SARIC DiverseForages Project trial at our Centre for Diverse Farming Aim: To determine which level of forage plant species diversity provides the best forage, together with benefits for the soil, environment and livestock production. Partners:  BBSRC-NERC Sustainable Agriculture Research and ...

Species of the Week: Stubble Turnip

Posted: 5th February 2019

One of the most popular short term forage crops in the UK, stubble turnips are quick to establish with a good level of protein, making them ideal to fatten livestock, especially lambs over the winter. https://www.cotswoldseeds.com/species/61/stubble-turnip ...

Herbal Leys on the Road

Posted: 21st January 2019

Ian and Sam have a busy week coming up, giving talks about soils and herbal leys to a variety of groups and organisations all over the country, ranging from the Cotswold Sheep Group and National Trust in Wiltshire, to Harper Adams and the partnership between Defra, the Environment Agency and ...

Sales Intern (Work Placement)

Posted: 21st January 2019

Sales Intern (Work Placement) March - September This exciting, paid work placement opportunity sees you work as a full member of the friendly and enthusiastic Technical Sales team for up to six months. Cotswold Seeds supplies 15,000 UK farmers and growers in the livestock, arable and ...

Species of the Week: Maincrop Turnip

Posted: 21st January 2019

Maincrop Turnip is one of the most winter hardy forage brassica species. Also known as hardy turnips, they provide grazing for livestock late in the winter/early in the spring, when other species may have been adversely affected by ...

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