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16-04-2014 15:59 PM | News Comment
Farmers pulling together for FUW flood relief aid
A huge load of silage donated by West Wales farmers has just been delivered to a Somerset farm that suffered severe flooding recently. The consignm...
16-04-2014 15:31 PM | News Comment
Irish victory in champion pluck off in Essex
Two champion turkey pluckers went head-to-head in Essex today to determine which is the most worthy to hold the title – and it was Irishman Vincent Pi...
16-04-2014 08:56 AM | Arable Comment
Speculative money moving into grains on back of Ukraine situation
EU grains closed generally firmer, with. May 14 London ending GBP0.15/tonne higher at GBP169.40/tonne, and new crop Nov 14 finishing the day GBP1.30/t...
16-04-2014 06:15 AM | Finance Comment
Defra flood fund 'welcome news for farmers'
Farmers hit by recent flooding are being offered grants of up to £35,000, the Department for Environment and Rural Affairs have announced. This fun...
16-04-2014 06:10 AM | News Comment
Agricultural holdings review opens door to change
NFU Scotland believes a complementary package of measures with an independent Land Adjudicator at its core can restore health and vibrancy to Scotland...
16-04-2014 05:58 AM | Arable Comment
Stewardship warns growers of increased leatherjacket threat
Growers are being warned that there is an increased threat to grass leys, following a bumper year for the leatherjacket pest in 2013. “Leatherjack...
16-04-2014 05:52 AM | Appointments Comment
British Growers Association names Ward as new chief executive
Jack Ward has been appointed chief executive of the British Growers Association (BGA). He will take up his new role on 28 April 2014. Mr Ward was ...
16-04-2014 05:41 AM | Cattle Comment
Changing cows' diet could help tackle heart disease
Adding oilseed to a cow’s diet can significantly reduce the harmful saturated fat found in its milk without compromising the white stuff’s nutritional...
15-04-2014 16:51 PM | News Comment
Wingham Primary pupils get hands-on with eggs
Pupils of a Kent primary school had some plucky visitors before Easter. Farmer Doug Wanstall took in a team of free range egg layers to meet the ch...
15-04-2014 16:16 PM | Arable Comment
Every single crop of onions would receive pendimethalin
A leading independent consultant specialising in alliums says that every single crop of onions, leeks, garlic and shallots would receive pendimethalin...
15-04-2014 16:10 PM | Arable Comment
Gear up for volunteer potato control in sugar beet
As sugar beet is becoming established, growers should consider the consequences of the recent mild winter with little or no frosts. It is very likely ...
15-04-2014 16:08 PM | News Comment
German egg producers face insolvency as supermarkets discount
More than a third of German egg producers could be insolvent by October because of supermarket discounting, according to a leading figure in the Inter...

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Agricultural News from Around the World

 
17-04-2014 00:55 AM
Irish Dairy Board reports strong results
The Irish Dairy Board (IDB) today, announced increased turnover of 5% to over €2.1 billion, with earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) up 25% to €...
17-04-2014 00:54 AM
China rejections of GMO U.S. corn cost up to $2.9 bln
China's rejections of a banned variety of genetically modified U.S. corn have cost the U.S. agriculture industry up to $2.9 billion, a grain group sai...
17-04-2014 00:47 AM
W. Asia, China will drive farm exports
Agricultural exports, particularly spices, fruits and marine products, are likely to increase along with foodgrains as demand from West Asia and China...
17-04-2014 00:46 AM
Value of farmland in Ontario goes up again
There has been another healthy increase in the value of Ontario farmland. Farm Credit Canada's "Farmland Values Report" says the average value of f...
17-04-2014 00:44 AM
New fall in dairy prices
Fonterra's record farmgate milk price forecast may have to come back slightly after international dairy prices fell again at last night's dairy auctio...
17-04-2014 00:41 AM
Farmers pack church to bid fond farewell to a farming firebrand
Westcountry farmers bade a fond farewell to one of their own on Friday last week, at a memorial service for Ian Pettyfer, who died two weeks ago at th...
17-04-2014 00:40 AM
The armed rebellion on a Nevada cattle ranch could be just the start
The Feds may have set a troubling precedent by allowing a Nevada rancher and his band of armed followers to win a standoff with the U.S. Bureau of Lan...

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Recruitment

 
16-04-2014 03:43 AM
Cattle Feed Sales Specialist
A large Animal Feed manufacturing company with a reputation for feed quality and technical backup seeks a ruminant technical feed sales specialist fo...
16-04-2014 03:38 AM
Customer Service Support/Sales Support - SW
A career vacancy has arisen for an ambitious and enthusiastic person who has some experience of ruminant feed. Our client is a well-respected and welc...
16-04-2014 03:33 AM
Aftersales Manager - Dairy Solutions - Cheshire
An experienced Aftersales Manager/Co-ordinator is sought by a long established and highly successful company who sell dairy solutions, equipment and s...
16-04-2014 03:32 AM
Technical Training Instructor - Agricultural Machinery - The Midlands
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for dynamic and self-motivated agricultural machinery professional to join one of the country's leading and most fo...
16-04-2014 03:32 AM
Arable Technical Assistant - Berkshire/Hampshire
Our client, a market leader in the provision of technical services to the arable farming sector, seeks to appoint an Arable Technical Assistant. This ...
16-04-2014 03:31 AM
Arable Technical Administration Assistant - Berkshire/Hampshire
A vacancy has arisen for a technical administration assistant within a leading technical arable company servicing farmers around the country. The succ...
16-04-2014 03:30 AM
Trainee Technical Specialist - Crop Nutrition - South or East
Candidates with a keen interest in fertilisers and crop nutrition are sought by our global client to assist in all matters technical and also to assis...

