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If you are passionate about rural business, but seek a fresh approach with down to earth practical advice then you have come to the right place. Our delivery is not likely to be traditional, it might even get close to controversial!

We deliver a bi-annual magazine and regular podcast featuring:

Guest appearances from industry leaders

Topical discussions on areas such as diversification, planning, marketing, accounting & ELMS

Regular Case studies featuring some of the UK's top rural businesses

Question and answer clinics

Sit back, relax and listen to our highly informative Podcast. We do like to have a bit of fun along the way but you can be assured that every session is dedicated to help educate, inspire and support your rural business journey or career. With some industry heavyweights lined up over the coming months we look forward to having you join us.

This is for readers who work for, support, own or aspire to own a Rural Business; who want to see inspiring stories of success and hear from like minded entrepreneurs and business specialists who are all passionate about their Rural roots.

INYOURFIELD PODCAST

We begin our podcasting journey on the 12th May 2021.

Do we know what we are doing? Let's be honest we are no experts but we have the kit, the personalities and the network to give it a really good go!

Upcoming Podcasts

Naughty Goats and Soap

Join us for this episode in the IN YOUR FIELD podcast with our guest Jade Connelly from Tilda's Tribe.

Made up of Jade, Josh & their small herd of goats which live on their Farm in Riddlesden; Tilda's Tribe began when Jade & Josh helped out a fellow neighbour with her goats and started wondering how to put her surplus milk to good use, Josh being quite the entrepreneur came up with the idea of goats milk soap after researching the benefits goats milk can offer your skin.

They loved the idea of making and producing their own goats milk soap by hand and started Tilda’s Tribe. The soaps started selling really well and Jade & Josh realised they had unlocked a great passion they both share for goats and skincare and decided to take the business further.

Today we will talk about Goats, Milk and Soap, online selling and the journey Jade and Josh took to get there, alongside the challenges and insights they have gained along the way, this is a lovely story of how a slow growing expansion of a business has worked for Tilda's Tribe.

You'll be able to understand the soap making process, online selling, hear about the upscaling happening now with plans to create a soap making factory and tales of naughty goats.

Farmer Barnes Dairy

Join us for our latest episode in the IN YOUR FIELD Podcast with Jane Barnes from Farmer Barnes Dairy - Alma Bank Farm, We were lucky enough to visit the newly built dairy farm - Alma Bank Farm in Leicestershire, and meet Jane Barnes to discuss the challenges and insights of running and diversifying a dairy farm, whilst also busting some very common milk myths.

Farmer Barnes Dairy is a proud working British Dairy Farm and is passionate about teaching people what happens on a dairy farm and how they produce milk for the award winning Blue Stilton Cheese, made at Long Clawson Dairy.

Visiting a UK dairy farm allows you to first hand see the daily operation of safe milk production and the care dairy farmers give to their land and animals. With a cow classroom for visitors to watch the cows milking and a gallery above the milking parlour touring their dairy farm as a school class or tour group is both a fun and educational way to see dairy cows close up, answer questions and identify with farmers who produce the wholesome dairy products your family enjoys.

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INYOURFIELD MAGAZINE

‘INYOURFIELD’ Magazine

We have developed the magazine to inspire, educate, inform, and give a voice to rural businesses across the UK.

This is for readers who work for, support, own or aspire to own a Rural Business; who want to see inspiring stories of success and hear from like minded entrepreneurs and business specialists who are all passionate about their Rural roots.

You will find that we touch on many of the aforementioned themes – Business Success, Skills and Connectivity in all its forms. When all of these themes come together they create enterprise, and this, in turn, supports our wonderful rural communities.

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