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LAMMA ’18 – announcement from Briefing Media

LAMMA ’18 – announcement from Briefing Media

LAMMA, the UK’s largest farm machinery, equipment and agricultural services show, has been unable to open to the public today due to safety reasons. High winds overnight caused serious damage to stands and structures across the East of England Showground, forcing the event to be closed early. Hundreds of visitors who arrived early were held […]

Farmer-led innovation provides policy inspiration at Agricology field day

Farmer-led innovation provides policy inspiration at Agricology field day

More than 80 farmers, policy-makers, researchers, and representatives from the NFU and Wildlife Trust attended Agricology’s on-farm field event at Daylesford Farm in Oxfordshire last week focusing on the potential of reintegrating livestock, leys and arable to diversify the rotation. Bringing together participants of the annual Oxford Farming Conferences, this over-subscribed event enabled participants to […]

Midlands Machinery Show 2017 earns positive recognition from farming community

Midlands Machinery Show 2017 earns positive recognition from farming community

Inventive machines – there were plenty on show. Innovative ideas – many were shared. Yet the key talking point during the Midlands Machinery Show 2017, which took place on 22 and 23 November at Newark Showground in Nottinghamshire, was the opportunity provided by the show to bring the agricultural industry together. Returning for the fourth […]

Making room for pollinators need not harm farm productivity

Making room for pollinators need not harm farm productivity

Farmers attending two recent Campaign for the Farmed Environment events heard from experts that supporting pollinators and crop pest predators can help improve crop yields, delivering a win-win for farming and wildlife. The two events, held in Hertfordshire and Gloucestershire, were in partnership with Kings and Syngenta. Speakers shared their research as well as guidance […]

The big questions for UK agriculture post-Brexit

The big questions for UK agriculture post-Brexit

In just 21 months’ time the UK agricultural sector will operate outside The Common Agricultural Policy, so how quickly will changes be felt, what form will the changes take, and how will the UK manage to take charge of its own agricultural destiny? These were some of the questions addressed at a recent event organised […]

In ovo nutrition and hypoxic exposure as new strategies in chicken production

In ovo nutrition and hypoxic exposure as new strategies in chicken production

From 8 to 11 May, more than 1,600 scientists and poultry nutrition specialists from over 60 countries came together in Salou/Vila-seca (Tarragona). The European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition (ESPN 2017), organized by IRTA, consisted of 4 days brimming with knowledge and discussions on the future of poultry nutrition and production. It is important to remember […]

Marks & Spencer commits to World Angus Forum 2017

Marks & Spencer commits to World Angus Forum 2017

Leading premium retailer Marks & Spencer has been confirmed as headline sponsor of the World Angus Forum 2017 which takes place in the UK and Ireland this summer. Covering farm tours and events across Scotland, England and Ireland, the World Angus Forum will take in visits to both the Royal Three Counties Show and the […]

NSA takes hill and upland report to the heart of Westminster

NSA takes hill and upland report to the heart of Westminster

A hugely successful four-day National Sheep Association (NSA) exhibition in the Houses of Parliament culminated yesterday afternoon (Thursday 15th December) with a reception hosted by Food and Farming Minister George Eustice and featuring sheep farmers from Devon and Cumbria. NSA welcomed the exhibition and reception as an opportunity to highlight its report on the Complementary […]

Interesting times: exceptional surplus masks vulnerability in global grain markets

Interesting times: exceptional surplus masks vulnerability in global grain markets

Grain markets are entering an unprecedented fourth year of surplus but all is not as it first appears. With comfortable stocks and record production continuing to put pressure on world prices, a dramatic shift in global supply dynamics could add vulnerability to the market. For the UK though, the depreciation of the pound since June […]

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