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Company profile: SIP

Known world wide for their grass harvesting machines, SIP is a Slovenian manufacturer of agricultural machinery with a long tradition, exporting its products to over…

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Positive developments in the European grassland equipment market

The European market for grassland equipment, which includes the product categories loaderwagons, mowers, rakes and tedders, showed a significant increase in sales units in the…

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“We need to change our approach to handle what lies ahead” – Samuel Masse, Former CEJA President and organic winemaker

The Domaine de Favas is an organic vineyard with a focus on biodiversity. At its head are Samuel and Geoffrey Masse, who took over the…

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The most beautiful mudpool in the Netherlands: organic pig keeping with Boer Bas

Near the Dutch village of Rucphen, we find Bas Antonissen’s farm. A farm that has been in the family since 1950, but almost eight years…

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Farmers of Europe Magazine 2021-001

When we launched Farmers of Europe last year, we never thought that the Covid-19 crisis would have such an impact on our project! Appointments were…

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From a desk to the farm, how strawberries changed Matija’s life

“Let’s not look at each other as competition, the more we grow, the less imports there will be!” Matija Brinjak, 29, started out as a…

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Vervaet: a small family business transforms into a leading international player

Dutch company Vervaet is definitely the reference in Europe for slurry and manure processing or beet harvesting. The company alternately produces beet harvesters and manure…

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European green deal, it’s the economy stupid!

By Jannes Maes   While it seems appropriate these days to dispense with any sense of nuance in order to make a point, I would…

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Milking near Brussels

“Urbanisation is a big problem in Flanders!” Bart Vanderstraeten (38) runs a mixed farm with his wife Marijke (31) in Merchtem, a village just outside…

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Corona and agriculture: the impact on our industry

This is the first time, for all of us, that we are experiencing a pandemic like coronavirus. The impact was difficult to estimate but measures…

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