AHDB Food & Farming podcast
Farmers, special guests and AHDB specialists sharing their experiences and opinions, technical information, data, market intelligence, updates on exports and the latest on issues that impact your business. The AHDB Food & Farming podcast – worth a listen.
What does it take to open new markets around the world?
In this episode of AHDB’s Food & Farming podcast, hosted by John Bates, AHDB’s Dr Phil Hadley and Karen Morgan from the Department for International Trade (DIT) explain what it takes to open new markets and how they go about strengthening alliances with like-minded trade partners around the globe.
The Animal Health and Welfare Pathway - what pig producers need to know
In this Food and Farming podcast our guests Stewart Houston CBE, co-designer of The Pathway; Mandy Nevel, Veterinary surgeon and Head of Animal Health and Welfare, AHDB; and Lauren Dimmack, Senior Animal Health & Welfare Scientist, AHDB discuss with our host, John Bates, what led to the development of The Pathway, Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) and how pig producers can get involved.
Cereals and Oilseeds
Looking ahead and behind – Being the first AHDB Strategic Cereal Farm
As we embark on another year of output from our growing network of strategic farms, Jane Craigie takes some time to speak to Suffolk farmer, Brian Barker, the first ever AHDB strategic cereal farm. This episode discusses the journey and successes so far, creating that blueprint for future farms and what’s left to do.
Beef and Lamb
Using EID and collecting data
In this Food and Farming podcast, Knowledge Exchange Manager, Emma Steele, chats to Shropshire Beef & Lamb Strategic Farmer, Neil Brown, about his use of EID and using the information he collects to make management decisions, including weaning.
Reducing lameness with anti-inflammatories
In this episode, Knowledge Exchange Manager Alan McFadzean is joined by Dr James Wilson and herd manager David Badger, to talk about the results from a recent AHDB funded study into whether non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs can improve cure rates for claw horn lesions.
Sutton Bridge Crop Storage Research – what next?
In this AHDB Food & Farming episode, Jimmy Phillips interviews Rob Clayton, our Sector Strategy Director for Potatoes, to discuss how the planned wind down and transition of AHDB Potatoes activities will impact potato storage research.
Getting to grips with vine weevil
In this AHDB Food & Farming podcast, we outline the issue of vine weevil in container-grown hardy nursery stock and the available control methods. The outputs from AHDB funded project HNS 195 ‘Improving vine weevil control in HNS’ (a 5 year trial) are currently being applied on a commercial nursery and will culminate in a demonstration event in September 2021.