STABILISED AT WEIGHTON WOLD

Cattle and cereals have played their part for generations for one farming family in the East Riding and today are mainstays at the farm...

COOL CATS AND HOT DOGS!

The RSPCA issues advice on keeping animals cool as the weather hots up. The RSPCA has urged pet owners and farmers to keep their animals...

NSA QUESTIONS WWF CREDIBILITY OVER ‘POLLUTING LAMB’ CLAIMS

The National Sheep Association (NSA) has rejected findings from a recent World Wildlife Fund (WWF) report that claims the traditional Welsh dish of lamb...

WOODLAND TRUST INUNDATED WITH REPORTS OF EARLY SPRING EVENTS

The Woodland Trust’s Nature’s Calendar project has received a wave of reports, which suggest spring events are happening early. So far, 352 individual pieces of...

NEW VIDEOS LAUNCHED TO HELP FARMERS IMPROVE SOIL HEALTH

A new series of practical videos to help farmers understand and improve soil health has been launched today (Wednesday 27 June 2018) at the...

CONNECTING WITH THE PUBLIC THROUGH MILK, MEAT AND MUSIC

Chris Berry visits ‘Oscar’ winners the Ross family in Morthen Winning a ‘Rural Oscar’ doesn’t necessarily mean everything in the English country garden (or farm)...

INSPIRATIONAL WOMAN FROM YORKSHIRE DALES IS SWIMMING THE ENGLISH CHANNEL TO...

29 year-old Kayleigh Davies from Skipton is getting ready to swim the English Channel to help a cause close to her heart. Kayleigh has been...

A ‘LOGICAL’ AND COST-EFFECTIVE APPROACH TO IMPROVE UPLAND GRAZING

Bracken spreads at a rate of 3% per year, which doesn’t sound a great deal, but after just eight years, this means that a...

NFU LAUNCHES NEW PLANTS AND FLOWERS PLEDGE

During British Flowers Week, the NFU has today launched its new NFU Plants and Flowers Pledge and is challenging retailers to back British plants and...

UK FARMING UNIONS SET OUT PRIORITIES FOR NEXT PHASE OF BREXIT

The four UK farming unions have agreed a set of priorities for achieving the best Brexit outcome for UK farming. Presidents Barclay Bell, Ulster...

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