this is div id="printarea" hardcoded in Layout.cshtml

In publishing and graphic design, Lorem ipsum is a placeholder text commonly used to demonstrate the visual form of a document or a typeface without relying on meaningful conten

below tandart print area (defined by @media print in AHDBprojectblue.less)

Coronavirus: advice for farmers and growers

AHDB and coronavirus

In these challenging times AHDB is working hard to:

Contact the coronavirus helpdesk:

AHDB events are cancelled up to June 30. Read our full statement If you need to speak to your local AHDB contact, visit our Meet the team page

If you have any queries about levy payments, please email levy@ahdb.org.uk

Send us a question

We have created a dedicated Coronavirus FAQs section with general advice, as well as specific guidance for livestock farmers, arable and horticultural growers and business information.

If you have a question you'd like answered, please email: COVID19.FAQs@ahdb.org.uk

Share your experience

The NFU’s business impact reporting service allows farmers and growers to report directly about the issues affecting them during the COVID-19 outbreak. The service is for all farmers and growers across the UK.

NFU: COVID-19 business impact reporting

Latest on the markets


Blogs



Support for dairy farmers

Many dairy farmers are facing farmgate price cuts, changes to payment terms, requests to reduce milk production or, at worst, having to pour milk down the drain.

We've pulled together information to help you face the challenges, with a focus on these three areas:


Advice on seasonal labour

We've pulled together a number of resources to support employers in finding, retaining and motivating new staff as well as following social distancing guidance.

Pick for Britain

The Pick for Britain website offers valuable information on finding work and recruiting on UK fruit and veg farms.

Visit Pick for Britain

Webinars

View our latest webinars, bringing all the latest advice and guidance together in one place on COVID-19 for farmers and growers.

1 May 2020

Immediate actions that could help protect your farm during the coronavirus outbreak

1 May 2020

Find out how to optimise your production and maintain margin during the coronavirus outbreak

1 May 2020

How to create a new feed budget or adapt your existing plan to suit your situation during the coronavirus outbreak

1 May 2020

A discussion on current labour concerns and the impact of coronavirus on the sector


Podcasts

Listen to our latest podcasts, bringing advice, guidance and insights in one place on the COVID-19 outbreak.


Sector video updates



Consumer marketing

Given the recent developments in relation to coronavirus, the Market Development team have been working to review their activity and ensure it delivers solutions in line with the rapidly changing demands of the UK consumer.

We have amended our current social media strategy in the short term to address the changing situation for consumers, with content being posted on social media focusing on store cupboard ingredients, basic recipes and batch cooking. Blogs are also being created to ensure that consumers can get the best out of larger joints of meat, as well as how to store potatoes and vegetables to ensure the longest possible shelf life, ensuring that all sectors are coming together to maximise content and information.

We are also working with the Consumer Insight team to monitor the situation in retail, and ensure our promotional activity reflects the changing situation. Our ongoing work with international partners ensures we are sharing best practice and learnings across a number of industry sectors.


Media enquiries

For urgent media enquiries, please get in touch:


More coronavirus guidance