What do you think of the idea of Farm Radio ? Roger Crisp canvassing your views on Farm Radio at the Gillingham and Shaftesbury Show. Bonny Sartin of the Yetties.
Category: Edition 1 (Nov 03)
This is Edition 001 of Farm Radio. Click on the button next to the items you wish to hear.
The items included here are our first attempt at producing program material that will interest you. We really need you to let us know what you think and welcome your comments on what appears here and suggestions for things that we haven’t thought of.
Click on the “Contact Us” button. You can write to us, phone us up, email us, or even leave a recorded message. We are totally independent and are only interested in representing the views of our listeners, so you can say more or less what you like and we will attempt to include your comments in future programming. which we will be producing monthly.
Jude exhibiting at the Gillingham and Shaftesbury Show.
Interview by Helen Wallbridge.
After years of rock-bottom prices many milk producers are struggling to survive. Graham Harvey talks to a group of family dairy farmers about their hopes and fears for the future.
Roger Crisp talks to Hugh Gulliford about the various ways that they have tried to enhance the income to their farm.
“On the Spot”. This is where you get your chance to confront an organisation that is causing you problems.
Ann Partridge goes to see David Walsh at Dorset County Council to talk about the problems she has with developing her farmhouse bed and breakfast venture, accompanied by Farm Radio’s Geoff King. If there...
Stan Harris reflects on his life in farming and the changes he has experienced.
This month, “red tape” and the complications it is adding to the life of those rearing sheep. What’s your main gripe? We offer you the opportunity to get it off your chest on Farm...
Geoff King finds out what the children at Grove Infant School on Portland think of “the white stuff”.
This wraps up this first ever edition of Farm Radio with a few words of wisdom from Denis Wareham. We hope that you have enjoyed what you have heard but please get in touch...
Click on the signpost to find your way to “Chalk and Cheese” and “Levels and Moors” items.
Gary Lightfoot is a highly experienced farmer and independent organic dairy consultant who does not like to beat about the bush. Roger Crisp talks to him about his work and the state of play for...