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NSA provides the perfect prize for lucky East Sussex farmer

News Last edited 06/06/18
A more perfect prize could not have been found for lucky Tristan Pengilley of Hailsham, East Sussex, who has been announced as the first winner of the National Sheep Association (NSA) 2018 membership prize giveaway.

Managing the new water rules

News Last edited 05/06/18
From 2 April 2018 all farmers in England have been required follow a new set of farming rules for water. Separate from cross compliance the rules will be regulated by the Environment Agency.

Pay farmers to put grass leys in arable rotations

News John Harvey Last edited 29/05/18
DEFRA’s “Health and Harmony” consultation on food and farming policy after Brexit has closed. In this special report, South East Farmer talked to individuals and organisations across the region about what they think the new policy should look like.

Campaign to halt the spread of bovine TB

News John Harvey Last edited 29/05/18
MPs have stepped in to back a campaign to stop large numbers of cattle being moved from areas which are a high risk for bovine TB to low risk areas.

Furley Page appoints new partner

News Last edited 23/05/18
A "first class lawyer" who joined South East law firm Furley Page as a senior solicitor two years ago has been promoted to partner to lead the agriculture and rural business team.

Growth leads to expansion

News Last edited 23/05/18
New regional office with new appointments for JD Cooling Group.

New resource to help farmers address biosecurity

News Last edited 22/05/18
LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming) has launched a new technical guidance booklet to help livestock farmers improve biosecurity.

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