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16-04-2014 | Reports
Mexico Agribusiness Outlook 2014
Mexico’s economic growth is gradually improving, but food consumption remains vulnerable to income and price effects, according to a report from...
14-04-2014 | Reports
Rabobank Commitment of Traders (COT) Report - 14 A...
Managed Money reduced its net long position across agri commodities for the first time since January by 37,942 lots WOW, while the Producer/Merchant/P...
14-04-2014 | Reports
SEPRA Market Report - 11th April 2014
SEPRA Market Report - 11th April 2014
10-04-2014 | Ezines and Brochures
Free Range Year Planner 2014
Free Range Year Planner 2014
10-04-2014 | Reports
Percentage of badgers killed on land containing li...
What percentage of badgers killed during the pilot cull were taken from land containing livestock.
10-04-2014 | General Farming
Softwood imports to Sweden reaches 10-year high
Importation of softwood logs to Sweden reached a 10-year high in 2013 with Norway and Latvia being the major suppliers of both pulplogs and sawlogs, r...
10-04-2014 | Manage the Countryside
Numbers of badgers killed on dairy farms
Dairy farms EIRs: number of badgers killed on land that had cattle (including dairy cattle) on it; number of badgers killed on land within 1 km of cat...

Agricultural Shows and Events

 
17-04-2014 | Three Counties Showground, Malvern, Worcestershire
CountryTastic
CountryTastic is the must do day out this Easter holidays. Look forward to an action packed, hands-on event with food, farming and countryside at its ...
18-04-2014 | Trinity Park, Ipswich, Suffolk
Suffolk Spring Garden Show
Come and join us at the Suffolk Showground for a great day out over the Easter weekend, the ideal place for all your garden essentials with expert tip...
20-04-2014 | Thame Showground, Thame, Oxon
Living Heritage - Thame Country Fair
There's something for everyone in action - packed, great days out! All the shows are open from 10am until 6pm daily and dogs are most welcome, so ...
20-04-2014 | Kelmarsh Hall, Northamptonshire
Countryman Fairs - Kelmarsh Game & Country Fair
The Kelmarsh Country Fair will be gracing the Kelmarsh grounds Easter Sunday and Monday 2014 and this year promises a score of features, a variety of ...
20-04-2014 | Lee Valley Country Park, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire
Oakleigh Fairs - Lee Valley Easter Country Fair
Open: 10.00am- 5pm Our first Country Show at this lovely Showground situated within the River Lee Country Park. All day entertainment will include ...

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Midlands Machinery Show 2014
November 12th & 13th 2014 will be the first Midlands Machinery Show.
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The leading knowledge exchange event concentrating on the key areas of crop protection.
Livestock Event 2014
Held in the first week of July each year, the Livestock Event is the leading B2B event for the UK livestock industry.
Cereals 2014
Cereals is the leading technical event for the UK arable industry. 500 leading suppliers come together to exhibit to nearly 26,000 visitors.
Grassland & Muck 2014
Grassland 2014 will be bigger and better than ever.
The British Pig & Poultry Fair 2014
The British Pig & Poultry Fair 2014 is the UK's leading technical business event for the pig, poultry and egg industries showcasing the latest technol...

Markets

16-04-2014 09:39 AM
Chicago Reports
15/04/14 -- Soycomplex: Beans closed above $15/bu on a front month for the first time since las...
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EU Reports
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Recent Comments

16-04-2014 05:31 PM | by Rosemary Marshall
Just changing one constituent in milk is hardly going to make the British the world's 'healthy nation'.
Comment made on Changing cows' diet could help tack...
16-04-2014 08:17 AM | by d4g6k11
I a few short years we will look back at articles like this that perpetuate the myth regarding 'harmful' saturated fat, and laugh bitterly.
Comment made on Changing cows' diet could help tack...
15-04-2014 08:35 AM | by Donie Anderson
It's going to be a great few days
Comment made on World shearing champs set for Irela...
14-04-2014 09:17 PM | by Fram Hand
"Could", "might", "should", achieve this, return that, etc, etc. When are these funds going to show their real investment performance?
Comment made on Australian dairy 'offers best risk ...
12-04-2014 03:43 PM | by Clued-Up
It doesn't help farmers to claim that badgers must be responsible for bTB infections in a closed herd because cattle aren't bought in. Closed herds a...
Comment made on NFU President: TB destroying farm b...

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We know what we are, but not what we may be…. An important and historic quo...
 
 
 

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Pickersgill Manor Farm is on Silsden Moor, a working sheep farm situated on...
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