Farm Platform National Capability
One page flyers of Research and Technical case studies
Journal and Conference Publications
Current studentships and job vacancies available
User guides to the Data Portal data, case studies and published literature.
An Agri-Modelling Repository of Input and Calibration Data for temperate high rainfall grassland & livestock systems
This is an interactive tool that allow users to explore the time line of events on the NWFP
Live meterological data and catchment data trends from the last 30 days: Daily precipitation; mean soil and air temperature; flow rates and precipitation from the largest catchment on each farmlet.
If you wish to conduct a research project on the North Wyke Farm Platform, please complete the attached form in the downloads section and submit for approval.
The world needs innovative solutions for the sustainable intensification of its major agricultural systems. The North Wyke Farm Platform represents a large investment by BBSRC in the future, to not only study but also improve grassland livestock systems in a national and global research asset linked to real-world farming.
Our instruments and data collection techniques in greater depth
The provision of sufficient, nutritious food for the increasing world population, combined with efficient use of nutrients and minimal losses to the environment, was the persistent theme of the Agri-Tech Innovation Showcase at Rothamsted Research, North Wyke
The world class facilities of North Wyke Farm Platform will represent the grazing research centre of excellence in ruminants.
A new publication from Rothamsted Research has been produced that highlights key climate, pollution and biodiversity changes at North Wyke during the first 20 years of ECN monitoring.
Rothamsted Research North Wyke was delighted to host the first meeting of the North Wyke and Duchy College Research Advisory Group on February 15th.
We are delighted to announce that as from the 31st March 2016 the Farm Platform Data Portal site is now accessible to all.
6 MP's visited North Wyke for a tour of the Farm Platform and dedicated laboratories.