Why farmers must understand compensation rules to new road improvements
The Government’s planned road improvements to roads in the south and south-west, in particular those to the A272, A358 and the, much talked about, A30...
EU to recover €102m of CAP expenditure from member states
A total of €102 million of EU agricultural policy funds, unduly spent by Member States, is being claimed back by the European Commission from Greece, ...
Latest active farmer CAP rules will come as an 'enormous relief' to many
The latest rules covering the ability of genuine farmers and growers to claim payments under Basic Payment Scheme from 2015 will come as a 'big relief...
Kubota targets new market with launch of landmark M7001 model
Japanese manufacturer, Kubota, is set to exhibit its new M7001 tractor at LAMMA 2015 in January, kicking off what’s set to be a busy year of new produ...
Minister hints at stunned meat labelling
Reports that Environment Minister George Eustice is giving consideration to labelling meat and fish as 'stunned' or 'non-stunned', has been welcomed b...
CAP definition of 'active farmer' causing distress
The RPA have published their last CAP reform countdown leaflet. This gives further detail on various issues of the forthcoming Basic Payment Scheme. ...
Highly virulent Asian-American pig disease spreads to Europe
The highly virulent Asian-American Porcine Epidemic Diarrhoea virus has spread to Europe. The disease is extremely infectious — a thimbleful of manure...
Latest Knight high-output sprayers at LAMMA 2015
Knight Farm Machinery will be featuring its latest high-output sprayers in trailed and self-propelled versions at LAMMA 2015 in January.
With a ch...
Animal charities 'deeply disappointed' as Defra endorses next cull
Animal welfare charities have reacted strongly to the announcement by Nigel Gibbens, the Chief Veterinary Officer that DEFRA's badger cull policy shou...
2014: A year of CAP reform preparations and volatile prices
2014 has been a year of learning and preparation for farmers ahead of the introduction of the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), which is now almos...
'Huge issues' with Russian grain export licences
EU grains closed mixed, but with wheat marching on to fresh highs for the move on the developing Russian situation. Paris wheat came within a whisker ...
Wheat market closes with strong gains amid Russia turmoil
Beans closed with small gains at the end of a two-sided session. A trade delegation of Chinese buyers in Chicago were reported to have s...
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SEPRA Market Report - 12th December 2014
The market is quieter which is expected, some people in England are reducing prices slightly on Colony eggs, Free Range are still fairly tight but suf...
SEPRA Market Report - 5th December 2014
The market is reasonably stable, slightly more eggs available and now covering demand, probably no further price increases before Christmas but doesn&...
November 2014 Wholesale Milk Production
The format of UK wholesale milk production notices for the 2014/15 quota year is intended to provide comprehensive and detailed information which does...
US softwood lumber prices trends downward
Prices for softwood lumber imported to China increased this fall, while they fell in Japan as the housing market weakened. In the US, lumber prices we...
The Global Forest Industry 3Q 2014
Sawlog prices were lower in the 3Q in most of the 20 regions that are the basis for the Global Sawlog Price Index (GSPI). The Index fell by 4.6% from ...
SEPRA Market Report - 28th November 2014
Demand is a bit quieter, as is expected as all the pennies are being spent on Christmas goodies, there is possibly a bit of resistance on the wholesal...
Wild birds - flu biosecurity measures
Wild birds are one possible source of the H5N8 avian flu outbreak in East Yorkshire. That is why we are advising poultry keepers to follow good practi...
| Oxford University Examination Halls, 81 High Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire
Oxford Farming Conference
The 2013 Conference will be held from the 2nd to the 4th of January 2013 at the Oxford University Examination Schools.
The conference will include ...
| The Royal Norfolk Showground, Dereham Road, New Costessey, Norwich, Norfolk
British Carp and Angling Show
The British Carp & Angling show will bring together top names, top stands and the best fishing demo’s the UK has to offer.
Set just 5 minutes from ...
| Telford Golf and Spa Hotel, Great Hay Drive, Sutton Heights, Telford, Shropshire
British Cattle Conference
The British Cattle Breeders Club prides itself on bringing together speakers who will challenge current thinking and practices and encourage the deleg...
| East of England Showground, Oundle Rd, Alwalton, Peterborough
Welcome to LAMMA – the UK’s largest farm machinery, equipment and agricultural services show.
Held in January each year, LAMMA is free to attend an...
| Messedamm 22 14055 Berlin, Germany
FRUIT LOGISTICA is the leading international meeting place of the fresh produce trade. From 6th to 8th February 2013, more than 2,400 companies from a...