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29 August 2016 07:47:49 | Finance,News,Produce,Rural Life,Supermarkets
92% of shoppers said food companies should ensure food production is fair and sustainable
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92% of shoppers said food companies should ensure food production is fair and sustainable

Survey shows majority of British people want farmers to be paid a fair price

29 August 2016 07:47:49 | Finance,News,Produce,Rural Life,Supermarkets

A new survey has revealed that the vast majority of British consumers believe it is the responsibility of businesses and the ...


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Scotland to host a series of summits to discuss investment and actions in the agricultural industry

Series of summits planned to drive forward Scottish rural economy

28 August 2016 07:34:21 | News,Produce,Rural Life,Shows and Events

A series of summits to drive forward the rural economy; discuss investment and consider Scotland’s role in the EU will be hos...


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Sheep moving onto a ship for export

Day of action against long distance animal transport sees organisations unite

27 August 2016 11:52:53 | Animal Health,News

The Green Party will be speaking at the first ever global day of action against long distance live animal transport, 'Animals...


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Call for ongoing dialogue as Land Reform Act takes shape

'Land Reform Act passage has been an unsettling time': Calls for ongoing dialogue as Act takes shape

27 August 2016 07:48:54 | News,Property News,Rural Life

The Scottish farming sector is urging legislators to continue to consult with farmers and crofters as the Land Reform Act con...


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As a precaution, warning signs were erected at nearby Par Sands

Farmer fined £9000 for polluting stream with slurry

26 August 2016 15:43:11 | Finance,News,Renewables,Slurry and Irrigation

A farmer has been ordered to pay £8,957 in fines and costs for polluting a stream near a popular Cornish holiday beach.On...


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The size of the agricultural labour force decreased by 1% per cent from the previous year to 47,400

Cash flow pressures prompt NI farmers to leave industry

26 August 2016 15:38:25 | Finance,News,Property News,Rural Life

Around 600 farm workers have left the agriculture industry in Northern Ireland over the past year, new figures show.The s...


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First Milk announces 3rd milk price increase in a row

First Milk increases September milk price by 1.25ppl

26 August 2016 14:49:34 | Dairy,Finance,News

First Milk has announced that it will increase its September milk prices by up to 1.25ppl.In a letter to members today, c...


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Farmer injects dry cow therapy into cow

Cattle farmers asked to assess antibiotic use in major national survey

26 August 2016 12:17:55 | Animal Health,Cattle,News

All cattle farmers are being asked to help compile an accurate assessment of antibiotic use within their herds in a major nat...


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Over €30 million will be dedicated to assisting farmers in the UK

Details of 500m euro aid package for struggling dairy farmers finalised

26 August 2016 11:59:50 | Dairy,Finance,News

The precise details of the 500 million euro aid package for the dairy and other livestock sector announced by Commissioner Ph...


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British Sugar said they were looking for new growers for their £22/tonne guaranteed minimum price contracts

New contracts seek security for beet growers

26 August 2016 09:54:52 | Arable,Crops and Cereals,Finance,News

British Sugar and NFU Sugar have announced the sugar beet contract terms for next year heralding a 'new era' with both one an...


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High carbon dioxide spring, with tower for measuring the concentration

Plants adapting to increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide

26 August 2016 09:38:06 | Arable,Crops and Cereals,News

Plants are adapting to increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide according to a new study from the University of Southampton....


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Poster and video contest asks children from around the globe to use their creativity to explore the 2016 World Food Day theme

Worldwide contest asks children to design poster to highlight risk of climate change to food security

26 August 2016 08:15:57 | Education,News,Shows and Events

A globe-spanning video and poster contest is asking the world's children to help highlight how climate change is making the t...


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2015 Potato Industry Award winner, Nick Vermont, McCain GB

New honour launched on 20th anniversary of Potato Industry Award

29 August 2016 12:06:46 | Crops and Cereals,News,Shows and Events

2016 marks the twentieth anniversary of the highly coveted Potato Industry Award, to be presented to a new winner at the AHDB...


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Primary P OSR

N and P for oilseed rape establishment

27 August 2016 12:00:10 | Crops and Cereals,News,Top Tips

In the last few years it has become increasingly apparent that the concept of placing the autumn N and P fertiliser alongside...


