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Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme introductory sessions confirmed

Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme introductory sessions confirmed

  Farmers across the UK are being invited to join a major new programme being led by The Prince’s Countryside Fund. Endorsed by HRH The Prince of Wales, the charity’s Patron, The Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme will provide free practical and essential business support and one-to-one guidance to 300 small dairy, livestock and mixed family […]

RABDF appoints Matt Knight managing director

RABDF appoints Matt Knight managing director

The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers has appointed Matt Knight as managing director with responsibility for commercial operations. Tim Brigstocke continues as the Association’s policy director. Mr Knight joined RABDF three years ago as event director to manage the Association’s portfolio of farming events to which Saltex, the UK’s national event for grounds care, […]

Farmers set to benefit from new partnership between Yara and Pessl Instruments

Farmers set to benefit from new partnership between Yara and Pessl Instruments

Yara International ASA (Yara) and Pessl Instruments are announcing a new partnership to market the Yara Water Solution as part of the Pessl Instruments’ eco-system of smart farming solutions. With increased water scarcity and agriculture consuming 70% of the global freshwater resources, demand is surging for new agricultural solutions. The new partnership will offer improved […]

Pembrokeshire businesses highlight why farming matters to rural economy

Pembrokeshire businesses highlight why farming matters to rural economy

Pembrokeshire businesses have put the spotlight on the rural economy, highlighting how valuable the farming industry is to the local community, at a recent farm open day arranged by the Pembrokeshire branch of the Farmers’ Union of Wales. The event was hosted by dairy farmer Meurig Harries and his family at Eithinman farm, Wolfscastle, Haverfordwest. […]

CAAV welcomes Treasury’s commitment to farming

CAAV welcomes Treasury’s commitment to farming

The Central Association of Agricultural Valuers has welcomed reassurance from the Treasury that funding will continue for new agri-environment agreements starting before Brexit. Chancellor Philip Hammond made the announcement on Tuesday, 3 October, ending months of uncertainty over the future of Countryside Stewardship payments. Having previously stated that the government would honour funds for projects […]

Kangaroo meat company jumps at chance to expand in Europe

Kangaroo meat company jumps at chance to expand in Europe

  The world’s largest premium kangaroo meat distributor is set to establish a processing plant in Europe to target the home cooking market. Macro Meats commercialised production of kangaroo in the late 1980s and now processes about 10,000 tonnes of the lean red meat a year for human consumption in more than 30 countries. The […]

New office, new team for the Pasture-Fed Livestock Association

New office, new team for the Pasture-Fed Livestock Association

The Pasture-Fed Livestock Association (PFLA) has moved to a new office and strengthened its team of paid staff. This follows a surge in membership passing 250, and the establishment of varied initiatives surrounding the rearing and selling of 100% grass-fed beef, lamb and dairy products. The PFLA has moved to the new business innovation centre […]

NSA highlights threat potential Australian trade deal would pose to UK sheep sector

NSA highlights threat potential Australian trade deal would pose to UK sheep sector

The National Sheep Association (NSA) is encouraged to see activity already taking place to negotiate trade agreements for when the UK leaves the European Union – but is seriously alarmed that Australia, a global sheep meat exporter, is proposing a free trade deal. Australia currently has a quota to export just under 20,000 tonnes of […]

New appointment to Zoetis UK poultry team

Today Zoetis announced the strengthening of its poultry team in the UK and Ireland with the appointment of Kaska Talpa as Poultry Field Services Manager. Ms Talpa has more than 10 years’ experience in the UK poultry industry. After two years with Deans Foods as assistant farm manager on an organic egg layer unit in […]

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