25 May 2015 | Online since 2003

22 May 2015 | Cattle,Dairy,Finance,News,

Arla milk price cut is 'yet another major setback'

22 May 2015 | Dairy,News,Shows and Events,
Livestock Event: two live robotic dems - for dairy and beef

Livestock farmers will be able to find out more about robotics by visiting two live demonstrations staged at the Livestock Ev...


22 May 2015 | News,NFU,
Wales Water Conference told of RDP’s real potential

Wales’ Rural Development Programme (RDP) offers real potential to drive improvements in water quality but only if the measure...


Leading animal welfare scientist presented with top award

One of the UK’s leading experts on animal behaviour has been presented with a prestigious award in recognition of his contrib...


22 May 2015 | News,Produce,
Eastern counties' potato industry gather to debate issues

AHDB Potatoes’ recently appointed technical executive, Jenny Bashford, has been working closely with leading Lincolnshire pro...


22 May 2015 | News,Sheep,
NSA provides ‘next piece of the puzzle’ for young sheep farmer in Kent

With big business ambitions and an expanding flock, young sheep farmer Harry Frederick will be putting the top prize in an NS...


Sheffield’s ‘Superfresh’ milk producer invests in processing – and new McCormick tractor

A Sheffield dairy farm known for the eye-catching ‘Our Cow Molly’ branding of its milk processing business is among the first...


Large crowd attends Shropshire farm dispersal auction

A large crowd attended a farm dispersal auction near Shrewsbury on Saturday following the retirement of the owner.

The auc...


Get more UK produce in Tesco stores, Lochhead urges

Food Secretary welcomes Tesco’s £2.1 billion worth of sales of Scottish produce.

Scotland’s Food Secretary Richard Lochhea...


India buying Australian wheat amid damaged crops

Soycomplex

Beans continue to grind a little lower on good planting progress and a non-threatening Midwest weather forecast...


US wheat futures rose anew heavy rains of 'biblical proportions'

EU grains closed mostly higher, as US wheat futures rose anew as heavy rains of "biblical proportions" batter US winter wheat...


22 May 2015 | News,Shows and Events,
Cereals 2015: New conference format

A revamped conference programme at Cereals 2015 will provide growers with key information on some of the hottest topics in th...


22 May 2015 | News,
AIC welcomes new guidance on safe securing of loads

The Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC) has welcomed the Department for Transport’s updated guidance on safe securing...


22 May 2015 | Cattle,Dairy,Finance,News,
Arla milk price cut is 'yet another major setback'

Arla has announced that it will cut the price it pays to its UK members by 0.84p from May 25 taking their standard litre pric...


Vintage tractors on display at South-West festival

July 31st, August 1st & 2nd 2015 will see the Stroud Vintage Transport & Engine Club (SVTEC) stage their 41st Annual Show at ...


21 May 2015 | News,
New initiative aims to cut alarming calf losses due to disease

Beef Expo saw the launch of a major new industry-wide initiative aimed at improving the health of the nation’s youngstock.
...


21 May 2015 | Arable,Cereal,Crops,Finance,News,
Why online BPS claims can’t come soon enough

As inspections start and the 15 June deadline for Basic Payment System (BPS) claims looms, online claims may still be a long ...


New government must hold its nerve and 'roll out badger cull', says CLA President Henry Robinson

Ministers must 'hold their nerve' and deliver on the strategy for tackling bovine TB which 'must include the roll out of the ...


21 May 2015 | Cattle,Dairy,Finance,News,
Dairy Crest profits plummet as dairy market difficulties continue

Pre-tax profits at Dairy Crest have plummeted by 59 percent as its milk operations continue to suffer from market difficultie...


21 May 2015 | Arable,Cereal,Crops,News,NFU,
Farmers urged to take part in rural crime survey

Farmers are being urged to take part in a new survey aimed at assessing policing and the problem of crime in rural areas.

...


Grain traders 'keeping an eye on Russia'

EU grains closed mixed with May 15 London wheat down GBP0.35/tonne at GBP109.70/tonne, Sep 15 Paris wheat was EUR2.25/tonne f...


India | 22 May 2015
Rising India's farmers selling children to survive

While the Indian government and Ministers are claiming of making the country an economic power of the 21st century, its toili...


USA | 22 May 2015
Drought conditions threaten crops on some Maine farms

At the Chipman Farm in Poland, Doug Chipman said normally at this time of year his vegetable fields are too wet and too muddy...


Canada | 22 May 2015
Agriculture minister hopes U.S. will repeal meat label requirements

Canada’s agriculture minister reiterated his position on U.S. meat label requirements Thursday, after the World Trade Organiz...


Australia | 22 May 2015
Hunter Valley flood damage tops 100m just for agriculture

The damage bill for agriculture in the devastating floods and storms in the Hunter Valley last month is now over $100 million...


Australia | 22 May 2015
Agriculture department on defensive over Vietnam cattle

Fresh claims Australian cattle are being slaughtered with sledgehammers in Vietnamese abattoirs are linked to reports from Ma...


France | 22 May 2015
German, French experts help Iran agriculture

Representatives of German and French agricultural industries are in northeastern Iran to discuss transfer of technology and e...


China | 22 May 2015
China does an about-face on GMOs

The Chinese have long been wary of genetically modified organisms, grown from seeds designed to yield plants more resistant t...


