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Welcome to the website of The Morley Agricultural Foundation, a charity set up to support farming in the East of England by funding agricultural research and educational projects.

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    Latest Reports

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    Welcome to The Morley Agricultural Foundation

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    Latest Farm Scale Cover Crop and Strip Tillage Report

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    Manor Farm, Morley

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    Over 100 years of Archived Reports

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    Harvesting Every Thing But The Trials

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    Berseem Clover Cover Crop

Latest Reports

Latest Reports

Latest reports and activites for TMAF & Morley Farms. More >
Archived Reports

Archived Reports

Thousands of archived reports dating back more than one hundred years. More >
Funded Projects

Funded Projects

Management of assets which generate income for the Foundation. More >
Applications

Applications

Become a friend of TMAF – We are actively seeking new supporters. More >

 

Welcome

The Morley Agricultural Foundation (TMAF) is a Registered Charity (No. 1097174) which specifically supports farming and agricultural research in the East of England. It was formed in 2003 and inherited its assets from the Morley Research Centre (originally known as The Norfolk Agricultural Station).

The need for independent unbiased research does not diminish even with the prospect of fewer acres being farmed and with fewer people employed. New, well proven techniques are needed to enable farmers to cope with new crops, new economic conditions and the implications of extensive new environmental regulation. In particular, TMAF funds research into arable crops and related education project in East Anglia.

FUNDING

Currently, The Morley Agricultural Foundation provides funding in two main areas:

Research Grants towards projects in agreed areas of arable farming research.
Educational Grants in support of further education studies in approved areas of arable crop production.
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In every aspect of agriculture good communication skills are essential. Eight agri-professionals – from research and from practical farming – explain how they’ve improved their skills in presenting, applying, taking pictures, being interviewed, making film and much more.

The training – which has run once a year for nine years – was supported by the John Forrest Award from The Morley Agricultural Foundation and the Felix Cobbold Trust. It was delivered by Green Shoots Productions.