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Stakes are high with underinsured haystacks

News Last edited 13/10/21
An agricultural expert is urging farmers to take stock of hay and straw stacks after a productive harvest – or risk their investment going up in smoke.

Wider investment for college

News Malcolm Triggs Last edited 11/10/21
Another South East land and environment college has invested in new dairy equipment to give its students a greater understanding of the future of the industry.

Baffling decision leaves pigs at risk

News Malcolm Triggs Last edited 11/10/21
The Government’s decision to bail out an American fertiliser company while leaving many UK pig farmers facing ruin has left Essex pig farmer Jack Bosworth “completely baffled”.

Wool price increases as new carpet yarn launched

News Last edited 11/10/21
A new 100% British wool carpet yarn backed by British Wool has been hailed as “a very positive move” by sheep farmers in the South East.

Prices and demand at British Wool auctions continue to increase

News Last edited 29/09/21
The fifth British Wool sale of the 2021 season took place and despite challenges in terms of haulage, transport and energy prices, the wool market sees continuing strong demand and improving prices.

BASIS Classroom moves to a new online learning platform

News Last edited 22/09/21
BASIS, an independent standard setting organisation within food production and land management, have developed their digital learning services further by updating the BASIS Classroom.

Connecting with nature

News Last edited 22/09/21
Surrey nurture farm which helps children connect with nature secures CLA Charitable Trust funding.

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