News

 
25-11-2014 09:46 AM | Dairy Comment
Arla Foods announce further milk price cut
Arla Foods have announced they will cut their milk prices paid to farmers by 1.63ppl from December. This is the second cut the company have announc...
25-11-2014 09:30 AM | Arable Comment
Germany bulk of wheat business, Friday trade likely to be thin
Soycomplex Beans and meal drifted lower, despite strong weekly export inspections (again) for the former of 2.784 MMT and the USDA announcing 235 T...
25-11-2014 09:23 AM | Agri Safety Comment
Farmers warned of Christmas fraud risks
Farmers are being warned of the increased threat of fraud in the run up to Christmas as criminals deliberately target the agricultural sector. With th...
25-11-2014 09:20 AM | Grassland Comment
Grassland farmers 'must wake up to changing pesticide rules'
While many farmers who use professional pesticides on grassland are aware of the need to protect water, a significant number remain unaware of the imm...
25-11-2014 08:53 AM | Arable Comment
UK sowing conditions 'excellent', EU grains trade firmer
EU grains traded mostly firmer, doing their best to ignore weakness in the overnight US globex markets, possibly in the belief that European wheat pri...
25-11-2014 02:05 AM | News Comment
Partnership to explore solar farms and agriculture
Education chiefs have teamed up with the UK’s leading solar energy generator to spearhead a project aimed at exploring the relationship between solar ...
New Holland tractor plant welcomes Essex farmers
The New Holland Basildon Tractor Plant recently opened its doors and welcomed Essex farmers and invited guests as the county NFU branch marked its cen...
25-11-2014 01:39 AM | Finance Comment
Fraud costing UK produce £11bn a year
UK food and drinks companies are losing more than £11.2bn a year to fraud and error, according to a new report. The research reviewed data from 73 ...
Claydon to exhibit new Hybrid T drill at LAMMA 2015
Claydon Drills will exhibit the production version of their new Hybrid T drill for the first time at LAMMA 2015. Exceptionally versatile and flexible,...
25-11-2014 01:12 AM | Dairy Comment
UK dairy farmers need to build new markets overseas
Concerns with recent drops in farmgate milk prices and the volatility of global dairy markets came to the fore at a recent meeting of dairy farmers in...
24-11-2014 02:05 AM | Finance Comment
Farmers warned over tax implications of seasonal activities
Farmers, landowners and rural businesses are being warned to remember the tax implications of moving into other seasonal activities. • Letting lan...
24-11-2014 01:57 AM | Arable Comment
Arable challenges discussed at NFU conference
Arable farmers in Wales had the opportunity to learn more about overcoming some of the challenges facing the sector earlier this week, thanks to a joi...

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Agricultural News from Around the World

 
25-11-2014 01:06 AM
Russian watchdog bans imports of 8 Belarusian meat, dairy suppliers
Russia’s veterinary and phytosanitary watchdog has imposed an import ban on meat and dairy products supplies of eight Belarussian companies from Novem...
25-11-2014 01:03 AM
Japanese dairy buyers concerned over Australia China Free trade Agreement
One of Australia's major export markets has concerns about the new China free trade agreement. At a recent meeting in Japan, importers asked the Au...
25-11-2014 01:02 AM
Fonterra board director says milk price most competitive in history
Australian and New Zealand dairy farmers are now being paid the same price for milk as their major international competitors. Fonterra New Zealand ...
25-11-2014 01:00 AM
China’s largest dairy company opens NZ factory
China's biggest dairy company has today officially opened its $236 million factory near Glenavy in South Canterbury. The Yili group fully acquired ...
25-11-2014 00:59 AM
Israel warming to GMO crops as eco tech solution
Supplying food to a growing population without destroying the world’s ecological systems is one of humanity’s great challenges. Israel is helping deal...
25-11-2014 00:57 AM
Land grabbing, still a huge problem in Eastern Europe
The EU is currently witnessing a massive land grab, which has a direct impact on 25 million of its citizens, changing the way lands are being managed ...
25-11-2014 00:50 AM
Wisconsin dairy farmers to rake in big profits
The combination of record-high milk prices and record-low feed costs are creating profits for some Wisconsin dairy farmers that are six times higher t...

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Recruitment

 
24-11-2014 23:48 PM
Contract Piping Design Engineer
Experience within a Dairy, Food, Pharmaceutical or Brewery environment. We are looking for a Piping Design Engineer to be work for this leading proces...
24-11-2014 23:48 PM
Piping Design Engineer (P&ID)
Experience within a Dairy, Food, Pharmaceutical or Brewery environment. We are looking for a Piping Design Engineer to be work for this leading proces...
24-11-2014 23:48 PM
Store Manager
The successful applicant will take over the running of their Men’s & Ladies Retail Store at Clarks Village, Farm Road, Street. Street, Somerset BA...
24-11-2014 23:30 PM
Laboratory Technician
Dairy Industry or IANZ Laboratory experience advantageous. Goodman Fielder is Australasia's leading listed food company....
24-11-2014 23:30 PM
Assistant Herdsperson, Surrey
If you can pride yourself on stockmanship, enjoy being part of a team and want to develop your career within a progressive, secure dairy business;...
24-11-2014 23:30 PM
Assistant Herdsperson, Surrey
In addition to the excellent facilities and a first class work environment, the job also offers an attractive, recently redecorated 3 bedroom cottage ...
24-11-2014 23:30 PM
Working Farm Manager - Cambridgeshire
WORKING FARM MANAGER. Our client has built up a successful family farming business on good quality arable land utilising the latest technology to achi...

