Farmers aren’t always what they used to be – and core values are disappearing fast, says Fen Tiger.
Fields of blue borage abuzz with bees make a pretty picture. Harvested carefully, they also make a pretty penny. Judith Tooth reports.
Agriculture must get its fair share of water – even more so amid the twin pressures of climate change and population growth, says Paul Hammett.
A Suffolk farming family has helped raised thousands of pounds for charity – alongside running a successful arable business that supplies major supermarkets with top quality produce.
Farmers across East Anglia and the Midlands are expected to see long-term business benefits following the opening of Camgrain’s latest grain processing and storage facility at Kettering.
A commercial approach to agriculture and a keen eye for an opportunity have served Roger Frere well during his career with Frinton Farm Partners.
Monitoring drilled crops is vital this month to keep pests and diseases at bay, says Richard Overthrow.
East Anglian farms can cut their most common rat and mouse challenges markedly by better rodenticide choice, reveals the latest national farm rodent control study.