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27 July 2016 16:33:03 | Finance,News,Sheep
27 July 2016 16:33:03 | Finance,News,Sheep

Scottish government to pay out £5.6m over next few days to support upland sheep farming

Payments under the new Scottish Upland Sheep Support Scheme (SUSSS) are about to start, Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing ...


27 July 2016 15:46:48 | Animal Health,News,Poultry

Clear product labelling 'crucial' as more retailers end sales of caged eggs

Clear product labelling will be crucial as more retailers announce that they will stop selling eggs from enriched colony cage...


27 July 2016 14:33:07 | Bees and Beekeeping,News

Two neonicotinoid insecticides may have inadvertent contraceptive effects on male honey bees

Two neonicotinoid insecticides may have inadvertent contraceptive effects on male honey bees, a new study from the University...


27 July 2016 13:00:29 | Dairy,Finance,News

Calls for urgent change to guarantee dairy farmers get their 'fair share'

Retailers and processors in the dairy supply chain are being called to ensure dairy farmers receive a fair share from the rec...


27 July 2016 13:00:14 | Finance,Government,News,Rural Life

Will Brexit hit Northern Ireland farmers hardest?

Farmers in Northern Ireland are anxious to work with their counterparts in the Republic to secure deals for exports after Iri...


27 July 2016 12:00:34 | Market Reports,News,Sheep

New report explains the economic, environmental and societal benefits of sheep in uplands

The National Sheep Association has released a special report to raise awareness about upland and hill sheep farming in the UK...


27 July 2016 11:16:24 | News,Poultry,Supermarkets

Egg producers 'need clarity' over retailers future cage-free plans, NFU says

Retailers who are stopping the sale of caged-eggs by 2025 must give their egg suppliers 'more clarity on timelines' and tell ...


27 July 2016 10:00:47 | Meat Processing,News,Organic

Sales of organic meat increases as research confirms it contains 50 per cent more Omega-3

Sales of organic red meat have increased following research confirming organic meat contains up to 50% more Omega-3 than non-...


27 July 2016 09:09:15 | Crops and Cereals,News,Products

Government rejects emergency application to control 'crop damaging leatherjackets'

The government has rejected an emergency authorisation application for the use of chlorpyrifos, applied by NFU Scotland.F...


27 July 2016 08:57:32 | Arable,Crops and Cereals,News

Winter barley begins 2016 harvest results: Overall yield average of 8.85 t/ha

Harvest results have started to come in from AHDB Recommended Lists (RL) trials, with trials in North Yorkshire, Lincolnshire...


27 July 2016 08:51:29 | Market Reports,Meat Processing,News,Pigs

UK supplies reducing due to improved balance of trade

Domestic pig production growth is expected to draw back in the second half of 2016, although still ahead of 2015 levels, AHDB...


UK could generate £35m due to US proposals to relax imports on British lamb, George Eustice says

The mission to get British lamb chops back onto American dinner plates has moved a step nearer, Farming Minister George Eusti...


27 July 2016 15:43:31 | Crops and Cereals,Education,News

Industry tour to inspire next generation of crop scientists

AHDB-funded PhD students will grow their understanding of the practical applications of science in horticulture at a series o...


27 July 2016 12:52:05 | Grassland,News,Top Tips

Proven varieties key to success of multi-species swards

Multi-species leys combining nitrogen-fixing and nitrogen-lifting pasture plants can offer significant benefits to sheep farm...


27 July 2016 11:33:50 | Crops and Cereals,News,Shows and Events

Pioneering SPot Farm hosts share new innovations

Hosts of the very first AHDB Strategic Potato (SPot) Farm opened their doors to over 100 industry peers in discussions of bes...


27 July 2016 10:23:31 | Dairy,News,Shows and Events

Cheese expert Nigel Pooley wins British Cheese Board award

Cheese expert Nigel Pooley has received The British Cheese Board (BCB) Nantwich Show Cheese Industry Award in recognition of ...


