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26 February 2015 | Meat Processing

'Unacceptable' levels of contamination in supermarket chickens

26 February 2015 | Meat Processing
'Unacceptable' levels of contamination in supermarket chickens

73% of fresh chickens on sale in supermarkets in the UK are contaminated with the food poisoning bug campylobacter, according...


26 February 2015 | News
FDF to support UK's most promising food and drink entrepreneurs

The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) strongly supports Defra’s new Food Stars initiative launching today, which highlights som...


26 February 2015 | News
Bangers, spuds and toms – customers vote for local favourites in Producer of the Year Awards

Members and customers of the East of England Co-op have voted in their thousands to nominate their county champions in the Ea...


26 February 2015 | Machinery and Equipment
Mitas is releasing Powerpull tyre

At SIMA Mitas are launching tractor-pulling tyre Powerpull 30.5L-32 for competition and worldwide sales.

It is manufactur...


26 February 2015 | News
Supply chain alignment at Fruit Logistica 2015

At an event described as a “leading platform for innovation for the international fresh produce trade," by its organiser, Dr ...


26 February 2015 | Arable
NSA highlights cross-compliance penalties as CAP reform comes under scrutiny

The National Sheep Association (NSA) was heartened to hear Phil Hogan, EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development,...


26 February 2015 | Arable
Bayer CropScience launches new improved weed and pest app

A new mobile app that combines weed and pest identification with treatment information has been launched by Bayer CropScience...


26 February 2015 | Animal Health
Glasgow scientists tackle animal diseases with US counterparts

Scientists in Glasgow are working with colleagues at Kansas State University to tackle animal diseases caused by bunyaviruses...


26 February 2015 | Finance
Rural landowners call for Chancellor to reform compulsory purchase

An overhaul of the rules that govern how councils and infrastructure companies like HS2 Ltd can compulsorily purchase land is...


26 February 2015 | Arable
EU vote on biofuels ‘undermines food security’

The latest vote by the European Parliament’s Environment Committee signifies a bad day for sustainable biofuels and damages r...


26 February 2015 | Arable
Future government must back British farmers, says NFU President

The NFU has set out what it wants from the next elected Government, as five of the main political parties get set to take par...


26 February 2015 | Finance
British pig industry 'being sold short by Brussels'

The British pig industry has made huge strides in professionalism — but in some areas it is being sold short by Brussels, Nat...


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27 February 2015
Try the Dutch approach to dairy and use barns

New Zealand has developed a unique, extensive dairy system with a low cost price. The Netherlands has gained a reputation for...


27 February 2015
Property quarantined as dairy cow dies from anthrax

A dairy cow has died from the bacterial disease anthrax near Tatura in northern Victoria.

Victoria's Department of Economi...


27 February 2015
MPs call for reform of EU's 'flawed' rules on GM crops

Europe's approval system for genetically modified (GM) crops is "fundamentally flawed", say MPs.

The process assumes GM pl...


27 February 2015
Frack off our farmland, says Tasmania

Tasmania has taken decisive action on its burgeoning gas industry, banning fracking for five years, while controversy boils i...


27 February 2015
Filipino farmers locked in residency struggle

Residency decisions are locking Mid and South Canterbury's Filipino dairy workers into wage jobs and out of careers, advocate...


26 February 2015
Crop-raiding elephants bane of farmers

Elephants straying into villages and staying put in the farms for days has become a norm in Tumakuru district, causing much d...


26 February 2015
Regulating genome-edited crops that aren't GMOs

A survey of rice, wheat, barley, fruit, and vegetable crops found that most mutants created by advanced genetic engineering t...


26 February 2015
Account Manager

Our products are supplied into a varied range of industry sectors including construction, marine, agriculture and material ha...


26 February 2015
Band 6 Biomedical Scientist

All posts are based on the Chase Farm Hospital site but you may be required to work at other site on a rotational basis....


26 February 2015
Assistant Solicitor – Agriculture

Solicitor required for Lincoln firm within their Agriculture department. You will be working as part of a team that provides ...


26 February 2015
IFA Support Administrator

This heads down role will involve new business processing, compliance preparation, dairy management and general administratio...