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OSR trial driling

Scottish field scale trial shows SY Harnas top performing hybrid for the region‏

26 August 2016 09:47:41 | Arable,News

Syngenta oilseed rape variety, SY Harnas, delivered 23% higher than average yield, compared to all hybrids in a Scottish on-f...


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UAV Octocopter

New Open Innovation event will shape the agri-food industry

26 August 2016 09:41:18 | News,Shows and Events

Open discussion and innovative thinking are the key to shaping a viable food and farming industry, and a new annual event aim...


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Nairn Glen, Chairman of Somerdale International; Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Somerset Mrs Anne Maw; Stephen Jones. Director and co-founder of Somerdale International and Ernie Waldron Director and co-founder of Somerdale International

Leading exporter of British cheese Somerdale international presented with Queens Award

26 August 2016 09:29:58 | Dairy,News,Shows and Events

Somerdale International has been presented with its Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade by Her Majesty’s Lord...


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Canada
| 26 August 2016

If differences of opinion over food safety practices are not resolved, the big promises of a new European market for Canadian...


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India
| 26 August 2016

A government panel has cleared commercial use of what would be India's first genetically modified (GM) food crop, but politic...


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USA
| 26 August 2016

Moving to bolster dairy farmers who are struggling to cope with price declines, the Agriculture Department announced Tuesday ...


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France
| 26 August 2016

A meeting between Europe's largest dairy group Lactalis and French milk producers requesting a rise in prices ended in a dead...


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USA
| 26 August 2016

California's prolonged drought is forcing Central Valley farmers to scramble for water to irrigate crops. They have to be cre...


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New Zealand
| 26 August 2016

A rise in the forecast farmgate milk price will rake in $427.5 million for Northland dairy farmers this season - $45 million ...


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Machinery operator required for large cropping farm on the South Island of New Zealand 45 minutes from Christchurch and 1 hou...


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Job in  >>>New Zealand
Publish date: 29 August 2016

Enthusiastic and conscientious shepherd required to join our team on a large upland farm. Enterprise runs 4,50...


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Job for Shepherd/ Stocksman Scottish Borders
Publish date: 28 August 2016

An exciting career vacancy has arisen for an experienced Ruminant Sales Specialist to enhance the North West team and grow a ...


De Lacy Executive
Ruminant Sales Specialist
Publish date: 28 August 2016

Our client seeks an ambitious manager with the potential to grow into a senior role and be involved with key commercial and p...


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General Manager
Publish date: 28 August 2016

De Lacy Executives client is a highly respected and successful manufacturer of ventilation equipment and systems, largely use...


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Technical Sales Executive
Publish date: 27 August 2016

Organic beef and sheep farm looking for a full time employee.  Duties to include winter feeding of cattle and sheep, all...


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General Farm Worker job responsible for tractor work on large Beef & Sheep farm  >>South West<<
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Defra report tracking the progress of the Natural Environment White Paper  published in 2011.


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Stephen Devlin, an economist with the New Economics Foundation, has said that the UK will need to make farming jobs more attr...


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Gleadell Market Report - Fertiliser 19th August 2016


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Gleadell Market Report - Wheat and Oilseed Rape 19th August 2016


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The first paper in CPRE's new Food and Farming Foresight series suggests that, following the EU referendum deci...


27 August 2016
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There's something for everyone in action - packed, great days out! All the shows are open from 10am until 6pm d...


Cheshire
Cheshire County Showground, Tabley
27 August 2016
29 August 2016

Country Fair with many Animal attractions, Reptiles, Terrier/lurchers, H&M Dog Display Team, Stunt Motorcycle Act


Merseyside
The Leisure Lakes, The Gravel, Mere Brow, Southport
28 August 2016
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The Edenbridge and Oxted Agricultural Show is the most spectacular August Bank Holiday day out in Surrey for the wh...


Surrey
Ardenrun Showground, Tandridge Lane, Lingfield
29 August 2016
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Burniston Show was first held as a Floral and Horticultural Society Show in 1888, and was funded by local farmers, ...


North Yorkshire
On the A165, North of Scarborough
29 August 2016
29 August 2016

The Glendale Show is the premier show in North Northumberland, and attracts 15,000 visitors annually with its huge ...


Northumberland
The Showfield, North Middleton, Wooler
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29 August 2016

The Aylsham Show is a traditional one-day agricultural show and, with an average attendance in the region of 18,000...


