When Farmers Review was launched by Tom Nickerson, it was the first, innovative website dedicated to farmers and agronomists - and those providing goods and services to them.
When Farmers Review was launched by Tom Nickerson, it was the first, innovative website dedicated to farmers and agronomists - and those providing goods and services to them. Finally, the farming industry had a free weekly-updated, single source of the latest news and product information. Better still, it also included review from farmers who had tried and tested products and were happy to share their practical experiences with their industry colleagues. Tom has just confirmed a further expansion to the comprehensive information in each Farmers Review edition, further developing the rich content which has made the website such a hit.
The site attracted interest from the start and the genuine reviews sent to the site by farmers, for products as diverse as tractors and combines, crop sprays to seed varieties, provided important information - as well as creating an on-line farming community that could share knowledge and experience directly with each other.
The Farmers Review - www.farmersreview.co.uk - will now provide a new service so farmers with technical questions about machinery, seed, security or any other item of interest, can receive an answer directly from that product's manufacturer or supplier. On-page product information will also now include extra details from breeders to enable farmers to maximise potential and registered users will be able to collect all the product specification details they are looking for about whatever interests them.
Through a simple sign-up page, on-line subscribers can learn about industry innovations and options but also gain first-hand knowledge of how a product has worked 'on the farm', giving them reliable product information and experience-based reviews from those who had already used it. This unique approach has meant Tom Nickerson's Farmers Review has been hailed as the most extensive information resource available to farmers and their suppliers, with all they need online and in one place.
From articles to blogs, reviews to news, Farmers Review has established itself as a trusted, up-to-date source of information. Contributors represent a wide cross-section of the farming industry from around the UK but also with input from overseas.
In short, every type of information is available with a simple click of a mouse. Arable, Agchem, Machinery, Breeders, and Machinery - everything can be found on the Farmers Review site and it is this comprehensive approach that has secured its ongoing popularity and success. Go to www.farmersreview.co.uk to become a subscriber - there is even a category for 'enthusiasts' for those directly involved in the farming industry.