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Landowners in project to hide power lines

News Last edited 07/08/17
Landowners will be working on a £200,000 grant scheme to reduce the visual impact of electricity transmission lines running through the High Weald’s historic medieval landscape.

Live exports must be banned post Brexit

News John Harvey Last edited 07/08/17
Compassion in World Farming has called for live exports of farm animals for slaughter and fattening to be banned after Brexit.

Prime minister visits farm

News Last edited 07/08/17
Prime minister Theresa May visits Randall Farms Ltd in Berkshire, which has featured in South East Farmer. Randall Farms is in Mrs May’s Maidenhead constituency.

Sales of new free range milk falter

News John Harvey Last edited 07/08/17
Sales of milk from a new brand of milk which was supposed to mirror the success of free range eggs have failed to start.

Growers to benefit from £250,000 seed plant investment

News Last edited 03/08/17
Openfield unveil investment in seed production plant in time for this year’s harvest.

Buyers flock to first sale of the season

News Last edited 01/08/17
Hobbs Parker Auctioneers reported a 100% clearance at its first store lamb sale of the season, held on 28 July at Ashford Market, Kent.

Young Farmers’ Clubs pledge to deliver more farm safety training

News Last edited 26/07/17
With Farm Safety Week (24-28 July) in full swing, the National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs (NFYFC) is calling on its 624 clubs to commit to delivering a potentially life-saving farm safety training course to its 25,000 members.

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