30-07-2014 02:50 AM
Country of origin of foods study published
The Food Standards Agency is today publishing the results of a study to look at the origin of foods claiming to be from the UK and Ireland. The study ...
Volatile market and low investment fears for future of UK sheep market
The first ever NSA and NFU ‘Vision for British Lamb Production’ report has been launched at the NSA Sheep Event, identifying the strengths and weaknes...
Investment in rural economy to rise as UK sees positive growth
Employment and investment will rise next year as the rural economy continues to benefit from a more positive UK economy, according to a survey by the ...
Kuhn to exhibit latest machinery at Normac
Kuhn Farm Machinery will exhibit its latest tine disc cultivator and semi-mounted reversible plough at this year’s NORMAC cultivation demonstrations a...
JCB secures machine deal as UK market grows
JCB has secured an order for more than 1,000 machines from one of the UK’s plant hire companies in a deal worth £35 million.
A-Plant has bought a f...
Farmers 'will be the main losers' of pollinator strategy, NFU warns
The NFU has strongly disagreed with the new Environment Audit Committee report on the National Pollinator Strategy which has called for a refocus to d...
New venture with McCormick for Agri-Hire in Suffolk
A successful agricultural equipment hire and manufacturing business in Suffolk is adding a third string to its bow by taking on sales, service and par...
Dry weather damage to Australian wheat; corn market closes higher
Beans closed with strong gains. Weekly soybean export inspections came in at 112,345 MT versus 97,160 MT last week. That takes the 2013/...
Free-range farmer tours Europe, calling for honest labelling
From August 1st, Devon broiler farmer’s daughter, Tamsin French, will dress as a chicken called ‘Rosa’, and embark on a 39-day tour of the European Un...
EU grains closed mixed with trade 'subdued'
EU grains closed mixed with Nov 14 London GBP0.80/tonne lower at GBP125.50/tonne, Nov 14 Paris wheat was down EUR1.50/tonne to EUR178.25/tonn, Aug 14 ...
Veterinary association to support second year of badger culls
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has said it will support the second year of the pilot culls in England. This follows Defra’s response to BVA’...
Yearbook highlights strong year for sheep meat exports
Volume and value of UK sheep meat exports performed strongly again last year, according to the AHDB/EBLEX Cattle and Sheep Yearbook 2014.
Over the last 10 years, the cost of fossil fuel sources such as oil and gas has soared with the cost of bulk heating oil increasing, on average 10% per year.
30-07-2014 00:32 AM
Minn. programs find investors to help small farmers
When Ryan Batalden graduated from college, he worked for a time in a Twin Cities office.
But, Batalden, who grew up on a farm, always felt the tug ...
30-07-2014 00:30 AM
Field trials of GM crops: No decision yet, says government
Two affiliates of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, or the RSS - Swadeshi Jagaran Manch (SJM) and the Bharatiya Kisan Sangh (BKS) - today met Environme...
30-07-2014 00:28 AM
China corn ban frustrates US industry
How can the U.S. regain the China corn import market? That's the question asked and topic talked about the most at this week's U.S. Grains Council del...
30-07-2014 00:27 AM
Global dairy glut knocks earnings of New Zealand farmers
New Zealand dairy farmers learned Tuesday that their earnings for the 2014-2015 season will be worse than expected thanks to a boom in global producti...
30-07-2014 00:26 AM
Heat adds stress to Kansas crops
The return of hot, dry conditions to Kansas has put stress on farm crops in many parts of the state.
The National Agricultural Statistics Service s...
30-07-2014 00:25 AM
Qld farmers being priced out of business
Will Queenslanders finish up paying more for the food they eat or will we just see production from sugar to fruit and vegetables wither, owing to a la...
30-07-2014 00:23 AM
Bovine viral disease discussion dominates global cattle congress
Combating poor cattle health and production losses as a result of the debilitating bovine viral disease, known as BVD, has dominated the agenda today ...
28-07-2014 03:26 AM
Livestock/Bull Stud Manager - UK
We are currently recruiting an experienced Livestock/Stud Manager for our client, a bovine genetics company based in Cheshire. This is a fantastic opp...
28-07-2014 03:14 AM
Feed Ingredients Product Manager -Midlands
My client is seeking a Product Manager to direct the company's product portfolio in order to assist the sales and management teams. My client is a pre...
28-07-2014 03:13 AM
GLOBAL QUALITY MANAGER - AGROCHEMICALS/FINE CHEMICALS
On behalf of a prestigious international agrochemical manufacturer - we are seeking an experienced scientist or quality manager to lead the Global Qua...
28-07-2014 03:07 AM
Sales Person - Veterinary Company
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a suitably qualified candidate to join the sales team of one of the UK's premier veterinary companies, supplyin...
28-07-2014 03:04 AM
Agribusiness Manager – Pigs & Poultry
A well known Nutrition and Feed Additives business wishes to appoint an Agribusiness Manager – Pigs and Poultry. The company is looking for an experi...
28-07-2014 02:58 AM
UK SALES MANAGER - POULTRY & PIG SECTOR
A leading animal nutrition business is now seeking an ambitious and able individual to manage and develop their UK sales within the monogastric sector...
28-07-2014 02:57 AM
Commercial Assistant - Animal Nutrition - South England
We have an exciting opportunity for a Commercial Assistant for a busy animal feed manufacturer in the south of England. The work is varied and fast mo...
| Kitley Lawns, Yealmpton, Near Plymouth
Yealmpton Show 2013 was a huge success. The attractions included James Dylan’s Stunt World, Eagles USA and Jyung Min University Tae Kwando Display Te...
| Augher, County Tyrone
Clogher Valley Show
2013 The Show will be hosting 12 finals 25 Irish Shows Association qualifiers and for the second year, a Champion of Champions in memory of the late W...
| Dorfold Park, Nantwich, Cheshire
Tens of thousands of visitors braved the relentless rain but still enjoyed the return of the Nantwich Show.
The Dorfold Park showground had enjoyed...
| BRISCWM FIELDS, CARDIGAN, Ceredigion, Mid Wales
Cardigan County Agricultural Show
Agricultural Show. Trade Stands, Working Demonstrations, Horticulture, Cookery and Craft, Dog Show, Vintage Display, B.S.J.A. Show Jumping, Cattle, Sh...
| Hillside Rural Activities Park, Oaktree Bank South, Knayton, Thirsk, North Yorkshire
Borrowby show was first held in 1949, it is now a regular feature on the last Wednesday in July.
Field classes cover most farm animals. Tent class...