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5 June 2013 | Housing and Equipment

Portable air heaters are commonly used in many areas of agriculture. Quick installation, low running costs as well as high efficiency make them the id...

Portable space heaters in agriculture

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5 March 2013 | Housing and Equipment

Farmers in Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and surrounding counties who take time out to attend an Open Day at a Bredon-based farm equipment business ...

Gloucestershire dealership open its doors on March 6

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3 September 2012 | Dairy

Intershape Ltd has launched AniLEDlight, a new range of LED lights specifically designed for use in dairy buildings. Installing LED lights in dairy b...

Intershape is Lighting the Way to Higher Yields

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21 August 2012 | Housing and Equipment,News

Two out of every three farmers who use the internet say they would benefit from the rollout of superfast mobile broadband (4G) according to new resear...

4G would benefit farming, says NFU

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Foyle Food Group has joined with five animal by-product processing businesses to ensure that the Foodchain and Biomass Renewables Association, Fabra, ...

Environmental focus tightens links in meat chain

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28 March 2012 | Animal Health,Husbandry,Housing and Equipment,News

RSPCA inspectors were at a UK port today for the first time in more than a decade to check the welfare of hundreds of calves and sheep being shipped a...

Inspectors deployed at ports for first time in decades

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28 March 2012 | Appointments,Housing and Equipment,News

Charles Sercombe has today been elected chairman of the NFU’s national livestock board. Mr Sercombe, a tenant farmer from near Melton Mowbra...

New team to lead NFU livestock board

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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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19 March 2012 | Animal Health,Cattle,Housing and Equipment,News

An early start to controlling insects around livestock gives the best chance of minimising the annual population explosion of flies and midges that be...

Early start essential to reduce insect burden on livestock

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13 March 2012 | Cattle,Housing and Equipment,Meat Processing,News

The National Beef Association (NBA) is hopeful that a draft law published in the USA will make its way through the system and result in the United Sta...

NBA optimistic that USA will open to British beef

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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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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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Mothers Day has an extra special meaning this year at Hall Hill Farm as a newborn calf is reunited with its mother after being found in a ditch shortl...

New arrival saved at Hall Hill Farm

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8 March 2012 | Housing and Equipment,News,Sheep

Genuine concerns and unanswered questions surround an electronic Sheep Database NFU Cymru said today in response to the Deputy Minister for Agricultur...

Concerns rise over electronic sheep database

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21 February 2012 | Feed and Forage,Housing and Equipment,News,NFU,Property News

Government plans to cut the amount of red tape in the farming industry is good news but farmers want to see swifter action, said the NFU today. The...

Farmers want swifter action on red tape - NFU

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8 February 2012 | Cattle,Feed and Forage,Housing and Equipment,News,Sheep

Exciting new overseas opportunities to market Welsh beef and lamb are on the horizon, Dai Davies, Chair of Hybu Cig Cymru (HCC) has said. Speaking ...

New markets opening for Welsh beef and lamb

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3 February 2012 | Cattle,Housing and Equipment,News,Poultry,Sheep

"Everyone aspires to eat red meat, it is the protein of choice and we as farmers have an obligation to feed the growing global population." This was t...

Positive future for livestock farmers

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31 January 2012 | Animal Health,Housing and Equipment,News

NFU Cymru is calling for Government action as sheep worrying and potential health problems resulting from dog faeces continue to increase. This follow...

Call for new laws to tackle irresponsible dog owners

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31 January 2012 | Housing and Equipment,News,Shows and Events

Over a 100 farmers and industry representatives from across South and Mid-Wales benefited from hands on practical advice from nationally renowned spea...

Farmers flock to fertility event

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25 January 2012 | Appointments,Housing and Equipment,News

Outgoing NFU livestock board chairman Alistair Mackintosh believes the industry is more optimistic now than when he was elected in 2008. Mr Mackin...

Livestock board chairman steps down after 4 years

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23 January 2012 | Dairy,Housing and Equipment,News,Supermarkets

The MP who chairs the national Grocery Market Action Group (GMAG) Andrew George, has today used a debate in the House of Commons to again call on the ...

Supermarket Watchdog must come ’sooner’ - MP

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10 January 2012 | Animal Health,Housing and Equipment,News,Sheep

Ritchey Ltd is delighted to announce that it has been appointed sole UK distributor for Prattley animal management systems. New Zealand-based Pratt...

Ritchey extends product range

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Separating the constituents of slurry into liquid and solids has transformed management of cattle waste on a West Sussex dairy farm. It not only resol...

Separation is the answer to slurry storage, handling and utilisation issues on West Sussex dairy farm

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29 November 2011 | Grassland,Housing and Equipment,News,Property News

NFU Cymru has expressed disappointment at today’s Welsh Government decision to extend the Clwydian Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AON...

AONB decision will stultify farm growth potential

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The Bauer Group, world market leader in irrigation and slurry technology, ended its financial year to September 30, 2011 with the highest sales figure...

Bauer Group ends financial year 2010/11 with best ever results