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21 December 2017 | Dairy,Government,News,Produce,Products

Brits who are worried about the price of their foreign produce going up after Brexit should be more patriotic about their choices, according to Michae...

Gove tells Brits to be more patriotic about cheese buying habits

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19 December 2017 | Dairy,Machinery and Equipment,News,Products,Shows and Events

A floating dairy farm, 3D printing and drones as well as more familiar breeding, disease and forage-growing technologies have been confirmed among the...

Floating farm, 3D printing and drones: New dairy event promises to wow

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19 December 2017 | Crops and Cereals,News,Produce,Products

Fresh produce grown on Red Tractor assured farms is to be recognised as equivalent to two major food assurance schemes. Tesco has announced that fr...

Red Tractor fresh produce to be recognised by two major food assurance schemes

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18 December 2017 | Rural Crime,Animal Health,Government,News,Poultry,Products

Consumers could be eating “dirty” chlorinated turkey at Christmas if the UK agrees a post-Brexit trade deal with the USA, according to food safety exp...

Risk of 'dirty turkey' after Brexit if UK strikes US trade deal

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The UK is unprepared for the most complex ever change to its food system, which will be required before Brexit, according to a new briefing paper. ...

UK 'unprepared' for most complex change to food system ever, report warns

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17 December 2017 | News,NFU,Products,Rural Life

The National Farmers Union has held talks over the issue of poor mobile coverage and broadband connectivity many people in rural areas receive. Kar...

NFU highlights poor mobile coverage and broadband connectivity

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15 December 2017 | Crops and Cereals,News,Products

Agrochemical giant Bayer has launched a new transparency website designed to enable access to scientific data needed for the evaluation of plant prote...

Bayer launches new website in bid to improve transparency

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15 December 2017 | Machinery and Equipment,Market Reports,News,Products

Artificial intelligence in agriculture is expected to grow exponentially, reaching a global worth of $2.6bn by 2025, new figures state. According t...

AI in agriculture expected to grow exponentially by 2025, report states

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12 December 2017 | Machinery and Equipment,News,Poultry,Produce,Products

A poultry farmer has spent 800 hours created a groundbreaking egg invention stemming from his love of Wallace and Gromit. Phil Ashton, who farms in...

Video: Farmer spends 800 hours creating groundbreaking egg invention

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11 December 2017 | Arable,Crops and Cereals,Government,News,Products

EU countries are poised to vote on a proposal to introduce tougher restrictions on three neonicotinoids in the coming days. Member states will meet...

Decision day for EU blanket ban on neonicotinoids looms

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11 December 2017 | Machinery and Equipment,News,Products,Rural Life

Rural businesses and farmers are embracing the digital economy but face barriers in implementing due to a lack of skills and access to training in the...

Farmers face barriers when implementing and embracing digital economy

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8 December 2017 | Government,Market Reports,News,Produce,Products

A farming union has warned International Trade Secretary Liam Fox not to undercut Scotland's Unique Selling Point when it comes to trading with other ...

Trade deals 'should not undercut' Scotland's 'Unique Selling Point'

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8 December 2017 | Machinery and Equipment,News,Products

Four new submersible propeller mixers made by Landia, are now successfully mixing a 20,000m3 slurry lagoon at a major dairy farm in western Latvia. ...

Latvia for Landia as new slurry mixers reduce energy and maintenance costs

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8 December 2017 | Government,News,Produce,Products

There will be no "hard border" in Ireland as sufficient progress is made in Brexit talks, Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission President...

Industry relieved as May announces no 'hard border' with Ireland

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Farmers have challenged the credibility of proposals to ban the live export of livestock from the UK following Brexit. The subject of banning live ...

Farmers question credibility of proposals to ban live exports post-Brexit

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France has topped a list which ranks 34 countries according to their food system sustainability, with the UK coming tenth. France remains in first ...

France tops list in food and farming sustainability index, UK comes tenth

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4 December 2017 | News,Produce,Products,Supermarkets

The East of England Co-op has become the first major retailer to start selling products beyond their ‘Best Before’ date with the aim of significantly ...

Co-op becomes first retailer to sell produce past 'Best Before' date

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1 December 2017 | News,Produce,Products,Shows and Events

Small food and drink companies have the chance to win a share of £50,000 funding due to a new competition launched which hopes to drive innovation. ...

Small food producers could win share of £50,000 funding

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1 December 2017 | Education,News,NFU,Produce,Products

The University of Reading has become the first university in the UK to pledge support to back British farming, as it holds its first event dedicated t...

University of Reading pledges to support British farming in first of its kind

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28 November 2017 | Machinery and Equipment,News,Products,Rural Life

New safety laws have been introduced to give police powers to prevent unsafe or criminal use of drones, amid increasing worry to farmers and landowner...

New drone safety laws passed amid farmer concern over privacy

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28 November 2017 | Government,Market Reports,Meat Processing,News,Produce,Products

A hard Brexit will have a ‘catastrophic impact’ on the European meat industry, leading to job losses and price hikes, according to a stark new report....

British meat exports to EU set to fall by 90% in 'hard Brexit' scenario, report warns

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British farmers will need to produce more high quality food using smarter techniques whilst using less land, according to a new report. The CLA, w...

Farmers need to use less land and farm smarter, report suggests

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27 November 2017 | Government,Machinery and Equipment,Market Reports,News,Products

The government has today launched its Industrial Strategy to combat the UK's lagging productivity levels. Business Secretary Greg Clarke has launch...

Industrial Strategy: AI and Food Council to boost farm productivity

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27 November 2017 | Arable,Crops and Cereals,Machinery and Equipment,News,Products

British agritech start-up Small Robot Company has been launched and seeks to harness the power and precision of robots and Artificial Intelligence (AI...

Small Robot Company launches to transform arable farming

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24 November 2017 | Machinery and Equipment,News,Products

A machinery giant has announced its collaboration with Microsoft on an advanced project that brings its maintenance experts instantly to any customer ...

Video: Virtual reality to bring agri-experts to any farmer in the world at any time

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