Technical writing and agricultural journalism

Whether you're after technical writing services, a quality agricultural journalism resource, or engaging copywriting, Agro Mavens provides a service in the UK, across Europe and around the world.

With our agricultural journalism, you get clear and compelling copy. 

Agricultural journalism

In need of an article that explains a novel plant protection product to farmers, which enthuses rather than confuses? A neat summary of an anthelmintic research paper for the veterinary profession? How about describing the benefits of sensor technology to a dairy farmer? Or a summary of agtech developments from a conference?

Whatever kind of agricultural journalism, copywriting, editorial, feature writing, reporting, or comment, Agro Mavens knows the topic. We can write about it with confidence, authority or neutrality. Or all three.

Thanks to our strong track record and reputation with editors, we can make it score in the agricultural press, or the mainstream press.

Technical words for your audience; reassuring words for your shareholders; inspiring words for your employees.

What’s the subject? Crop production, biotech, animal health, farm power, or agritech? We take the technical aspects in our stride.

Agricultural journalism in multiple languages

And if you’re after a more comprehensive programme, there’s no need to worry about language. We can work with multiple languages. We’ll either use our professional translators, or select a native writer from our comprehensive global network.

For any subject, for any audience, Agro Mavens can deliver quality, comprehensible copy: copy that’s a rewarding read, with a valuable content.

If you’d like to know more about how our agricultural journalism services could help you in your business, we’ll be happy to hear from you. We can discuss your needs and propose some ideas. Call us on +44 20 3637 6636, or use our contact page to send us a message.

Biopesticides: a green alternative?

An article for Crops magazine, UK

agricultural journalism

This article appeared in Crops, a UK publication for the larger, progressive cereal farmer. Until it was replaced in the Proagrica portfolio by the Future Farming title, Crops enjoyed a five-figure circulation.

Written out of interest for the subject, rather than as a commission from a client, the article explored the then relatively new concept of ‘biopesticides’ – plant protection products derived not from laboratory synthesis, but from natural sources: animals, plants, insects, minerals or bacteria.

The article was the runner-up in the British Guild of Agricultural Journalists’ 2014 Yara Journalism Award.