26 February 2015
Commercial solar Project Manager - Jnr

Your role shall potentially involve work in relation to the application for planning permission for a solar farm....


26 February 2015
Band 7 Service Manager HPB Surgery

It comprises Barnet Hospital, Chase Farm Hospital, the Royal Free Hospital and more than 30 services in the community....


26 February 2015
Band 6 Biomedical Scientist

It comprises Barnet Hospital, Chase Farm Hospital, the Royal Free Hospital and more than 30 services in the community....


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The market appears to be hovering, demand has been much less than last week, shock effect of the credit card bills when consu...



23 May 2015
The Fife Show

The Fife Show is a traditional agricultural show of long standing and its principal aim is to give the public an op...


25 May 2015
Northumberland County Show

Come and join in the fun at Northumberland County Show with something for everyone.

Showing Classes for Cattle, ...


7 June 2015
Rutland County Show

The Rutland Show is an all round county show for the people of Rutland and the surrounding areas. It provides a uni...


31 May 2015
Cambridgeshire County Show

CAMBS COUNTY SHOW CELEBRATES 16 YEARS IN 2015

The Cambridgeshire County Show Committee would like to thank the g...


30 November 2015
Royal Welsh Winter Fair

Set in the heart of rural Wales and priding itself on being the best primestock event in the UK, the Royal Welsh Wi...


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24 February 2015
Chicago Reports

23/02/15 -- Soycomplex: Beans closed flat to with very small losses. The trade has been waiting...


24 February 2015
EU Reports

23/02/15 -- EU grains closed mostly lower on the day. The weak euro, against which the pound ro...



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26 February 2015 | Shropshire POA
Whitchurch

FOR SALE BY INFORMAL TENDER
A unique and rare opportunity to acquire development land in a...

26 February 2015 | Suffolk £675.00
3 Hereford X Heifers

Here I have 3 Hereford x Heifers for sale, around 18 months old, will make good replacemen...


26 February 2015 | Kent £500.00
Pedigree Dexter Bull

Short Red Dexter Bull. Born 1.11.13. Ready to Work. Very Friendly but not halter trained. ...


26 February 2015 | Somerset £50.00
12 glossy old spot weaners for sale

Born 1st Novembet 14, happy outdoor pigs. 6 gilts and 6 castrated boars. All have great ma...


26 February 2015 | Norfolk £17.00
Chickens For Sale

Chickens For Sale, Chickens For Sale... NOW AVAILABLE :- (In small Fowl)...Blue-laced Wyan...


26 February 2015 | Angus Price On Application
Polish Frizzle Roosters

Polish and Pekin frizzle bantam roosters with beautiful markings .They are 4 mths old,frie...


26 February 2015 | West Midlands £180.00
55 Aberdale in lamb ewes

Aberdale in lamb ewes for sale all scanned with 2's and 3's and due to lamb 2nd March. The...


25 February 2015 | Devon £800.00
Halter trained Devon heifers

Full pedigree Devon cows registered with DCBS.
Photos, referring to their ear tag number...


4 May 2010 | Northamptonshire £26-£28
Lilford Lodge Farm

Trudy and Dolf Dijksterhuis warmly welcome you to stay at their 300-acre mixed farm set in...



9 February 2010 | Derbyshire £75-£95
Dannah Farm Country House

Dannah Farm Country House, the ultimate Peak District Bed and Breakfast, offers beautiful ...



16 April 2010 | Cambridgeshire £310-£450
Papley Farm Cottages

Papley Farm has two cottages available and both are situated on Papley Farm, 1 mile from L...



5 February 2010 | Northumberland £37.50-£55
South Farm

A warm welcome awaits you from Margaret and Billy Cuthbert, your hosts at South Farm. We a...



5 May 2010 | Gwynedd £28-£40
Tyddyn Perthi Farm

Unique scenery greets you where the mountains meet the sea. Relax on the sandy beaches or ...



9 March 2010 | Somerset £37.50-£50
Blackmore Farm

Blackmore Farm Accommodation . . .

Step back in time at this unique Grade 1 Listed, 14t...



25 April 2010 | Staffordshire £24-£32
Brook House Farm

Brook House is a 250 acre stock rearing farm. Guests are welcome to watch the cows being m...



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