When harvest is complete, planning when new leys are drilled is crucial over the following weeks. With legumes very sensitive to temperature, the sooner any seed mixtures containing clovers can be drilled the better. Early frosts have caught some farmers out in recent years, so it is advisable to ...

Soil Health Courses at FarmED

Posted: 21st July 2021

Starting next month, agroecological adviser Niels Corfield is leading three courses at FarmED about regenerative soil health - one for arable farmers, one for livestock farmers and graziers, and one for horticultural growers. Check out the videos below for a sneak preview of what's in store ...
Last month Cotswold Seeds lead a herbal ley course at FarmED, for those interested in exploring complex seed mixture of grasses, legumes and herbs for livestock health, soil fertility and forage. This one day course proved so popular we've scheduled another for July 13th, which is also ...
We currently have two exciting opportunities to join our small and friendly team here at Cotswold Seeds. We are looking for a Sales Administrator to join our sales team responsible for being on the front line for sales calls and providing customer service.   We are also looking for a ...
Cotswold Seeds is proud to have sponsored The Soil Farmer of the Year Award once again, and Ian Wilkinson presented the winners with their certificates at Groundswell last week.  Tom Sewell, an arable farmer from Kent and Sam Vincent, a dairy farmer from Dorset have beenawarded the 2021 ...

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