First created in 1999, CPM (Crop Production Magazine) is the leading specialist journal for UK arable farmers and agronomists.
The magazine operates within a controlled circulation, with a readership including farm managers, agronomists, machinery dealers and other arable supply industry professionals. Beyond this, on farm, the magazine is frequently shared among farm staff and read by sprayer operators, tractor drivers, store managers, office staff and other key members of the team.
CPM is also distributed to agricultural universities and colleges, and research institutes, examined by some of the leading agricultural researchers in their field as well as the next generation of crop specialists.
But above all, the magazine is read by UK farm business owners – decision makers. Articles are mostly in-depth, analytical features that explore the issues behind a current problem or development, and aim to present new ways of thinking.
CPM readers are forward-thinking industry contributors, who wish to make a positive impact on UK food production. As a result, the magazine doesn’t seek to prescribe solutions, but instead inspire, stimulate and inform through editorial that’s interesting and enjoyable to read.
The magazine is proud to represent some of the most experienced agronomic, technical and machinery journalists, many of which have received British Guild of Agricultural Journalist awards for their CPM contributions.
The team works closely with companies that support CPM to gather inside knowledge on current technical issues that affect farmers and the wider food chain. Although small, CPM is managed by a driven team, responsible for delivering the sharpest insight and most relevant information across both print and digital formats.
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