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11 February 2016 17:15:06 | Finance,News,Produce
National Association of Cider Makers calls for 1.2p duty cut as UK cider market plummets

Representatives from leading drinks brands have called on the Government for greater support to help save the plummeting UK c...


11 February 2016 14:14:22 | Arable,Crops,Education,News
'Reform subsidies to sugar beet producers and support small scale farming' says report looking at ways to combat sugar problem

A new briefing paper published by the Food Research Collaboration (FRC) outlines six proposals for UK policy that could help ...


11 February 2016 13:01:27 | News
British flower growers struggle to compete with imports as Valentines day looms

British flower growers are urging romantics to celebrate Valentines Day by buying British blooms.The flower growing indus...


11 February 2016 12:54:49 | Agri Safety,News,Slurry and Irrigation
Farm contractor has lucky escape as birds drop dead from the sky while mixing slurry

A County Armagh farm contractor had a lucky escape while mixing slurry on Tuesday when birds in the shed dropped dead from th...


Antimicrobial resistance on the rise in the European Union

Bacteria in humans, food and animals continue to show resistance to the most widely used antimicrobials, says the latest repo...


11 February 2016 11:11:09 | Finance,News,NFU
Senior NFU officeholder to visit North Cumbria to listen to concerns over low prices and delayed payments

Farmers from all sectors of the North Cumbrian agricultural industry are suffering from either low prices or a delay in their...


11 February 2016 09:58:32 | Crops,News,Produce
Breeding wildness back into the humble tomato

Scientists have found that wild tomatoes are better able to protect themselves against the destructive whitefly than our mode...


11 February 2016 09:48:23 | Animal Health,News,Veterinary News
Views sought on possible 'tail docking' exemption for working dogs

A consultation on whether to introduce a tightly-defined exemption to Scotland’s dog tail docking ban has been launched today...


Flood affected farmers urged to submit Recovery Fund applications

Farming Minister George Eustice has urged farmers wanting support to restore farmland damaged by December’s storms to get the...


11 February 2016 09:31:41 | Finance,News
Ulster Farmers' Union calls for 'fresh thinking' by banks and other financial houses

The Ulster Farmers’ Union has used a Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) crisis summit to call for 'fresh ...


11 February 2016 09:22:19 | Finance,News
Welsh farmers facing 'extreme financial difficulty' whilst awaiting payments

The FUW has reiterated its concerns for the agricultural industry regarding the delay in issuing Basic Payment Scheme and agr...


11 February 2016 09:15:01 | Arable,Crops,Finance,News,NFU
Reality of National Living Wage impact on horticulture told to MPs

MPs have met with UK growers to hear directly about the potential impact that the introduction of the National Living Wage wi...


11 February 2016 09:07:24 | Machinery and Equipment,News
East Yorkshire machinery company avoids court over misleading sales

A director and sales executive of a business selling agricultural machinery have made a promise to trading standards officers...


11 February 2016 09:03:31 | Arable,Cereal,Crops,News
'Kranich’ yellow rust race detected in the UK for the first time'

The ‘Kranich’ yellow rust race has been detected in the UK for the first time and winter wheat growers are being advised to i...


11 February 2016 09:19:22 | Feed and Forage,News,Poultry
C M Varley & Co join Lloyds Animal Feeds

C M Varley & Co, the Darlington-based manufacturer of quality Animal Feed, are delighted to announce that they have joined Ll...


11 February 2016 08:57:59 | Arable,Cereal,Crops,News,Products
Triple-active brings effective weed management to spring sown cereals

With the reduction in available actives making grass weed control in spring sown crops increasingly difficult, Tower, Adama’s...


10 February 2016 16:55:56 | Agri Safety,Education,News,Shows and Events
Free University of Gloucestershire public lecture to look at Natural Flood Prevention

A public lecture at the University of Gloucestershire will discuss pioneering techniques to reduce the risk of flooding which...


10 February 2016 09:59:53 | Forestry,News,Shows and Events
UB40 announce West Country woodland gig as part of Forest Live

UB40’s three founding members will be making a triumphant return to Westonbirt Arboretum this summer as part of Forest Live, ...


9 February 2016 17:26:29 | News
Award-winning artist Mary Ann Rogers commissioned by the H&H Group to decorate Herdwick’s for charity

This week well known Northumberland artist, Mary Ann Rogers, has unveiled her painted sheep as part of the “Go Herdwick” char...


Spain | 11 February 2016
50 greenhouses damaged by hail

The hailstorm that took place on Friday last week in some parts of the region of Axarquia has caused damage of varying degree...


