculture by adapting fertiliser storage and land application techniques
15 January 2021   Dr William Stiles: IBERS, Aberystwyth University.   Take home…
| Reports
Welsh Pasture Project 2020 Review
41 farmers, a mixture of dairy, beef and sheep from a range of different land types and systems…
| Case Studies
Cost savings as Welsh farm improves soil health with Farming Connect support
14 January 2021   A Welsh upland farm is spending less on feed and fertiliser and is…
| News
Feed costs can be halved in dairy systems that favour fodder beet over silage
14 January 2021   Grazing fodder beet can provide winter feed for all classes of dairy stock…
| News
‘Virtual’ doors open round-the-clock for the first online Wales Farming Conference
12 January 2021   Virtual doors will be open ‘round the clock’ between February 1 and 5 when…
25 Jan 2021
WEBINAR: Demo Farm Update: Halghton Hall
Join us for an update on the project work carried...
26 Jan 2021
WEBINAR: Biodiversity on our farms - what’s the story?
Join a Farming Connect webinar with Dr Glenda...