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27 March 2012 | Cattle,Dairy,Feed and Forage,News

Lely Group, the world leader in robotic milking systems, has expanded its North American presence with production facilities in Pella, Iowa. The e...

Lely opens new factory in the US

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Experian today revealed that businesses with 51 to 100 employees saw a significant fall in insolvency rates year-on-year, from 0.20 per cent in Februa...

Medium business insolvency rates fall

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GM Freeze today said farmers should be very wary of Morrisons’ switch to GM feed in poultry. The company’s announcement that it will now a...

Morrisons ignore customers and pressure farmers - GM Freeze

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

The key document central to the Governments planning reforms, the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), will be published on Tuesday 27 March. Th...

Six key questions hanging over the final NPPF

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26 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News

The British Society of Plant Breeders (BSPB) is donating ’50,000 to FARM-Africa to support a two-year project in Kenya. The project will work wi...

’50,000 raised for farmers in Kenya

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26 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News

The latest in a series of dedicated research briefings, to help the potato industry identify the challenges and opportunities from changing consumer t...

Market briefs highlight opportunities for potatoes

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26 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News

Dow AgroSciences pyroxsulam-based herbicides are effectively controlling volunteer oats in winter wheat, trials and grower feedback has shown. For ...

Trials show benefits of pyroxsulam

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26 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News,Poultry,Property News

Noble Foods and Stonegate have both responded to recent moves in the egg market by announcing increases in producer prices. Noble’s wrote to ...

Major packers respond with price rises

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23 March 2012 | Appointments,Feed and Forage,News

Long-standing NFU uplands Chairman Will Cockbain has stepped down from his role today after eight years in post. Mr Cockbain, who will remain a mem...

Will Cockbain stands down as NFU Uplands chairman

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23 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News,Slurry and Irrigation

On World Water Day, the NFU has highlighted the importance of ensuring agriculture has fair access to water, amid increased competition during drought...

Farming faces increasing competition for water

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22 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News,Property News,Shows and Events

The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI), which represents 23,000 planning professionals, has today launched a debate on the benefits of having a Map ...

RTPI launches Map for England debate

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

The CLA today welcomed new guidance supporting the growth of rural businesses while continuing to protect valued habitats and species. The Associa...

Habitats directive review will help landowners deal with wildlife

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

Speaking during a debate this week in the European Parliament’s Agriculture Committee on the impact of greening proposals on farming, Stuart Agn...

MEP accuses EU of ’chasing fairies’ on greening measures

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

The budget "represented a missed opportunity for the Treasury to introduce measures that might have helped farmers capitalise on the growing conf...

Farming organisations react to the budget

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New rules for the pig industry are intended to create a more-even set of welfare standards across Europe and stop some farmers - such as those in Brit...

New pig welfare standards ’must be enforced’

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Farmers should exercise caution when switching from conventional wheels and tyres to row-crop equipment this spring, advises the UK’s leading of...

Take care when switching to row-crop tyres

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Responding to today’s Budget statement the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) condemned the Chancellor’s rhetoric on planning as mis...

CPRE attacks Chancellor’s planning as ’misguided’

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21 March 2012 | Animal Health,Cattle,Feed and Forage,News,Pigs,Sheep

Representatives from the NFU have met with scientists at the leading UK research institute studying livestock diseases to hear of progress in understa...

NFU highlights research into Schmallenberg

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21 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,Finance,News,Renewable Energy

A leading green entrepreneur has warned that delays and red tape in the current planning process are in danger of harming farmers’ efforts to di...

Green entrepreneur urges planning process reform

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Veterinary associations, the CLA and the NFU have expressed enormous disappointment at the backwards step being taken by the Welsh Government, which h...

Organisations attack Welsh stance on badger cull

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Farmers can have more confidence in buying livestock medicines online after NFU lobbying resulted in the launch of a new accreditation scheme for vet ...

New vet meds scheme makes online buying safer for farmers

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20 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News

UK growers and importers will pay more for plant health inspections of fresh produce and cut flowers with swingeing increases in fees and charges to b...

Small businesses take brunt of inspection charges

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

’Devastating’ is how the Minister for Environment and Sustainable Development has described the consequences of bovine TB but yet his anno...

Welsh policy based on conjecture says NFU head

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20 March 2012 | Feed and Forage,News,Shows and Events

Businesses are seizing the opportunity to get their message over to more than 80,000 visitors at the 2012 Kent County Show. Already several promine...

Businesses prepare for 80,000 show visitors

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

Western Union Business Solutions (WUBS) is working with UK farmers to help them manage their annual European Union Single Farm Payment when electing...

Farmers take control of exchange rates when applying for EU farm payments

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