Harlow MP Robert Halfon met glasshouse growers at the House of Commons last month to mark National Salad Awareness Day.
The recent horse meat scandal is a lesson for us all, says Fen Tiger
Venison and lamb from a Suffolk estate is highly sought by London’s top restaurants
From shed to supermarket – a carrot and parsnip business started three generations ago is helping to feed the nation. Judith Tooth reports
Tweaking sprays according to crop condition will be especially important this season, writes Richard Overthrow.
Agricultural contracting is very much a service industry – and Oliver Arnold is proud to keep his customers happy.
A well-intentioned farm questionnaire ends up thrown in the bin by Fen Tiger.
More than 300 agricultural apprentices are to be recruited within two years in a new joint initiative launched this month by Easton&Otley College, Anglia Farmers and AtlasFram. Judith Tooth reports.
Auctions are still the best way to sell livestock, says David Ball of Norwich market. Judith Tooth reports.
Crops will be requiring more attention as the weather warms up, writes Richard Overthrow.