24 May 2015
Pickers/Packers

Can you get to Rougham between the hours of 2pm - 10.30pm?Are you available for an immediate start?Do you have previous exper...


24 May 2015
Nursery Supervisor

Are you looking for a fresh start? Want regular training opportunities? Do you want to work for a growing company who are ded...


24 May 2015
Deputy Nursery Manager

My client is a very friendly and professional Early Years Childcare provider with a number of nurseries around the South of E...


24 May 2015
Nursery Manager

My client is looking for a very capable and dedicated manager to lead their nursery in TorquayThe role of the Nursery Manager...


24 May 2015
Agriculture Graduate Gloucestershire

Agriculture Graduate - £ 20, 000 to £ 24, 000 The company is focused on assisting farmers in practical ways . Nat...


23 May 2015
Nursery Manager/ Deputy Manager

Are you looking for new challenge? Are you Nursery or Deputy Manager looking for a permanent position in local nurseries?We a...


23 May 2015
Legal Secretary - Agriculture

We are looking for an experienced Legal Secretary to join a well-known company in Cambridge city centre. You will have proven...



18 May 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 281 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 452 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 527 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 983 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 1177 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...


24 April 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 522 times
SEPRA Market Report - 24th April 2015

The market is still holding up not too badly a lot more Free Range about but they are finding a home.
The good weather that ...


20 April 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 593 times
SEPRA Market Report - 17th April 2015

Apologies for no report last week, the office was in the middle of the Irish Sea off the Welsh coast on board the Tall ship L...



20 January 2016
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

TBA October 2015


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...


Featured Shows

Cereals is the leading technical event for the UK arable industry.
Think it's just cows and combine harvesters? It isn't!
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...
Join us at THE specialist arable event on Tuesday 24 & Wednesday 25 November, 2015
23 May 2015
Chicago Reports

22/05/15 -- Soycomplex: Beans closed lower on the day, and for the week, setting fresh contract...


23 May 2015
EU Reports

22/05/15 -- EU grains closed mostly lower on the day, but mostly with some fairly decent gains ...



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22 May 2015 | Northumberland £299,000.00
Waterholme Garth

Grade II listed, 4/5 bedroom barn conversion with stunning views.
EPC Rating: F.

A st...

21 May 2015 | Worcestershire £740,000.00
Hollymount House

A perfect hilltop rural retreat standing within 13.43 acres with far reaching views

Per...

21 May 2015 | Worcestershire £680,000.00
Cotswold House

Spacious 1930's detached house set in large gardens and located on premier road

· Entra...

20 May 2015 | Cheshire £695,000.00
Dyers Farm

A Jacobean timber-framed Grade II Cheshire farmhouse and linked 3 bedroom Coach House set ...

20 May 2015 | Buckinghamshire £575,000.00
Bramble Barn

Bramble Barn is a highly attractive and substantial barn conversion, with stone outbuildin...

19 May 2015 | Staffordshire £620,000.00
Billington

An individual detached residence with planning permission for alteration and extension to ...

19 May 2015 | Nottinghamshire £650,000.00
North Wheatley

74.38 acres of Grade 3 arable land.

A useful block of productive Nottinghamshire arable...

22 May 2015 | Kent £3.00
Chinese painted quail chicks

Chinese painted quail chicks for sale, £3 each or all 11 for £25.
These adorable little ch...


22 May 2015 | Not specified £25,450.00
HORSCH PRONTO 6 metre DC, 2006,

Machinery,Drills,Horsch


22 May 2015 | Not specified £6,950.00
SIMBA SOLO 300R, 3 metre, ProLift,

Machinery,Disc Harrows / Min Till,Simba


22 May 2015 | Not specified £4,950.00
KVERNELAND EG85/160, Auto Reset 4 furrow,

Machinery,Ploughs,Kverneland


22 May 2015 | Not specified £3,450.00

22 May 2015 | Not specified £5,650.00
CHIEFTAIN 16 tonne Dump Trailer,

Machinery,Trailers,CHIEFTAIN


22 May 2015 | Not specified £1,750.00
ACCORD DT Airseeder 6 metre,

Machinery,Drills,Accord


28 January 2010 | Powys £250-£900
The Barn at Hall Farm

Set in Black Mountains overlooking Usk Valley and part of the Brecon Beacons National Park...



9 February 2010 | Wiltshire £35-£50
Lovett Farm

Lovett Farm is a working farm that has been in the family for four generations. We have ca...



31 March 2010 | Hampshire £275-£675
The Old Dairy

The Old Dairy is a 4-star holiday cottage, tucked away in the Hampshire countryside on the...



9 February 2010 | Cornwall £31-£55
Bokiddick Farm

The warmest of welcomes awaits you at our 180 acre farm, where we keep Holsteins and beef ...



9 March 2010 | Dorset £25-£35
Lower Fifehead Farm

Come and stay with us on our 400 acre dairy farm, relaxing in lovely picturesque North Dor...



9 February 2010 | Wiltshire £75-£115
Beeches Farmhouse Farmyard B&B

The Beeches farmhouse luxurious b&b, bed and breakfast accommodation in
Bradford on Avon...



5 February 2010 | Pembrokeshire £32.50-£45
East Hook Farmhouse

Bed & Breakfast in our Pembrokeshire Farmhouse is a calming experience as you can see from...



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