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Concern over government plan to ratchet up animal welfare

Government plans to ratchet up animal welfare rules must not leave UK producers unfairly disadvantage, say livestock industry leaders.

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Get the most from sugar beet crop

Cold spring weather has piled the pressure on sugar beet growers to get the most from crops and optimise yields.

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Farm walk to say ‘thank you’ for local support

Award-winning rapeseed grower Whizz Middleton is strengthening links with other food producers and consumers.

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Take T2 action to maximise wheat potential

High grain prices and variable spring weather mean finalising T2 or flag leaf fungicide decisions in winter wheat must be carefully assessed this season.

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Retirement scheme – good for some but not others

A long-awaited government scheme to encourage older farmers to leave the industry could be attractive for some producers, say industry leaders.

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Don’t take risk with energy agreements

Landowners should think twice before signing renewable energy agreements which could see them tied into astronomical bills and unsuccessful projects.

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Savings to be made on farm electricity bills

Farms and rural estates could make significant savings on their energy and heating bills by reviewing supply contracts that have been allowed to run on without being reviewed.

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New Countryside Code urges visitors to act responsibly

Farmers should welcome visitors to the countryside, says new government guidance which urges people to act responsibly when walking on rights of way.

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Changing land use offers opportunities for farmers

Global warming, government policies and environmental pressures are set to see big changes to farmland, says a report.

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Vintage machinery collection sale includes Series 1 Land Rover

A Series 1 Land Rover will be among the sought after principal lots at a vintage collective sale due to take place next month.

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