Cayman Islands | 11 February 2016
Thousands attend annual Agriculture Show

From the moment the gates opened at the Stacy Watler Agriculture Pavilion in Lower Valley on Wednesday, the produce market wa...


USA | 11 February 2016
Meeting at UGA aims to develop women agriculture leaders

Women from across the Southeast — and a few men — met in Athens this week to begin building a new generation of women agricul...


USA | 11 February 2016
Agricultural coalition applauds U.S.-Cuba progress

A coalition of America's leading agricultural organizations and companies dedicated to normalizing trade relations between th...


Canada | 11 February 2016
Agriculture industry betting the farm on innovation to boost yields, profits

The family farm is going high-tech.From robotic milking machines to data-gathering drones, industry watchers say technolo...


India | 11 February 2016
Natural agriculture: The man behind ‘zero-budget spiritual farming’

Subhash Palekar got to know that he was selected for the Padma Shri, while watching TV at a hotel room in Kakinada last month...


South Africa | 11 February 2016
Breeding wildness back into our fruit and veg

To biologists' surprise, an eagle population living in a South African landscape dominated by agriculture appears to be thriv...


Publish date: 11 February 2016
Ruminant Sales

De Lacy Executive is now seeking a candidate for a Ruminant Sales role to cover South West Scotland for a leading firm in the...


Publish date: 11 February 2016
Ruminant Technical Sales Specialist

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Ruminant Technical Sales Specialist to sell to and support farmers within the West M...


Publish date: 11 February 2016
Business Manager

A Business Manager is required to support the global business of an innovative company supplying new generation micro-ingredi...


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Technical Manager

A Technical Manager is required to provide technical support to the global business of an innovative company supplying new ge...


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Job for full time Cowman  >>>Carmarthen<<<

We are milking 150 cows, general farm work.


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Two Harvest Workers required on Arable Farm near >>>Peterborough<<<

Two Harvest Workers required from mid-July to early October for a family run 1300 acre arable farm in Cambridgeshire using mo...


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Harvest/Autumn work for a Skilled Operator.  Job on >>>Norfolk/Suffolk border<<<

Highly mechanised progressive arable farming company based on Norfolk/Suffolk border requires a Competent Machinery Operator ...


11 February 2016 | Crops | Viewed 2407 times
Sugar Shift: Six Ideas for a Healthier and Fairer ...

Proposals for UK policy outlined in new briefing paper, from Food Research Collaboration Paper outlines links between foo...


11 February 2016 | Property News | Viewed 2424 times
CAP: Investing in Rural Europe factsheet

To help the rural areas of the European Union to meet the wide range of challenges and opportunities that face them, the EU d...


9 February 2016 | Produce | Viewed 2068 times
The new EU promotion policy

European Union farm products are unique in their quality and diversity. In an open global market, merely producing excellent ...


8 February 2016 | Arable | Viewed 905 times
Report on the mid-term review of the EU's Biodiver...

Report on the mid-term review of the EU's Biodiversity Strategy by the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Fo...


8 February 2016 | Arable | Viewed 1038 times
Gleadell Market Report - Fertiliser 5th February 2...

Calum Findlay, Gleadell’s fertiliser manager, comments on the fertiliser markets


8 February 2016 | Crops | Viewed 1146 times
Gleadell Market Report - Wheat & Oilseed Rape 5th ...

David Sheppard, Gleadell’s managing director, comments on the wheat market


5 February 2016 | Arable | Viewed 2426 times
Seven Ways to Save Our Soils

Our soils are degrading, and so, therefore, is the long-term ability for farmers to keep up food productioni. Compaction and ...


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, ...


11 February 2016
Telegraph Outdoor Adventure & Travel Show 2016

The Telegraph outdoor adventure & travel show is the UK’s largest exhibition for adventurous people, taking place 1...


11 February 2016
Norfolk Farming Conference 2016

Hear from industry-leading speakers at the Norfolk Farming Conference. Bringing together agricultural experts, inno...


12 February 2016
British Shooting Show 2016

The 1st of April sees tickets go on sale for the 2016 show. The show will be at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire on Fr...


13 February 2016
February Frolics Lambing Event 2016

Come and see newborn lambs every day of this special lambing event with a fun-packed programme for half-term includ...


23 February 2016
NFU Conference 2016

The 2016 conference will be held on Tuesday 23rd and Wednesday 24th February 2016, at the International Convention ...


24 February 2016
BETA International 2016

This ultimate buying experience offers a world of opportunity for exhibitors and visitors from around the globe as ...


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Teagle 8080

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Pedigree Limousin Cattle

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2 Homebred Pedigree Aberdeen Angus Bulls

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Red Devon Heifers

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