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Pumpkins – buy local!

We’ve been trying something new this year…growing pumpkins!

The weather has been good and the crop is starting to look promising. We’re selling to local retailers but will have a good number for sale locally in Herefordshire come mid-late October in time for Halloween.

The 3 varieties we’ve got are good for carving and are yummy to eat – and grown locally! Look out for the fliers and signs appearing over the next few weeks.

Scary Pumpkin

Vacancy: Farm and Livestock Manager

A Radnorshire farm will shortly be interviewing to fill a vacancy for a Farm and Livestock Manager.

The position becomes vacant from mid April 2015. The farm consists of 400 acres of grass and carries 750 ewes and 60 suckler cows (half are pedigree Hereford).

The successful applicant will carry out all good husbandry tasks in respect of the livestock and manage the grassland and winter feeding. Additional help is taken on at lambing time.

The applicant should be familiar with tractor work and should have, or be prepared to obtain, an HGV (category C1) licence and will own at least two working dogs (the keep is reimbursed).

The position carries a 3 bedroom house of finn lodge construction, 1998. This is a salaried position. A generous commission is paid on all livestock sales.

In the first instance apply by email to

Are you Herefordshire’s Grassland Farmer of the Future?

HFYFC are working with the Herefordshire Grassland Society, Herefordshire NFU and the Wye & Usk Foundation to bring you an exciting new competiton!

The competition will be launched with an on-farm event where competitors can see examples of excellent grass utilisation and pick up tips from local advisors who are experts in various aspects of good grassland management.

Competitors will then write a report to show how they would utilise grassland management skills to develop a fictional farm which is struggling to make a profit due to increasing input costs and reducing sales prices.

All prize winners will receive free HGS and NFU membership for a year!

Competition timeline:

  • 11am, 8th November 2014: Farm walk, The Whittern, Almeley, HR3 6LD
  • 24th November 2014: Report submission deadline
  • 9th December 2014: Prize-giving at NFU & HGS county meeting

Entries due by Monday, 3rd November. Call 01432 274 187 or email to enter.

What is AD? How does it work?

MetNet have produced a short film explaining what anaerobic digestion is and how it works.

MetNet (Marches Environmental Technology Network) is a business network that supports environmental businesses (or business looking to diversify into the sector ) across Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Telford & Wrekin and Shropshire. E & J Solutions is a member of MetNet.

DECC announcement on RHI threatens small-scale AD

The Department for Energy & Climate Change issued the following statement today:

“The biomethane injection tariff is to be reviewed following representations from industry that there is a risk of overcompensation for large biomethane to grid plants under the current Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) biomethane injection tariff.

Larger plants benefit from economies of scale which can make them efficient generators of renewable energy, but their costs may not justify support at current levels.

DECC has undertaken initial analysis of the evidence underpinning the tariff and has concluded that there may be a risk of overcompensation for large plants or sites with existing assets. This represents a value for money risk for the taxpayer.

It is vital that we get the level of support right so that the market can invest with confidence, RHI support is spent efficiently and the market can grow sustainably. DECC has therefore confirmed that it has initiated a review of the biomethane injection tariff.

As part of the review, DECC will be updating the cost and performance data underpinning the tariff to determine whether any changes are required. If it is concluded that changes are needed, DECC plans to consult on these in the summer.”