New farming entrant joins the Innovis sales team in Scotland

New farming entrant joins the Innovis sales team in Scotland

with thanks to Stuart Graham, Uppercleuch farm “Lambing 750 ewes and hoggs this year outdoor in early April was a bit of a milestone for us,” says new farming entrant Stuart Graham, “However it’s proved to us that a forage-based system together with Innovis genetics...
New entrant farmer has five-year vision for Cumbrian hill unit

New entrant farmer has five-year vision for Cumbrian hill unit

with thanks to Hector Meanwell, Low Borrowbridge Farm New farming entrant, 22-year-old Hector Meanwell has a five-year vision for his challenging Cumbrian hill unit. “It’s got to be sustainable, so I’ve introduced a low input, low cost strategy focused on doing as...
Making more from less on a forage focused system

Making more from less on a forage focused system

with thanks to Robert and Tracy Powell and family, Blaenbwch, Powys Robert and Tracy Powell are making more from less having replaced a traditional hill unit with a forage focused system. Introducing Innovis forage bred and reared genetics, and Rob says: “We have the...
Northumberland Estate hosts an Innovis open day

Northumberland Estate hosts an Innovis open day

with thanks to farm manager Tim Crossland. Stripping out costs and maximising performance from homegrown forage with an Aberfield cross flock is the future of Park Farm’s sheep enterprise, one of Northumberland Estate’s Alnwick based in hand managed units. “Quite...