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Case Studies

Every year growers are faced with different challenges, from adverse weather conditions to increased pest problems and changes in legislation. At Kings we pride ourselves on working closely with our customers to find the best solution for their individual circumstances. To find out more about how different growers have benefitted from this personalised service, have a read of the case studies below.

You can also learn more about our collaborative projects with the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust/Interreg and the Royal Agricultural University.


 What our customers say...

Landing page Daniel Seed

Conservation Crops - RM & JF Seed

The team at RM & JF Seed manage 4,350ha of arable cropping across the Scottish Borders and Lothians. With the help of Kings technical advisor, Alan Johnson, farm manager, Daniel Seed has introduced several cover crops, grass margins and buffer strips to comply with scheme requirements whilst improving land productivity for the future. Read more... 

Landing page Jason Bayley

Forage Crops - Ladylees Farm 

Treating grass like any other crop enables Derbyshire dairy farmer, Jason Bayley to achieve high quality forage throughout the year. With the help of Kings technical advisor, Richard Barnes and Frontier Agronomist, Harry Abell, Jason has incorporated a sophisticated forage production system that supports the buisness and ensures a healthy, happy herd. Read more...

Landing page Tim Parton

Green Cover - Brewood Park Farm

Brewood Park Farm is a great example of sustainable agricultural practices and successful stewardship. Farm manager, Tim Parton, has been working with the Kings technical team to utilise Countryside Stewardship grants to incorporate more cover crops, grass margins and hedgerows across the estate, resulting in improved soil biology and increased bird count. Read more...

Landing page Adam Steed

Game Cover - Red House Farm

Volunteer gamekeeper Adam Steed has incorporated a range of game cover options to increase wild bird numbers at Red House Farm. With support from Kings technical advisor, Paul Brown, the business utilises conservation mixtures to improve biodiversity across the estate, with Adam winning the GWCT East Anglia Grey Partridge Award in 2019 for his efforts. Read more...

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