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Knowledge Centre

 
25-11-2014 | Poultry
Avian influenza (bird flu) Wild birds - biosecurit...
DEFRA's latest Avian Influenza Guidelines are now available to download.
21-11-2014 | Poultry
SEPRA Market Report - 21st November 2014
Prices in England are still spiralling up, there are virtually no spare eggs anywhere, we have had several comments of, if we had any spare eggs they ...
17-11-2014 | Poultry
Declaration of a Protection Zone and a Surveillanc...
The Chief Veterinary Officer has confirmed that highly pathogenic avian influenza is present in England. and has taken into account the criteria set o...
17-11-2014 | Poultry
SEPRA Market Report - 14th November 2014
The market is almost empty and that is before the Christmas demand really kicks in, marketeers whether mega or small are scouring the country for eggs...
17-11-2014 | Produce
Food and Agribusiness Survey 2014
Norton Rose Fulbright interviewed over 80 senior executives from organisations across the global food and agribusiness industry in order to identify o...
14-11-2014 | Dairy
UK wholesale milk production figures - October 201...
The United Kingdom wholesale milk deliveries totalled 1,155.4 million litres in October, the seventh month of the new milk year, figures released by t...
13-11-2014 | Renewable Energy
RenewableUK Small and Medium Wind Strategy
The current and future potential of the sub-500kW wind industry in the UK

Agricultural Shows and Events

 
25-11-2014 | St Johns Hotel, 651 Warwick Rd, Solihull, West Midlands
National Soil Symposium 2014
Our two-day event for progressive farmers and growers, offered practical advice on soil management techniques for improved plant nutrition and livesto...
29-11-2014 | Amsterdam RAI, Europaplein 22, 1078 GZ Amsterdam
CropWorld Global 2014
With more than 80 exhibitors including agrochemical manufacturers and distributors, leading seed and crop producers, biotech companies, research and m...
01-12-2014 | Royal Welsh Showground, Llanelwedd, Powys
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 Winter Fair has something to offer ev...
03-12-2014 | Truro Primestock Show, Lemon Quay, Truro, Cornwall
Truro Primestock Show
This is a popular occasion, bringing the countryside and farming into the heart of the City. You can see at close hand the very best of the Cornwall's...
06-12-2014 | South of England Showground, Ardingly, West Sussex
South of England Festive Food & Drink Fayre
Get into the Christmas spirit in style this December at our traditional Festive Food & Drink Fayre. Far away from the hassle of the high street, th...

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Markets

25-11-2014 09:19 AM
Chicago Reports
24/11/14 -- Soycomplex: Beans and meal drifted lower, despite strong weekly export inspections ...
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EU Reports
24/11/14 -- EU grains traded mostly firmer, doing their best to ignore weakness in the overnigh...
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24-11-2014 12:53 PM | by john tuck
Please Clued-Up could you supply the scientifically authenticated source of "Holsteins are genetically more vulnerable to bTB" than Friesians. Then ex...
Comment made on Abandon the badger cull plans, scie...
24-11-2014 10:28 AM | by john tuck
@ Clued-UP. THE SCIENCE that all the anti badger cull fraternity keep quoting is the Random Badger Culling Trials. There was (and still is) a strong s...
Comment made on Abandon the badger cull plans, scie...
23-11-2014 08:52 PM | by john wantling
All these comments concern the theory that bTB is an infectious disease but do cows and badgers actually suffer from infectious diseases? I hardly thi...
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22-11-2014 12:23 PM | by john tuck
Perhaps "Clued-Up" you would like to contact George Monbiot (born 1963) to find out exactly what testing and quarantine measures were relaxed in the 1...
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25-11-2014 08:50 AM | Essex £200.00
Large black sows
I'm reducing my herd and have 3 lovely friendly large black sows all born i...
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I have 2 x Speckled Sussex Pullet Hens (New Forest Poultry Stock) 24 weeks...
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We are selling our small flock of pedigree two horned Hebridean sheep which...
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Enjoy a peaceful break at The Byre, set on our organic working farm amid th...
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Tregiffian Farm
Tregiffian Farm
Derek and Vicki welcome you to Tregiffian - a traditional working dairy far...
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The Lookout
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The Lookout is an old World War II observation post that has been tastefull...
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