Catchment Sensitive Farming grant scheme opens February
Catchment name: Deben, Alde and Ore. Catchment number: 15
Catchment name: West Cornwall Catchments. Catchment number 16
Catchment name: Hampshire Avon. Catchment number 24
Catchment name: River Teme. Catchment number 28
Catchment name: Peak District Dales. Catchment number 30
Catchment name: Gipping and Orwell. Catchment number 31
Catchment name: Rivers Stour and Colne. Catchment number 48
Catchment name: River Perry. Catchment number 57
Catchment name: West Cumbria catchments. Catchment number 60
Catchment name: Upper Great Ouse. CSF Catchment A
Catchment name: Nidd. CSF Catchment C
Catchment name: Taw and Torridge. CSF Catchment E
Catchment name: Dane. CSF Catchment K
A team of over 100 Nobel laureates have, in an open letter to Greenpeace, urged the environmental group to “cease and desist” its campaign against genetically modified crops and food. In the lette...
There is no clear reason why Australia's largest dairy processor Murray Goulburn is paying farmers significantly less than its competitors this season, according to an industry consultant. Earlier ...
U.S. farmers planted more corn than they intended in March, sowing the third-highest crop since World War II and surprising analysts who had expected a decline. Prices fell to the lowest since April. ...
The South African government has finally unveiled the new stringent livestock import requirements which include quarantine periods and pre-export health certification for all cattle, goats and sheep c...
The Spanish Ministry for Agriculture, Food and Environment and the Interprofesional Láctea (INLAC) have begun the second phase of their promotional campaign, "Lacteos de aquí cada día", (local dairy e...