Norfolk
Blickling Estate, Blickling, Norwich
29 August 2016
29 August 2016

Reeth Show is a traditional Dales Agricultural Show and has always been a great family day out in the beautiful Dal...


North Yorkshire
Reeth, Swaledale

Kirklees College

BTEC Diploma in Countryside and Environment Level ...

Fascinated by British wild animals, stunning trees woodlands and fields of wildflowers? Want to learn more about th...


Sparsholt College Hampshire

Sheep Husbandry

This course covers basic flock management and husbandry. The content includes breeding, health programmes and gener...


Reaseheath College

Level 2 Diploma in Agriculture

This course provides you with an excellent foundation to start your career in agriculture. It’s ide...


Bicton College

Level 1 Diploma in Land-Based Studies

Level 1 Land-Based Studies in Agriculture is a foundation programme aimed at individuals with a keen interest in th...


Plumpton College

Sheep Handling

This course will cover handling techniques for foot trimming, selection of ewes, injecting, and routine welfare and...


Easton & Otley College

Advanced Apprenticeship in Game and Wildlife Manag...

Course Summary This programme combines sound understanding with technical skills, building on the game keeping ...


Hartpury College

Grandfather Rights for Pesticide Use

Current regulations allow ‘grandfather rights’ until November 2015.  Under new legislation a forma...


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UK Dairy Day 2016

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Dedicated annual one-day event for the dairy industry, held on Wednesday 14th September 20...
The International Centre, Telford, Shropshire, TF3 4JH
The International Centre, Telford, Shropshire, TF3 4JH

BFREPA Conference and AGM 2016

23/11/2015 23/11/2016
The BFREPA Conference is the largest of it's kind in the UK with between 500 to 600 produc...
The National Motorcycle Museum, Coventry Road, Hampton in Arden, Solihull, B92 0EJ
The National Motorcycle Museum, Coventry Road, Hampton in Arden, Solihull, B92 0EJ

CropTec 2016 - Tuesday 29th - Wednesday 30th November

29/11/2016 30/11/2016
Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th November
East of England Showground, Oundle Rd, Alwalton, Peterborough PE2 6XE
East of England Showground, Oundle Rd, Alwalton, Peterborough PE2 6XE

LAMMA 17

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LAMMA the UK’s largest farm machinery, equipment and agricultural services show
The East of England Showground, Peterborough, PE2 6XE
The East of England Showground, Peterborough, PE2 6XE

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22 August 2016
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Current pig prices are ‘very encouraging’ according to pig farmer Richard Longthorp.The former chairman ...


18 August 2016

Organic food enjoying resurgence

The organic food sector is enjoying a resurgence.Organic meat, in particular, is proving increasingly popular, follo...


15 August 2016

Priestner on Cage Free

The chairman of the NFU Poultry Board says the egg industry has been thrown into uncertainty by the cage-free commitment...


11 August 2016

First field test of robotic farm hand SwagBot

Meet SwagBot.He has successfully demonstrated the ability to operate in the rugged cattle station environment.Fu...


11 August 2016

Brexit affects growers labour needs

Access to the foreign labour market is critical, according the chief executive of the British Growers Association, Jack ...


East Links is a farm themed activity park that brings out the child in all ages! Here you can enjoy a train saf...


Our Farm Park Visitor Centre is located near Thirsk in North Yorkshire and is in the heart of Herriot Country and o...


Experience hands on animal encounters on our traditional working farm, hitch a ride in our 4 x 4 Adventure Experien...


Here at Matlock Farm Park, we are open all year round and hope to give you a wonderful visit in the fresh air and t...


Rays Farm is a special place to bring the family and enjoy a relaxing day in a little bit of Shropshire’s finest co...


Based in Dorset, The Udder Farm Shop offers food and traceable products sourced locally in their coffee shop, farm ...


We are a family run business that endeavours to offer a wide selection of quality, fresh, locally sourced, seasonal...


In the shop we have a carefully selected cheese display which boasts the best of the region with some cheeses caref...


Scaddows Farm is located in beautiful countryside on the A514 between Ticknall and Hartshorne in South Derbyshire....


At Heald Green is where the Beef Suckler Herd is kept.That means the calves are born here and suckle their mothers ...



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