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Anglian Agri Media Ltd offers a range of top-quality bespoke farming programmes with something to suit every interest. Please click on the cover images below for more info and to securely order online. Postage and packing is FREE with all purchases.

Latest releases:

New DVD set - A Farming Case Study

 
A detailed two-part series charting the year with David Black & Son Ltd, a large arable and pig rearing enterprise from Suffolk. The main focus is the 1300ha (3200 acre) arable operation, but the programmes also touch on the pigs and use archive images to illustrate some of the farm’s fascinating history.

It’s mostly heavy land and wheat, barley, oilseed rape and sugar beet are the main crops.

Although most machinery used is from the Case IH stable a variety of other makes are shown with over 40 machines featured in total.

The programmes should appeal equally to farm machinery enthusiasts and farming professionals, with something for every level of interest.

***In stock and available now***

Set of both DVDs: £29.95
Individually: £16.95


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New DVD set - Four Seasons of Farming

 
This is a unique four-part DVD series looking in-depth at the farming year at Clopton Green Farm, an East Anglian arable farm. Detailed attention is given to crops and agronomy as well as machinery, cultivations and every aspect of modern farming..

Farm-manager Steven Offord explains his decisions and the reasoning behind them. Structured in seasonal order, the series encompasses everything from cultivations through to maintenance work. Crop walks keep the viewer up to date with progress throughout the year..

Crops grown include wheat, spring barley, oilseed rape, sugar beet and spring beans. The wide range of machinery used is predominantly from the AGCO stable with Challenger, MF and Fendt tractors represented, along with John Deere..

All action is captured comprehensively using unique camera angles. This groundbreaking series will appeal to everyone interested in or involved with agriculture..


Complete set of four DVDs: £57.95
Individually: £16.95


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A Year Farming with Deere two-part series

This is a two-part DVD series following a year with contract farming operation Reed Agriculture. Based in North Suffolk, the business covers 3000 acres and uses almost exclusively John Deere machinery.

Interviews and narration describe more than 100 sequences over the course of the two programmes. Particular emphasis is placed on showing the impressive array of modern equipment used, with nearly 60 machines featured over both discs, including more than 40 tractors with examples from most of the popular John Deere ranges produced during the past 10 years.

The soil types are very variable, ranging from light sand to heavy clay, and consequently a wide variety of crops are grown including wheat, barley, oilseed rape, sugar beet, peas, grass, parsley, onions and potatoes.

Set of both DVDs: £29.95
Individually: £17.95

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Other programmes
         

A Farming Case Study Part 1 (DVD)
£16.95 
 
A Farming Case Study Part 2 (DVD)
£16.95
 
Four Seasons of Farming Part 1 (DVD)
£16.95
   

Four Seasons of Farming Part 2 (DVD)
£16.95
 
 
Four Seasons of Farming Part 3 (DVD)
£16.95
 
Four Seasons of Farming Part 4 (DVD)
£16.95
   

A Year Farming with Deere Part 1 (DVD)
£17.95 
 
A Year Farming with Deere Part 2 (DVD)
£17.95
 
Sprayers & Spreaders (DVD)
£16.95
   

One Farm, One Year January-August (DVD)
£17.95
 
One Farm, One Year August-December (DVD)
£17.95
 
The Maize Silage Campaign (DVD)
£16.95
   

Combine Harvesters Part One 1941-84 (DVD)
£15.95
 
Combine Harvesters Part Two 1985-2009 (DVD)
£15.95
 
Combine Harvesters Part Three 2010-13 (DVD)£16.95
   

Beet Harvesters in Britain Part 1 1960-1995 (DVD)
£16.95
 
Beet Harvesters in Britain Part 2 1995-2012 (DVD)
£16.95
 
The Rubber Track Revolution (DVD)
£16.95
   
Calendars        
     
Four Seasons of Farming 2017 Calendar

£7.99
   
         
   
 
 


 

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