Serving the Farming Industry across East Anglia for 35 Years
New lease of life for rare breed livestock

Traditional native livestock could be given a new lease of life as the government seeks to encourage sustainable farming practices, says a rare breed expert.

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Revitalising grassland can get more from tired leys

Revitalising grassland can get more from tired leys

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Brexit puts pork sector at risk of standstill

Red tape and paperwork are hampering pork exports to the European Union – bringing parts of the industry to a standstill and risking knock-on effects on farms.

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Campaign sees £2.5m boost in lamb sales

A six-week campaign to encourage shoppers to buy British lamb has generated an extra £2.45m in sales.

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Worstead Estate: Wagyu beef proves a winner from Norfolk estate

Judith Tooth visits the Paterson brothers – producing top of the range beef and hosting weddings in a former woodyard.

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Farm leaders join forces to oppose live export ban

Industry leaders are taking joint action to ensure livestock exports can continue after the government unveiled plans to ban the trade.

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Order early to secure preferred maize seed

Farmers planning to grow maize next year are being advised to place seed orders well in advance to secure their preferred variety.

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Sheep sector hits back over minister’s ‘wrong’ no-deal Brexit comments

Defra secretary George Eustice is under fire after suggesting that mixed farms could produce less lamb and more beef in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

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How to make full use of 2020’s high quality maize

Despite a difficult start to the season and problems with drought for some growers, most of the UK’s maize crops have delivered decent yields and good quality.

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Fodder crops could prove lifeline for dairy and livestock producers

Dairy farmers looking to manage the risks of forage gaps could find the increasing range of fodder crops playing a bigger role.

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