26 July 2016 15:49:48 | Animal Health,News,Shows and Events

Free on-the-spot analysis for silage samples at UK Dairy Event

AB Vista is offering free-of-charge, on-the-spot analysis for silage samples brought to the company’s stand (H102) at the 3rd...


Venezuela
| 27 July 2016

Venezuela to reassign private, public workers to agriculture sector

Venezuela on Tuesday said private and public companies will be obliged to let their workers be reassigned to grow crops, in a...


Ireland
| 27 July 2016

Ministers ‘keen to secure’ best post-Brexit Irish agriculture deal

In the wake of the Brexit vote, farming interests in Northern Ireland are anxious to work with the Republic to secure the bes...


USA
| 27 July 2016

Latest cattle reports hint at expansion slowdown

The July Cattle on Feed report confirms the feedlot situation continues to improve in 2016.That's the analysis of Derrell...


Australia
| 27 July 2016

Green tape strangling farmers’ ability to live off the land

The Productivity Commission released a report last week into the regulation of agriculture. It slammed over-regulation of the...


USA
| 27 July 2016

Democrats say they want to support farmers, but what the heck does that mean?

When the Democrats were drafting their platform earlier this month, Connecticut’s Gov. Dan Malloy asked if anyone would dare ...


Germany
| 27 July 2016

German dairy farmers struggle through milk slump

If you thought only Kiwi farmers were hurting from low dairy prices think again. Gerald Piddock visited Germany to find their...


Publish date: 27 July 2016

Pig Sales Advisor (Trainee Considered)

A Pig Sales Advisor is required for our client who has a first class reputation as an employer and as a supplier to pig and p...


Pig Sales Advisor (Trainee Considered)
Publish date: 27 July 2016

Advanced Trainee Ruminant Sales Specialist

We are seeking Trainee Ruminant Specialists to cover the South West. Our client is an ambitious and reputable agricultural co...


Advanced Trainee Ruminant Sales Specialist
Publish date: 27 July 2016

Ruminant Sales Specialist

We are seeking Ruminant Sales Specialists to cover the South West. Our client is an ambitious and reputable agricultural comp...


Ruminant Sales Specialist
Publish date: 26 July 2016

JCB telehandler Operator to stack straw bales...

Operator required for a modern JCB 535-95 telehandler.  You will be working with a large scale contractor base...


JCB telehandler Operator to stack straw bales & load lorries.  Job based in >>Hertfordshire<<
Publish date: 26 July 2016

Tractor driver for Harvest Staff required for 2016...

Positions will include operating modern JD equipment on a progressive forward thinking farm, farm duties as required througho...


Tractor driver for Harvest Staff required for 2016 harvest on a 700ha Estate in >>Cambridgeshire/East Northamptonshire<<  area
Publish date: 26 July 2016

Tractor/Telescopic Forklift Driver - Harvest job i...

Contractor looking for experienced tractor/telescopic forklift driver for stacking straw and loading lorries.  Experienc...


Tractor/Telescopic Forklift Driver - Harvest job in   >>Hertfordshire<<
27 July 2016 | Sheep | Viewed 3664 times

The complementary role of sheep in upland and hill areas

Sheep farming in UK upland and hill areas provides a wide range of public goods and services, from food production and enviro...


22 July 2016 | Arable | Viewed 1265 times

Gleadell Market Report - Fertiliser 22nd July 2016

Gleadell Market Report - Fertiliser 22nd July 2016


22 July 2016 | Crops and Cereals | Viewed 1320 times

Gleadell Market Report - Wheat and Oilseed Rape 22nd July 2016

Gleadell Market Report - Wheat and Oilseed Rape 22nd July 2016


20 July 2016 | Property News | Viewed 1765 times

CLA’s letter to newly appointed Ministers explaining need to meet ...

CLA’s letter to newly appointed Ministers explaining need to meet rural housing demands


19 July 2016 | Produce | Viewed 3885 times

Towards Sustainable Growth: Action Plan for Welsh Food and Drink I...

