Entries by Emily Stillwell

Grassland & Muck 2020 moves to Ragley Estate

The RASE is delighted to announce that Grassland & Muck, the UK’s number one working machinery event, is moving to a new location in 2020, giving it a fresh new feel for exhibitors and visitors alike. The triennial event, which in 2017 welcomed over 11,000 visitors and hosted 279 exhibitors across the 190-acre site at […]

And the Champions of 2018 are…

The Society is very proud of the Awards Programme presented each year and it continues to be greatly valued by the Industry. We are delighted to announce the champions of the 2018 Awards as follows: Bledisloe Gold Medal for Landowners – Dawnay Estate, Yorkshire National Agricultural Award – Caroline Drummond MBE, LEAF Excellence in Practical […]

Annual General Meeting

The RASE AGM will be held on  Thursday 3rd May 2018 at 2.00pm It will be held in the Council Chamber, Arthur Rank Centre, Stoneleigh Park. Please notify us of any AOB  by 23rd April 2018. All members are welcome to attend, however, places are limited. If you do wish to attend please reserve your […]

RASE Research & Technology Awards 2018

Request for Applications/ Nominations The Society continues to recognise the important work being undertaken in the UK for science and technology and we are delighted to announce the 2018 call for entries is now open for our Research & Technology Medals. The Research Medal is presented for research work of outstanding merit carried out in […]


Henry Cator retires as RASE Chairman It is with heartfelt gratitude that we pay tribute to our retiring Chairman, Henry Cator for the sterling leadership he has bestowed upon the Society during his time as Chair. Henry’s dedication and determination have made a significant difference to the Society during challenging times and without Henry’s vision, […]

Grassland survey shows science pays

Farmers are taking a more measured and scientific approach to their grassland, leading to reduced fertiliser usage, but there is still plenty more that they can do, according to new survey results. Organised by the Grassland & Muck Event, the survey reveals that more farmers are analysing their soil and manure than ever before, with […]