30 May 2015 | Online since 2003

British vets 'disappointed' at Eustice badger shooting plans

Poultry prices declining amid avian flu fears

The global case of avian flu has had a big impact on international markets.

The global trade streams and prices are expec...


British vets 'disappointed' at Eustice badger shooting plans

Badger culls in Somerset and Gloucestershire will be completed using both controlled shooting and cage trapping and shooting ...


28 May 2015 | Animal Health,Cattle,Dairy,News,
Keep cows sweet this summer – don’t underestimate energy needs

While more dairy cows are now housed at night, even during the summer, dairy farmers should grasp the opportunity to use the ...


Europe crop production prospects 'improving'

EU grains closed mostly lower, as the 2015 harvest draws ever nearer.

At the finish Jul 15 London wheat was down GBP0.70/t...


Corn market closes lower for third session in a row; US winter wheat unchanged

Soycomplex

Beans closed a little bit firmer, with the best gains at the front end. Meal posted decent gains, again with th...


28 May 2015 | Cattle,Dairy,News,
Cross industry group to investigate dairy downturn

A new cross-industry group is aiming to look at addressing volatility in the dairy sector.

Acknowledging that the current ...


Leading vet discusses management of cubicle beds for cow health

Moisture poses the biggest health risk to cows lying in cubicles and although cows can spend up to 14-hours a day lying down,...


Prepare for parasite control in the season ahead

Plan ahead for season-long control of parasites to maintain sheep, beef and dairy productivity, is the message in a new Seaso...


Farmers urge retailers to commit to Welsh lamb

Farmers in Anglesey are calling on retailers to commit to promoting their Welsh lamb during this year's peak season.

Durin...


28 May 2015 | News,Renewables,
More gas, less maintenance with Landia GasMix at leading Bioenergy Research Institute in China

One of China's key comprehensive educational institutions has installed Landia’s GasMix digester mixing system to test variou...


28 May 2015 | Machinery and Equipment,News,
McCormick crawler tractor prevents compaction

The McCormick name is well-known for its modern range of wheeled tractors – but seeing the name on the flanks of a tracklayer...


Scotch beef event highlights farmer struggles

A celebration of world-famous Scotch beef has been staged in Perthshire, organised by the Scottish Beef Association.

Whil...


28 May 2015 | Arable,Cereal,Crops,Finance,News,
Scotland's farm funding submissions reach half way

Scotland’s Single Application Form (SAF) submission tally is set to reach the halfway point this week, Rural Affairs Secretar...


Rush control on farms and crofts

SRUC’s Kirkton and Auchentyre farms, near Crianlarich, will host a Soil Association Scotland two-year trial to investigate an...


28 May 2015 | Meat Processing,News,Produce,
Call for agents and brokers to improve or leave the food industry

Agents and Brokers within the food supply chain may find themselves under the spotlight with the release of the new BRC7 stan...


28 May 2015 | Arable,Cereal,CLA,Crops,News,NFU,
Queen's Speech: What does it mean for farmers?

Rural business owners have committed to working with Ministers across Government to ensure the legislative programme announce...


US farmland market 'outperforming other real estate assets'

The US farmland market has outperformed other US real estate assets over the past 15 years recording an average total return ...


India | 29 May 2015
Farmers' interests will not be ignored

The government on Thursday assured farmers that it would go ahead with the controversial land bill only after incorporating t...


Russian Federation | 29 May 2015
Key Russian wheat export region hit by lack of rain

Farmers in Russia's Rostov region, one of the most important for wheat exports, face flat or lower wheat yields this year due...


Canada | 29 May 2015
Frost, dry weather hurts crops, worries local farmers

Frost and potential record lows in rainfall in and around Waterloo Region in May has some local farmers worried.

As of Thu...


Australia | 29 May 2015
Australian farmland values experiencing period of stagnation

A Western Australian farmland values index reveals a current period of stagnation, with an average annual growth of 0.5 per c...


USA | 29 May 2015
Agriculture: A sprouting industry for college graduates

For those interested in a career in agriculture, there is a job explosion on the horizon.

A report released by the U.S Dep...


New Zealand | 29 May 2015
Farmers face another tough year

Dairy farmers face two successive years of below-break-even payouts after Fonterra issued its forecast for 2015/16 yesterday,...


China | 29 May 2015
Deer farmers confident about velvet future in China

Deer farming was one of those money-making ventures that brought many an Australian farmer unstuck, but those that persevered...


Start Date: 25 May 2015
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Senior Adviser (Plant Health)

You will be educated to BSc degree level or above in agronomy, biology, ecology, agriculture or a similar subject....


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LGVC Driver

The Müller Wiseman network of dairies and depots is strategically located to allow us to be efficient in the job that we do a...


Start Date: 28 May 2015
Head of Agriculture

Head of Agriculture. Agriculture Lawyers with a network of contacts are also encouraged to apply for this role....


Start Date: 29 May 2015
Agricultural Machinery Sales Person

The successful candidate will possess a sound knowledge of Agriculture in the region, and preferably will have an Ag College ...


Start Date: 29 May 2015
Live-in CHEF to cook REAL FOOD

We expect our staff to immerse themselves into our "30 Mile Food Zone" and we encourage them to visit the farmers m...


Start Date: 28 May 2015
Sales Office Apprentice

Hoo Farm Industrial Estate. Answering the phone – dealing with enquiries and taking orders....



29 May 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 452 times
Avian Flu challenging global trade

The global case of avian flu has had a big impact on international markets.

The global trade streams and prices are expect...


