Farmers who have chosen to receive their Single Farm Payment in pounds this year can still protect their support from currency movements.
WHEAT improvement programmes should focus on the creation of robust varieties, not just those that deliver high yields, says a Cambridge seed breeder.
TWO Suffolk residential farms, both enjoying stunning locations, have been launched on to the market by Brown & Co.
GROWERS are urged to use pheromone traps to provide advanced warning of orange wheat blossom midge risk as wheat crops approach ear emergence
THE Royal Norfolk Show has seen record cattle entries this year and will put up extra marquees to accommodate the additional numbers.
Cambridgeshire-based Standen Pearson has unveiled details of a new soil separator de-stoner for potato and vegetable crops.
LOCAL MP Jim Paice has been appointed DEFRA minister of state for agriculture.
WHEAT grown by East Anglian farmers will be processed into bio-ethanol following a five-year deal between Fengrain and Glencore Grain.
A GROUP of East Anglian farmers has unveiled plans for an 85,000-tonne grain store and processing centre at Snetterton, Norfolk.
POOR grass means dairy farmers should consider taking their first cut of silage and then cultivating the land for a June-sown maize crop.