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22 November 2017 | Arable,Education,Grassland,News

A farming family have revealed the results of their #SoilMyUndies experiment at a meeting for local farmers recently. Monitor Farmers Iain, Laura a...

'Soiled undies' reveal hidden world of soil on family's farm

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21 November 2017 | Animal Health,Education,Husbandry,News

Moredun Research Institute and Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) have announced a new strategic partnership they describe as ‘game-changing’ in advancin...

'Game-changing' partnership announced to advance livestock science

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17 November 2017 | Education,News

Four postgraduate agricultural students from across the UK are receiving a national award from the NFU Mutual Charitable Trust to support their studie...

Four agricultural students receive top award to support studies

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17 November 2017 | Animal Health,Education,News

Farmers in the Netherlands have slashed their antibiotic usage by more than 60% since 2007, and British vets are using their experiences to help UK fa...

UK farmers look to Netherlands to help reduce antibiotic usage

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16 November 2017 | Education,Meat Processing,News,Produce

The positive health benefits of consuming lean red meat should be more widely-known in order to ensure an informed public debate, according to a leadi...

Positive health benefits of consuming red meat 'should be promoted'

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15 November 2017 | Animal Health,Education,News,Poultry,Shows and Events

Welfare expert Jessica Martin has been named Young Poultry Person of the Year at the Egg and Poultry Industry Conference. Jessica received the awar...

Welfare expert Jessica Martin named Young Poultry Person of Year

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14 November 2017 | Agri Safety,Education,News,Rural Life

People who live in the countryside have been warned to take care on roads as it is revealed that over half of road fatalities occurred in rural areas ...

Warning issued as more people killed on rural roads than urban roads

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10 November 2017 | Appointments,Dairy,Education,News,Produce

The Department of Dairy Related Wholesome Affairs is looking to remind people of their love of dairy, and to recruit those who share its passion. T...

Humorous campaign launched to remind people of their love of dairy

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10 November 2017 | Education,News,Rural Life,Shows and Events

A new documentary film profiling the story behind small food producers and farmers who grow outside the industrial mainstream farming system will be r...

Film shows story behind Britain's small-scale farmers who challenge big industry

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8 November 2017 | Crops and Cereals,Education,News

A farm community charity is calling on the public to back their project in a national campaign to raise more funds. Ouseburn Farm Charity in Byker,...

Community urban farm urges public to back their project in national vote

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7 November 2017 | Agri Safety,Education,Machinery and Equipment,News

A new farm safety scheme looking at improving awareness of a tractor's Power Take off (PTO) is on course for a national roll-out. A tractor power t...

Farm safety scheme on course for national roll-out looks at issue of tractor's PTO

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3 November 2017 | Arable,Education,Grassland,News

A Scottish farmer has been using a 'pants' idea to test the fertility of his soil by burying cotton underwear. Beef cattle breeder Iain Green who f...

Scottish farmer 'soils his undies' to test soil health and fertility

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2 November 2017 | Education,News,Poultry,Property News

A new poultry research unit has opened up in Nottingham, being one of just a handful of its kind in Europe. The research unit has opened at Notting...

Poultry research centre opens in Nottingham to provide 'vital platform' for sector

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1 November 2017 | Appointments,Crops and Cereals,Education,News

Six farmers are being sought after to join the Monitor Farm network across the UK, to help share performance information and best practice in the indu...

Six 'open-minded' farmers sought to join Monitor Farm network

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31 October 2017 | Agri Safety,Education,News,NFU,Shows and Events

The National Farmers' Union has teamed up with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to improve health and safety within the farming sector. 75 far...

Partnership looks at improving health and safety within farming industry

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27 October 2017 | Crops and Cereals,Education,News,Produce

A new promotional campaign designed to encourage more consumers to eat fresh British leeks launches next week (1st November). The campaign will hig...

Campaign launched urging consumers to buy more British leeks

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18 October 2017 | Crops and Cereals,Education,News

Scientists have discovered a genetic pathway to improved barley grain size and uniformity, a finding which may help breeders develop future varieties ...

Barley scientists discover path to improved grain quality

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17 October 2017 | Cattle,Crops and Cereals,Dairy,Education,Husbandry,News,Sheep

The UK’s Global Food Security programme is funding £4.9 million of research hoping to increase resilience and sustainability of the UK food system. ...

£4.9m funding to help increase resilience and sustainability of UK food system

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6 October 2017 | Education,News

A fund which has raised £14,500 in honour of an internationally-renowned scientist who died is now open to young farmers and budding agricultural scie...

Fund raises £14,500 to help next generation of agricultural scientists

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6 October 2017 | Dairy,Education,News,Produce

People who eat the greatest amount of cheese do not have higher cholesterol, according to a new study. Published from University College Dublin, th...

People who eat plenty of cheese do not have higher cholesterol, study shows

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5 October 2017 | Education,News,Rural Life

A museum has been exploring the complex relationships between well-being and the countryside with the help of rural stakeholders and local community g...

Museum to open exhibition dedicated to mental health and the countryside

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4 October 2017 | Dairy,Education,News

Pupils across Britain joined countries around the world to highlight the health benefits of school milk programmes and making dairy a part of a health...

School's across Britain celebrate benefits of milk programmes

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26 September 2017 | Diversification,Education,Finance,News,Shows and Events

Small farm businesses across Wales are being invited to take part in the second year of the highly successful The Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme, ...

Small Welsh farm businesses invited to the Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme

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25 September 2017 | Arable,Crops and Cereals,Education,News

A new £1m research partnership has been announced to develop practical soil biology management guidance for farmers and growers. The five-year part...

New £1m partnership looks to improve on-farm understanding of soil health

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25 September 2017 | Education,News,Sheep,Shows and Events

TV chef Mary Berry led twenty sheep across London Bridge in the annual Great Sheep Drive, an event to promote the British wool industry. The peculi...

Mary Berry leads flock of sheep over London Bridge to promote wool industry

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