26 May 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 156 times
SEPRA Market Report - 22nd May 2015

The market is quiet (one comment it is like February) but stable and looks like it is going to get very interesting, speaking...


18 May 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 367 times
SEPRA Market Report - 15th May 2015

The market, although a lot of prices are down consensus of opinion is that is it, there should be no further reductions and t...


8 May 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 505 times
SEPRA Market Report - 8th May 2015

The market is sort of static, no real change price wise, but there are eggs about now, hopefully the market will now steady a...


1 May 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 584 times
SEPRA Market Report - 1st May 2015

The market, it looks like English bank holidays are not too good for our industry as there are suddenly eggs available almost...


29 April 2015 | Forestry | Viewed 1055 times
Importation of logs to China jumped 76% in March

Log arrivals to China surged in March with an increase of 76% over the previous month.This came after almost a year of declin...


27 April 2015 | Forestry | Viewed 1262 times
Price discrepancy between hardwood and softwood ch...

The price discrepancy between overseas traded hardwood and softwoodchips was at its greatest in February 2015 when compared t...



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LAMMA Show

Welcome to LAMMA – the UK’s largest farm machinery, equipment and agricultural services show.

Held in January ea...


10 February 2016
Energy Now Expo 2016

Farming is one of the most energy intensive industries in operation today. As these energy costs continue to rise, ...


5 January 2016
Oxford Farming Conference

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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...


11 June 2015
The South of England Show

Throwing the spotlight on the best in British agriculture, equestrianism, horticulture, food and drink, country cra...


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Cereals is the leading technical event for the UK arable industry.
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Held early July each year, the Livestock Event is the leading B2B event for the UK livesto...
The 2015 CLA Game Fair at Harewood House, Leeds. 31st July - 2nd August
The BFREPA Conference is the largest of it's kind in the UK with between 500 to 600 produc...
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29 May 2015
Chicago Reports

28/05/15 -- Soycomplex: Beans closed lower, with the larger losses coming in the new crop posit...


28 May 2015
EU Reports

28/05/15 -- EU grains closed mostly higher. The day ended with Jul 15 London wheat up GBP0.60/t...



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29 May 2015 | North Yorkshire £430,000.00
Moody House Farm

• A tenanted upland Dales smallholding let by virtue of an Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995...

29 May 2015 | Northumberland £589,000.00
Land At Carterway Heads

Productive grassland with potential for arable conversion
90.64 acres (36.68 hectares) of...

28 May 2015 | Staffordshire £285,000.00
Lot 6 Dunsley Hall Farm Estate

35.64 acres of good quality fertile arable land known as 'High Lodge' some 2 miles to the ...

28 May 2015 | Worcestershire £495,000.00
Holy Acre Farm

A detached bungalow set in glorious countryside with a range of useful outbuildings and pa...

27 May 2015 | Essex £750,000.00
Lot 3 Nether Hall Farm

AGRICULTURAL LAND EXTENDING TO 29.83 HECTARES (73.71 ACRES)

27 May 2015 | Nottinghamshire £1,300,000.00
Land at Bunny, Nottinghamshire

LAND AT BUNNY, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

GUIDE PRICE £1,300,000

149.9 acres (60.67 hectares) ...

27 May 2015 | Warwickshire £675,000.00
Fairview, Mancetter

Fairview is located on the edge of the village of Mancetter and close to the vibrant marke...

29 May 2015 | Norfolk £40.00
Old English game bantams

I have a quartet of old English game bantams for sale, the girls are all laying well and t...


29 May 2015 | Leicestershire £10.00
Point of Lay Chickens For Sale

READY NOW TO COLLECT FROM THE 12/04/2015
18 Week Old Point of Lay Pullets For Sale. We se...


29 May 2015 | Norfolk £20.00
rare bread pigs

Hi we have a selection of rare breed pigs we are looking to give away some of our stock as...


29 May 2015 | Swansea £5.00
Call duck hatching eggs

6 mixed call duck hatching eggs for sale £5...the eggs come from the birds in the pictures...


29 May 2015 | Clackmannanshire £20.00
Soay Sheep

Small number of Soay Sheep for sale. £20 each. Collection Central Scotland. Please email f...


29 May 2015 | Suffolk £12.00
Pekin Bantams for Sale - various colours

Various colours of Pekin Bantams-lavender, silver partridge, cuckoo, chocolate, some frizz...


29 May 2015 | Ceredigion £50.00
Norfolk black Turkey s(three) a stag and two hens

A Norfolk black stag and two Norfolk black hen's. Proven breeder's quite tame kept as pets


24 April 2010 | Aberdeenshire £28-£48
Broadsea

Five miles from Inverurie, Aberdeen 20 miles away. Bennachie and forest walks are very clo...



28 April 2010 | Shropshire £20-£35
Clod Hall

With its views of Titterstone Clee (one of Houseman’s “blue remembered hills”) Clod Hall s...



9 March 2010 | Dorset £32-£55
Yalbury Park

Yalbury Park is an imposing Purbeck stone farmhouse, architecturally acclaimed, situated i...



31 March 2010 | Derbyshire £315-£1120
Upper Rectory Farm Cottages

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2 February 2010 | Derbyshire £270-£680
Cherry Tree Cottage

This was originally the haybarn and lies to the rear of the farm, across the farm yard.
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27 April 2010 | North Yorkshire £35-£42
Wood Farm

A warm welcome assured all year at Wood Farm in the peaceful countryside yet close to York...



5 February 2010 | Cheshire £20-£40
Manor Farm

Formerly a dairy farm, Manor Farm is set in the gently rolling Cheshire countryside with v...



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