Winchester Monitor Farm

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Ian Cammack together with his foreman Andy Bason runs a 722 ha arable farm on chalk downland near Winchester. The farm has 550 ha of combinable crops – wheat, barley, oilseed rape and beans, as well as keeping 70 breeding ewes producing Hampshire Downs cross lambs to sell to a local butcher. The farm receives rental income from ex dairy and piggery buildings converted to offices, a gym, storage and workshops. With woodchip boilers recently installed, Ian will soon be doing more woodland management than before. Off-farm work includes agricultural and non-agricultural maintenance.

Meeting notice

For more information contact Paul Hill, AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds Knowledge Exchange Manager, paul.hill@ahdb.org.uk

Previous meetings:

  • End of an era - three years as a Monitor Farm: 30 June 2017 (report, pdf)
  • Trace elements and cover cropping: 1 March 2017 (report, pdf)
  • Alternative cropping and biomass production: 11 January 2017 (report, pdf)
  • Drills and crop establishment: 16 November 2016 (report, pdf)
  • Summer meeting with Joel Williams: 30 June 2016 (report, pdf)
  • YEN, with Daniel Kindred: 10 May 2016 (report, pdf)
  • Cover crops: 1 March 2016 (report, pdf)
  • Harvest review: 12 January 2016 (report, pdf)
  • Labour management: 5 November 2015 (report, pdf)
  • Summer meeting: 1 July 2015 (report, pdf)
  • Spring barley management: 6 May 2015 (report, pdf)
  • Analysing business cost structure: 12 March 2015 (report, pdf)
  • Addressing the yield plateau: 11 February 2015 (report, pdf)
  • Launch: 6 November 2014 (report, pdf)

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