Milk price cuts 'must reflect market reality'
Farm gate price for milk must reflect the wider market for milk and dairy products and the performance of milk processors, according to the NFU.
Government urged to act as MRSA found in British pig
The government is being called on to carry out a full MRSA survey of the UK pig industry to determine how widespread the superbug is after the first-e...
Accept neonicotinoid ban, Defra warned
The government's draft National Pollinator Strategy needs to be transparent if it is to command public confidence, the Environmental Audit Committee h...
Northern wheats looking good
As one of the highest yielding soft Group 4 wheats on the Recommended List, Limagrain UK’s Myriad, was launched last year as a high yielding option fo...
Forum discusses the Organic Future
The Scottish Organic Forum held an open workshop on the 10th of July at SAC Craibstone, to discuss the future of the organic sector in Scotland. Many ...
New John Deere tractor transmission wins IMMA
John Deere’s DirectDrive transmission was judged winner of the tractor category in the new International Machinery Manufacturers Awards (IMMA), which ...
Biomass investment slashes drying costs by 70 percent
Angus unit opens its gates next week to show impact of biomass, wind and solar on farm business.
With harvest underway, the good news for one Arbro...
Claw launched for better sheep and goat milking
UK milking equipment manufacturer, Fullwood Limited, has announced the launch of a new sheep and goat milking claw which offers improved efficiencies ...
TB ranked as greatest constraint for dairy farmers
The initial findings of the most comprehensive survey of dairy farmers were released at the Royal Welsh Show today with responses indicating a 20% ris...
Quality problems with EU wheat
EU grains markets closed lower on the day, although mixed on the week.
The day finished with Nov 14 London wheat down GBP1.45/tonne at GBP126.30ton...
US corn yields at record; Damage to European crop quality
Beans closed mixed, a little stronger nearby and a touch weaker further forward. The USDA announced 360,000 MT of US beans sold to China...
Learning about green energy at Huncote Grange
Professionals, farmers, and landowners were blown away at an event which provided an insight into the benefits of renewable energy technologies.
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.
29-07-2014 00:23 AM
Canada's surreal milk market
The battle over 3L packages of milk reads like a parody of Canada’s costly and stifling penchant for over-regulation and ill-considered protection of ...
29-07-2014 00:22 AM
Curbing air pollution could help crops thrive
Controlling air pollution could help curb projected declines in global food supplies, a new study says, suggesting policymakers should consider both c...
29-07-2014 00:21 AM
Farmers expecting payout cut
Fonterra farmers are bracing themselves for a $1 cut to the new season's forecast as the co-operative revises its payout today.
Fonterra's board is...
29-07-2014 00:20 AM
Louisiana farmers embrace technology to survive
If Louisiana farmers and those around the country are going to continue producing crops to feed the growing state and national populations and continu...
29-07-2014 00:19 AM
Stray cows to be housed in cattle centres
Indigenous breeds of cows will be conserved and stray cows will now have a home.
The Centre has decided to provide funds to States for setting up i...
29-07-2014 00:18 AM
Judge ordered dairy farm to stop milking
A Thames farming company has been hit with a $47,000 fine and ordered to stop milking until it fixed the overflowing effluent system at its Kopu farm....
29-07-2014 00:17 AM
Farmers urged to have their say over new water rules
Collaborative Stakeholder Group seeking feedback from farmers over the shape of new rules to be introduced that will protect the Waikato and Waipa riv...
28-07-2014 03:26 AM
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28-07-2014 03:14 AM
Feed Ingredients Product Manager -Midlands
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28-07-2014 03:13 AM
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28-07-2014 03:07 AM
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28-07-2014 03:04 AM
Agribusiness Manager – Pigs & Poultry
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28-07-2014 02:58 AM
UK SALES MANAGER - POULTRY & PIG SECTOR
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| New Forest Show, The Showground, New Park, Brockenhurst, Hampshire
New Forest & Hampshire County Show
The New Forest Agricultural Show Society was founded in 1920 and the first New Forest Show was held in 1921 as a small one day local event at Bartley ...
| Ryedale Show, Welburn Park, near Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire
Held in the natural ampitheatre of Welburn Park, Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire drawing in spectators in excess of 15,000.
The Ryedale Show was es...
| 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...