Report from Farming Futures event at St Buryan Inn- 26th November
9th December 2019
On Tuesday 26th November a group of approximately 25 people gathered at the St.Buryan Inn to hear about the progress of the Livestock Demonstration Units as part of the Penwith Landscape Partnership – Farming Futures project. Find out about what was discussed on the evening.
2 Minute Farmer event this Wednesday 27th November
26th November 2019
2 Minute Farmer are holding a get together for the farming community on 27th November
Report from Dairy Conference
4th November 2019
Edward Hosking reports back form the LIC "Mind the Profit Gap" Dairy Conference
Report from our Interactive Training Day on Herbal Leys
28th October 2019
On Thursday 26th September Dr Hannah Jones representing both Duchy College and Reading University led an event at Sancreed Village Hall on management of Herbal Leys- find out more about what was covered on this event.
Penwith Farmers learn more about Safe Use of Fertilisers
17th October 2019
Local farmers attended a course by Greenway Training on the Safe Use of Fertilisers and Manures
2 Minute Farmer event this Wednesday 16th October
14th October 2019
2 minute farmer has organised two events in Cornwall to bring the farming community together- one in West Cornwall
Article- Condensed Tannins and their Benefits to Ruminants
3rd October 2019
Joss Dauncey Bsc shares his research into the benefit of condensed tannins for ruminants
Buildings in the Landscape project is seeking to restore historic buildings in Penwith
20th September 2019
Funding support is available for Penwith farmers to obtain planning and building regulations approval for the conversion of traditional barns to alternative uses.
Support available to attend LIC Pasture to Profit Conference 2019 - Mind the Profit Gap
16th September 2019
If you are a Penwith dairy farmer looking to boost profitability from your dairy farm pasture, we are able to sponsor some tickets to this helpful conference.
The benefits of Herbal Leys
28th August 2019
There has been a lot of interest in Herbal Leys of late, but it is not a new idea as it was mentioned in farmers' guides going back a hundred years- here we look at this farming practice and how it can benefit Penwith farmers.
PLP at the St Buryan Rally 2019
2nd August 2019
On the weekend of the 27th-28th July 2019 the Penwith Landscape Partnership attended the St Buryan Rally for the first time, with a marquee full of activities for all the family.
New grants available for farmers
11th July 2019
The RDPE have opened up applications for small grants for farmers