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Sheep, beef and arable farmer in East Kent

Canterbury, England
Joined June 2013
Is it even a good dead if you don't tell the world? Just saved this brood of ducklings from a watery grave!
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Polarisation on food, farming & the environment, a 🧵 Since 2016 food, farming & the environment have rarely been out of the news. And rightly so: they impact every single one of us. Yet the quality of national debate on these vital issues has been (mostly) dire. 1/
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The UK uses 38 million hectares to feed itself. The UK's total land mass is 24 million hectares, to put that into perspective. We use more of that 38 million overseas (about 53%) then we do domestically (about 47%). So we use more land outside the UK to feed ourselves.
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A big thank you to @farmer_stu for hosting our east kent farmer groups event discussing regen ag,CSF, wildflower grasslands, stewardship, agronomy & @kentdownsAONB FIPL-funded biological applicator drill. Big thx to @taylorboy500, Keith Truett, @MitchellRaeEnv & all farmers today
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Quiet reminder to everyone discussing/ fury tweeting the rights and wrongs of direct payments to farmers/ ELMS on here that we aren’t all landowners. 30% of UK farmers are tenants. It’s forgotten far too often.
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Replying to @sturdyAlex
Pretty soon the libs will be about the only thing British people can afford to own.
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Many asking me why does @Ofgem allow firms to make such big profits? To be fair, it regulates retail energy firms/bits of firms. Those who sell energy direct to consumers. They're not making huge profits right now (hence why many went bust). The BIG money is made by...
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(Using crude global averages with no relevance for the UK market.) Comparing grass-fed UK lamb with feedlot or rainforest cleared beef is like comparing a monster truck with a Tesla for emissions. Sorry @adamvaughan_uk but we must get better at this conversation.
These are the UK supermarket items with the worst environmental impact newscientist.com/article/233…
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If we stop livestock farming we can save the planet and turn 60% of our farmland back to nature. A thread 🧵
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Can you explain how the Environment Agency Pension Fund seems to be the owner of £28,304,421 worth of shares in 6 of England's 9 water companies? Companies that over abstract chalk streams to the tune of 574 Ml/d & spent 4,215,052 hours in 2019-20 dumping sewage into our rivers.
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I agree we cannot sustainably feed 10bn people with 'western' levels of dietary red meat with current technology & practice. Either we find less damaging ways to raise it, or we should expect to lower consumption per head. But @GeorgeMonbiot elides some key nuances here. 🪡1️⃣
#RegenesisFact 4. This one will come as a shock to many people. Unless I’ve missed something, there is no major farm product as environmentally damaging as organic, pasture-fed beef. Here’s the reasoning: 🧵
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Build more houses, the prices go down... right? Wrong! This excellent piece lays that insidious myth to rest. It's based on #Canterbury but the principle applies across our region. Please read it and spread far and wide: bit.ly/3KT3Khb @CPREKent @CPRE @canterburycc
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Sometimes you get some good sights in farming
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A useful meeting with the Housing Minister this afternoon. The war in Ukraine must be a game-changer. Food sustainability is vital and we need our farmland to grow crops not to smother in housing. We are not going to become self-sufficient again using window boxes!
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The UKs response to Russians invasion of Ukraine 🇺🇦 A thread. Some are saying the UK isn't doing enough. So I'll let you decide for yourselves. The UK has been training Ukrainian troops since 2015. independent.co.uk/news/uk/ho…
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So everyone has been paying attention to Russia and Ukraine recently. But, in my opinion, there is a bigger strategic play going on by Russia. More significant. More long term. A thread.
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I can be a bit cynical, but I do wonder if a sea of regimented saplings coated in plastic, timber and cable ties really is the best thing for the environment in a field of unimproved chalk grassland?
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Just a PSA: cattle farmers ain’t feeding and bedding in this cold snap for you to put ketchup on your steak. There. I said it.
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In my lifetime we have seen atmospheric carbon rise by 50% We have also seen: World population ⬆️76% Cars on the road ⬆️225% Air passengers ⬆️575% Oh, and let’s not forget… worldwide cattle ⬇️ 5% Let’s act on on the true cause and not what the money “tells” us to do. #COP26
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