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19 June 2021

'Disaster for the industry': UK food exports to EU plummet

18 June 2021

Food exports to the bloc fell 47% in Q1 2021

AHDB agrees 'managed-wind down' of Horticulture and Potatoes

10 June 2021

Growers voted to end both statutory levies

New mentor scheme to help farmers looking to export

8 June 2021

It will match experts with farming businesses

Deadline looms to apply for NI potato sector support

3 June 2021

£2m scheme to issue funds following pandemic

Covid support scheme deadline for NI potato growers

27 May 2021

Deadline to apply for financial support is 11 June

NFU seeks farmers' thoughts on Canada and Mexico trade deals

26 May 2021

Both countries are 'important markets' for UK

Australia trade deal could 'open floodgates to cheap food'

20 May 2021

Any deal must include safeguards, RSPCA says

Alan Titchmarsh encourages public to buy British

18 May 2021

Celebrity gardener tells public to buy seasonal

British strawberry season starts later after cooler weather

18 May 2021

Flowering and ripening occurred more slowly

Farmer's goatmeat diversification sees growing interest

17 May 2021

Chris Dickinson took the bold step 5 years ago

100% Welsh wool headband raises thousands for charity

17 May 2021

DPJ Foundation receives much-needed funds

Farm's surplus egg scheme provides food to struggling families

17 May 2021

Cornish producer's scheme proves success

AHDB kicks off process to end horticulture and potato levies

13 May 2021

140 jobs are expected to go as a result

Farmers' peat-free compost hailed for green credentials

7 May 2021

Green range made from wool, bracken and comfrey

NI farmers welcome changes to wool haulage charges

6 May 2021

Ulster Wool to abolish producer haulage charges

NI potato growers to receive Covid-19 financial aid

4 May 2021

Support for growers impacted by pandemic

Winemaking proves to be a fruitful venture for Sussex farm

4 May 2021

Making a move into wine production

'Serious barriers remain' for British meat exports, MPs warn

30 April 2021

'Considerable' issues such as red tape and checks

Pilgrim puts workers on three-day week amid export ban

29 April 2021

China's ban on UK pork exports hits sector

Consumers urged to eat a wider range of egg sizes

28 April 2021

Doing so benefits the welfare of hens

Public becoming environmentally-aware when buying food

28 April 2021

First Milk surveyed adults on food and climate change

Substantial fall in dairy and meat exports to EU

26 April 2021

Food exports to bloc well down compared to 2020

Perthshire farm secures six-figure support to meet demand

26 April 2021

Stewarts of Tayside is UK's largest swede grower

Intelligent fruit and veg robots head for next phase

22 April 2021

Dutch-made robots can perform multiple tasks

Dairy farmer diversifies into tomatoes to boost family farm

21 April 2021

He wanted to put the family farm on sounder footing

Low quality food imports served in schools, charity warns

21 April 2021

RSPCA calls for higher food sourcing standards

MPs urge public procurement of British produce

21 April 2021

Govt told to do more to back British farmers

Retailers are stocking less British pork, survey shows

18 April 2021

This is despite calls to support the sector

Scottish election 2021: 'Use procurement powers to back farmers'

15 April 2021

Next government told to support producers more

UK food exports to EU well below last year's levels

14 April 2021

February trade figures still show slump