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Cousins working together on our family owned farm with the aim of running a commercial modern farm producing high yielding, high standard crops while maximising wildlife diversity. Brian is said to be the farmer and conservationist, whereas Patrick is a conservationist and farmer. This mix has given a new direction for the farm, building upon the work that our fathers and grandfather has done to improve the overall success of the farm business. The farm has gone from strength to strength with the farm being recognised at a national level winning the coveted National FWAG’s Silver Lapwing Award for farming and conservation in 2009 and then Patrick and Brian were named Countryside Farmer of the Year by the Farmers Weekly in 2010.

Friday, 7 December 2012

Share your story!


Share your farming story

Forest of Bowland, general views showing sheep by tree
Do you eat the food produced by the UK's farmers? Have you watched a barn owl float silently across the fields where you walk your dog? Or perhaps you grew up on or near a farm?
If yes then we’d love to hear from you! Can you please spare us just a few minutes of your time?
We’d like to know what farming and farmland means to you. We’re involved in an exciting new project called ‘Farming Stories’, but you don’t need to be a farmer to tell us your story!
What’s your connection?
Whether you have a personal story, or views about something you've read or heard about farming, we’d love to hear from you. All you need to do is fill in a quick survey form and you’re done. But hurry, you’ve only got until 12 December.
Perhaps you have more than one story you’d like to share? No problem! You can submit as many as you like and it only takes a few minutes each time.
How your story helps
Your contribution will help us better understand what farming really means to people in the UK, and will help guide our work with farmers, so why not share your story today?
Follow the link below and let the RSPB and the Oxford Farming Conference what you think of the farmers today.......The good, the bad and the Ugly!

http://eu.sensemaker-suite.com/Project/html/index.html?projectID=Farming