The Food and Drink Action Plan states an ambitions target to achieve growth for the sector of 30% by 2020.  In light of ...


15 July 2016 | Arable | Viewed 1158 times

Gleadell Market Report - Fertiliser 15th July 2016

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


26 July 2016

New Forest & Hampshire County Show 2016

Welcome to the New Forest and Hampshire County showThe New Forest & Hampshire County Show is over for another y...


27 July 2016

NSA Sheep Event 2016

National Sheep Association is an organisation that represents the views and interests of sheep producers throughout...


27 July 2016

Borrowby Show 2016

Borrowby show was first held in 1949, it is now a regular feature on the last Wednesday in July.Field classes c...


27 July 2016

Yealmpton Show 2016

One of Devon's biggest one-day agricultural shows set in a sheltered valley with superb scenery. Classes for cattle...


27 July 2016

Nantwich Show 2016

Tens of thousands of visitors braved the relentless rain but still enjoyed the return of the Nantwich Show.The ...


27 July 2016

Stranraer Show 2016

The Stranraer Show is one of Dumfries and Galloways most popular annual events. The show is organised and hosted b...


27 July 2016

Clogher Valley Show 2016

THE 98th CLOGHER VALLEY AGRICULTURAL SHOW WILL TAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDAY 27th JULY 2016 (ALL DAY) AT KNOCKMANY ROAD A...



Agriculture Foundation Degree (FdSc)

This course will provide you with high-quality, advanced skills and knowledge in sustainable crop, livestock and la...


Diploma of Higher Education in Agriculture

This shortened award prepares students for a range of careers in the agriculture industry and ancillary organisatio...


Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Agriculture

This programme is viewed by the industry as a stepping stone in education and training of those seeking a career wi...


Level 2 Diploma in Agriculture

This Couse provides the practical skills and knowledge that will help you gain employment in agriculture. You will ...


Pesticide Spraying

If your job involves the use of chemical pesticides, regulations will affect your working practices. Shipley Colleg...


One Year Farming Course

The One-Year Farming Course is an intensive short training course, unique to the University. It is designed to equi...


Level 3 Extended Diploma In Agriculture

Combining the study of livestock, crops and machinery with practical training sessions and work on the College farm...


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Chicago Reports

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EU Reports

26/07/16 -- EU grains closed mostly lower as the EU Commission's MARS unit moved to allay fears...


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26 July 2016

Brexit already affecting free range egg producers

Brexit is already affecting free range egg producers, with the falling value of Sterling increasing the price of feed, s...


14 July 2016

Repercussions of Britain leaving EU: Future Farmer...

The repercussions of Britain voting to leave the European Union was the main talking point during a meeting of Future Fa...


13 July 2016

New colony system called 'cage free'

This video shows a new colony system which has been called 'cage free'. A colony type system where the front of ...


11 July 2016

Discussions take place on what post-Brexit Britain...

Two weeks on from the momentous decision by the British public to leave the European Union, discussions are starting to ...


4 July 2016

Fracking company Third Energy responds farmer’s fe...

Fracking company Third Energy has responded to a farmer’s fears of water pollution after North Yorkshire County Co...


Rays Farm

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


Mabie Farm Park

Mabie Farm Park will return for the an exciting new season in March 2016.Nestled beneath the magni?cent Mabie F...


Lower Drayton Farm

Farmer Ray and his partner Val love welcoming families and school groups keen to find out more about the countrysid...


Bucklebury Farm Park

Bucklebury Farm Park offers a magical experience and a great value day out in the countryside whatever the weather,...


Cannon Hall Farm

One of the best farm attractions in the country with a variety of animals that can be petted and fed. Sheep, pigs, ...


Pauls Farm Shop

Pauls Farm Shop is a second generation family business that prides itself on providing high quality, locally source...


Nixon's Farm Shop

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


Villa Farm Shop

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


Pearce's Farm Shop

Are you are looking for a quick break for a drink, a leisurely lunch, an afternoon picking fruit with the children,...


Knitsley Farm Shop

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



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