2020 was clearly a difficult year for everyone and we want to thank our customers for their continued support during these unprecedented times. Here at T&J we have been able to continue working throughout the pandemic, with staff currently working … Continue reading
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Click here to download the latest in-depth analysis into this seasons mineral profile. Commentary and analysis from Dr. David Atherton, MD of Albion Laboratory Services and Thomson & Joseph Ltd
Please note that the office is open for business as usual as we are able to guarantee social distancing guidelines within the office. Please call or email us if you have any queries about sampling.
Here’s a look at the key headlines from our Grass Silage Mineral Bulletin 2019 – Macro-minerals unchanged over past 3 seasons except for electrolytes Electrolyte elements (Potassium, Sodium, Chloride) higher due to warmer Spring Soil contamination substantially lower, reflecting good … Continue reading
Recently we teamed up with Ivor Cummins, co-author of ‘Eat Rich, Live Long: Mastering the Low-Carb & Keto Spectrum for Weight Loss and Longevity’, on a presentation addressing the Irish Farmers Group. Here, Ivor discuses the importance of soil health, … Continue reading
On the 11th September 2019 we will be exhibiting at UK Dairy Day at the International Centre in Shropshire, Stand H115. Our CEO, Dr. David Atherton will be there to answer any questions you may have, as well as giving … Continue reading
Have a look at one of our bespoke reports highlighting the mean mineral values of grass silage in England over 2018/19.
David Atherton, CEO of Thomson and Joseph, outlines how he has helped pioneer a radical Soil Improvement Programme. Click here to view the article.
Please note that we have now amalgamated our compost and manure testing to be in line with the slurry testing. We now use the IO93 analysis across the board to analyse these – with Carbon testing being available upon request … Continue reading
Take a look at this weeks bulletin highlighting the importance of a well-treated slurry system.