FWi launches new-look site

April 2009
Crops;4/18/2009, p27
Trade Publication
The article reports that after months of research and testing, a new look has been introduced for Farmers Weekly Interactive (FWi), creating an offering second to none in the world of farming on the web. The new look displays a much broader mix from breaking news and features, reports and advice and transactional options such as buying and selling second-hand equipment, searching for a job or property, or even testing knowledge with the e-learning academy.


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