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Weather and feed costs denting farmer confidence

The effect of adverse weather conditions combined with concerns over feed bills have dented farmer confidence to invest according to a new survey. ...


28 November 2012 | Feed and Forage
Ufac-UK takes palm oil out of diets

Ufac-UK — the specialist feed supplements manufacturer — has announced that it has removed palm oil from over 90 per cent of its products. The UK g...


20 November 2012 | Feed and Forage,Finance,News,Poultry
Higher feed prices 'here to stay' says poultry chairman

The chairman of the British Poultry Council (BPC), John Reed, has warned that higher feed prices are here to stay. His warning came during a speech...


Feeding sows more efficiently

When someone mentions feed costs, thoughts typically gravitate towards what is happening in the finishing barn, simply due to the influence it has on ...


10 July 2012 | Feed and Forage,News
Lords accuses minister over EU fisheries reforms

The Fisheries Minister Richard Benyon is set to be questioned by a House of Lords committee on the way his department failed to keep Parliament inform...


Plant breeding must address food security challenges - Moore

Advances in plant breeding are essential to help address the challenges of global food security and can also be a significant contributor to UK econom...


Farm returns could be hit by euro uncertainty

Farmers have been urged to reassess their budget forecasts in light of the European uncertainty of the Euro and increasing pressures on costs. Spea...


13 June 2012 | Feed and Forage,News,Sheep
High sugar mixture provides boost for sheep systems

A new seeds mixture for extended grazing and comprising exclusively of the Aberystwyth-bred Aber High Sugar Grasses with a compatible white clover ble...


CAP reforms would damage UK competitiveness - NFU

Following a trip to Strasbourg to meet with key MEPs involved with the CAP reform process, farming unions have said the greening measures being propos...


Danish bid to revive GM cultivation plan fails

Attempts by the Danish Presidency to revive a European Commission proposal to reform legislation on approving GM cultivation applications have failed ...


GM wheat debate in depth

The open field GM wheat trial in Harpenden will go ahead after the police halted the planned destruction of the site on the 27th May. The protests ...


Efra report rejects 'green' CAP proposals

European Commission plans to oblige farmers to grow at least three different crops and meet various environmental standards, has been largely rejected...


PGRO Crop Market Report - 31st May 2012

Bruchid beetles have been very active in both winter and spring beans due to the high temperatures experienced in the last week. Winter beans are ...


Anitox establishes Chinese subsidiary

Anitox Corporation, a solutions provider to safer feed and food, has established a new subsidiary in China to develop and service the growing market t...


Farmers meet MEP over CAP and EID reforms

NFU officeholders have met with Welsh Labour MEP Derek Vaughan to discuss reforms to the Common Agricultural Policy and sheep electronic identificatio...



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