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Efforts to boost British forests’ contribution to tackling climate change reached a key milestone this week. The amount of carbon dioxide predic...

Woodland carbon code is a million-tonne winner

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16 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,Finance,News,Property News

HM Treasury this week announced changes to the rules for losses that can be claimed by a person from a property business with a relevant agricultural ...

Concerns rise over agricultural anti-avoidance measures

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16 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News,Property News

The Court of Session, in a landmark judgement, has decided that the Scottish Government acted illegally in introducing legislation relating to agricul...

Scottish Parliament breached human rights says Court of Session

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16 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,Finance,News,Property News

For the second year running, beef and sheep farmers working some of the most difficult terrain in England are receiving Uplands Transitional Payments ...

RPA starts 2012 round of payments for hill farmers

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How drought will affect Mexico’s demand for U.S. feed grains is hard to assess, but the impact is likely to be felt for two to three years, acco...

Drought takes toll on Mexican agriculture

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15 March 2012 | Animal Health,Feed and Forage,News,Property News

The UK’s largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), broadly welcomes the findings of an extens...

BASC welcomes Defra snare code revisions

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15 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News,Produce

Fruit growers are being urged to take heed of new chlorpyrifos application requirements ahead of the treatment season and make an immediate and wholes...

Changes to chlorpyrifos applications ’a must’ for season ahead

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15 March 2012 | Animal Health,Feed and Forage,News

Peak District dog-walkers are asked to keep their pets on short leads to protect young animals during the spring breeding season. Mauled bodies of...

Peak district warns dog walkers ahead of spring season

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15 March 2012 | Cattle,Feed and Forage,News,Pigs,Sheep

Children in the West country are being reminded about the potential dangers of farm animals and playing in the countryside ahead of the Easter school ...

Easter holidays spark safety warning for children

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14 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News

New NFU Vice President Adam Quinney will make his first official speech since taking office at a farming summit in London today (Wednesday). Mr Qu...

NFU Vice President to address farming summit

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Moves by the US Government to end the long-running ban on beef imports from the UK are a ’positive development’, the NFU said today. Th...

US moves on UK beef ’positive’, say NFU

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14 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News,Produce,Supermarkets

Morrisons Chief Executive Dalton Philips will set out plans on Wednesday for the food retailer to become the UK’s largest fresh food manufacture...

Morrisons set to be biggest fresh food maker

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14 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,Finance,News,Produce,Shows and Events

From using sound waves to cook, to foods that fill you up faster - up to ’15 million is on offer to anyone who can come up with ways to transfor...

’15m to transform food manufacturing in the UK

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Every grower and marketing desk understands the importance of how improved top fruit storage technology has extended the availability of fruit in the ...

Grower competition is ’good news’ for consumers

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The CLA today said up to one million water users have not been accounted for in government plans for dealing with drought. The Association welcome...

Private water supplies forgotten in drought discussions - CLA

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13 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News,Renewable Energy

Farmers are showing greater interest than ever before in renewable energy technologies, according to one of the leading companies in the sector. Ec...

Renewable technology demand remains high

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13 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News,Property News

New measures designed to minimise the impacts of potential water shortages this summer have been met with approval by the NFU. The Environment Agen...

Conserving water is now vital - NFU

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13 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News,Produce,Supermarkets

A Kent-based fresh produce importer has been fined ’2,700 after marketing two separate consignments of Spanish tomatoes and cucumbers which were...

Scrutiny leads to fine for UK salad importer

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New report warns drought could spread to more areas of the country if dry weather continues Water companies and farmers, as well as businesses and...

Act now in response to drought, warns Environment Agency

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Access to an elite team of Stabiliser sires has had a major impact on the Stabiliser breed, according to Richard Fuller, technical director of the Sta...

Sire selection drives Stabiliser breed forward

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12 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News

Proposals from the Danish Presidency to reform the EU legislation on approving GM crops for cultivation failed to reach a qualified majority at Friday...

GM law reform fails to find favour

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12 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News

The Tenant Farmers Association has warned both the English and Welsh Governments that proposals for changes to their Nitrate Vulnerable Zone (NVZ) act...

TFA warns against damaging NVZ proposals

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Anglesey farmers have been told that a new beef line could be opened at the Vion plant on the island. Members of NFU Cymru Anglesey branch welcomed Mr...

New beef line considered on Anglesey

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GRAIN MARKETS - Jonathan Lane, Trading Manager WHEAT Russian 2012/13 grain crop seen only 6-8% in poor condition and indicates country could have ...

Market Report - 9/3/2012

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9 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,Finance,News,Property News

With the prospect of a new ’mansion tax’ being widely reported as a possible measure in the forthcoming Budget on the 21st March, leading ...

Mansion tax proposals concern rural advisors

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