Harvest is progressing well at Merton Estates, St Boswells, Kelso, although the combine has just been rained off today (31 July).
Growers need to review budgets and cashflow in the light of far lower prices and generally better yields than expected, say advisers.
Morrisons has launched a free app, which aims to simplify cattle management.
Devastating fire destroys main building on the historic Eastbourne Pier
Harvest has been rained off near Thirsk, Yorkshire, but winter wheat is still a few days away so is not coming to any harm, according to Guy Shelby.
Centrica's Chief Executive Sam Laidlaw has told the BBC gas use is down as result of warmer weather, but has batted off criticism that bills could be reduced further because of lower wholesale prices.
Company forced to write down value of its baiju white spirit brand amid Beijing’s push to stop conspicuous spending and gift giving
Winners will be in line for £670m of contracting work over eight years
Andrew Digwood has finished combining oilseed rape at Willow Paddocks Farm, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, and started winter wheat yesterday (30 July).
England's men's hockey team cruise to a 3-1 win over Canada to book a spot in the Commonwealth Games semi-finals at Glasgow 2014.
Stephen Craigan blames Mexico players for the fighting which marred the Milk Cup match against Northern Ireland.
Investment company founded by Martin Hughes is the latest UK hedge fund to expand across Atlantic following moves by Cheyne Capital, Winton and Odey
England wing Marland Yarde says moving to Harlequins from London Irish will help his development as a player.
The dip leaves inflation at less than a quarter of the European Central Bank’s target of below, but close to, 2 per cent
Team Wales can be "delighted" to have surpassed their pre-Commonwealth Games medal target in Glasgow says chef de mission Brian Davies.
Global consultant, and owner of EC Harris, set to pay premium of 40% for UK engineer
Nationwide monthly index shows price of a typical home increased by just 0.1% in July as regulatory mortgage restrictions kick in
Days after paying £3m to settle with his brother Vincent, the Serious Fraud Office’s settlement means a planned trial in October will not go ahead
President Koroma says country will call in security forces to quarantine epicentres of deadly virus and public meetings will be restricted