About British Dairying

Today’s dairy-farming magazine for tomorrow’s successful dairy farmer

British Dairying was launched in 1994 by Malcolm Bridges and Barry Wilson following the deregulation of the Milk Marketing Boards in Great Britain. A publication designed specifically for the dairy farming industry, British Dairying set out to keep dairy farmers up-to-date with the latest technical, scientific and economic news from the sector every month.

Cover image of British Dairying August 2015 editionThe editorial team of Mike Green and Barry Wilson plus a number of regular contributors from across the sector have all helped to build the magazine into the valuable resource it is today for tomorrow’s successful dairy farmer. Since its inception British Dairying’s reputation has continued to grow and it now reaches more dairy farms in Great Britain and Northern Ireland than any other agricultural publication.

Because British Dairying provides such compelling reading and reaches such a high proportion of the dairy farming sector, it also offers unique opportunities for advertisers. The strong editorial content ensures excellent page traffic. Furthermore, British Dairying has the highest editorial:advertising ratio of all the ‘free’ agricultural publications and rarely exceeds 50%. This guarantees high visibility of advertisements and good prospects for high levels of impact.