World News: United Kingdom
Questions have been raised over the route of the proposed new A8 Larne to Belfast road.
Some of the most valuable sheep in Fermanagh are to undergo retina scanning in a bid to protect them from rustlers.
Arctic conditions which brought heavy snowfall and gale-force winds sweeping across Yorkshire left tens of thousands of homes without power and wreaked havoc on farms in the region.
Calls for farmers to plant trees to reduce the risk of crops being affected by drought conditions have been made.
Eleven farms in Devon and Cornwall have now recorded cases of the Schmallenberg virus - the disease which causes birth defects and miscarriages in livestock.
An outbreak of bird flu in west Cork is not the deadly strain that threatens human health, final tests...
Six executives employed by the Government department charged with reviving the flagging farming industry are paid more than the Prime Minister.
A farmer’s son who was "promised" ownership of the family’s ’1.2m farm in Derbyshire has lost his appeal over being left out of his father’s will.
One Monday morning in September last year, Ron Fouchier, a virologist at the Erasmus medical centre in Rotterdam, stood at the Intercontinental...
Grains futures mostly fell Wednesday on the Chicago Board of Trade.
Animal welfare inspectors have carried out checks on livestock being exported from the Port of Ramsgate in Kent.
Dozens of sheep belonging to the same farmer have been stolen in two separate thefts in East Lothian.
Kent now has more cases of a killer virus wiping out sheep and cattle than anywhere else in Britain.
Scientists and research workers across Europe, including the world-renowned Moredun Research Institute, will combine in a three-year project aimed at producing new strategies to deal with increasing l...
Marshland farmers have heaved a sigh of relief after Environment Agency Wales (EAW) binned bills for drainage work.
FROZEN food business Birds Eye is believed to have been put up for sale by private equity firm Permira with a price tag of up to £2.5 billion.
Six executives in charge of reviving the flagging farming industry are paid more than the Prime Minister.
Restrictions on hundreds of Welsh and Cumbrian sheep farms dating back to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster have finally been lifted - 26 years on.
Last week I attended an excellent seminar delivered by Andersons, farm business consultants.
Controversial plans to impose heavy on-the-spot fines on Scotland’s salmon farmers for minor breaches of rules could lead to nearly 1,000 job losses and lose the sector £100 million, industry le...
3 rare breed cattle have been injured in a dog attack.
Pig producers from the United Kingdom were less than happy to learn from European Commission officials yesterday that fewer than half the member states will be able to comply...
Badgers on a Shropshire nature reserve are to be vaccinated in a bid to stop the spread of cattle tuberculosis.
Veterinary scientists at Moredun Research Institute and SAC hope that vets and farmers will help eradicate sheep scab by providing samples for a new early warning diagnostic test for the disease.
And although weather forecasters predict Shropshire could again go into drought this year, the county farmer is not panicking.
An estimated 30 percent to 50 percent of the food produced in the world goes uneaten and ends up in landfill.
Farms across Northern Ireland will be throwing open their gates this summer as part of the new Open Farm Weekend.
Farm owners are the latest group to emerge as apparent victims of the alleged mis-selling of the complex derivate products that produced large profits...
The Department of Agriculture is not ruling out a badger cull in Northern Ireland to help control the spread of tuberculosis amongst cattle herds.
The Northern Ireland economy may be struggling to regain traction but agriculture is one sector which is performing strongly.