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Green Party policies will cause chaos in the countryside and damage conservation

News | Last edited 14/04/15
Policies contained in the Green Party manifesto would inflict severe damage to conservation while wiping £2 billion from the economy every year.

Spray docks in silage crops now

Arable | Last edited 14/04/15
The best time to tackle dock infestations in silage crops is before first cut

Tell your general election candidates about the Value of Shooting

News | Last edited 14/04/15
BASC are urging farmers and landowners to ask their local candidates about their position on shooting.

Pesticide plan positive news for farming industry

News | Last edited 14/04/15
FARMERS in the South East are set to benefit from a move to tighten up the supply of specialist pesticides.

Dealing with bullies at school

Writers | Sarah Calcutt Last edited 01/04/15
Christine Tacon, the groceries code adjudicator, has reassured suppliers that she has a duty to protecrt them when they are passing on information about supermarkets.

Farm close to the M25

Property | Last edited 01/04/15
For sale

Have another go

Property | Last edited 01/04/15
Last spring the government introduced new measures designed to allow the conversion of agricultural buildings to residential use writes Canan Clatworthy of Batcheller Monkhouse.

No future with grass weeds on heavy ground

Writers | Kevin Attwood Last edited 01/04/15
Enough of politics and planning, spring has arrived albeit in fits and starts and farming is on the agenda.