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College fined

News Malcolm Triggs Last edited 14/09/20
Plumpton College has been fined £50,000 and ordered to pay costs of almost £45,000 after it was prosecuted by The Environment Agency for causing the deaths of more than 1,500 fish.

Putting the record straight

News Malcolm Triggs Last edited 17/08/20
The price of wool has been in the spotlight for some time, with several South East Farmer commentators joining the debate in last month’s edition. Their comments prompted Rye sheep farmer Frank Langrish, who trades as Langrish Farmers, to offer to put the record straight.

Free rodenticide resistance testing service resumes

News Last edited 06/08/20
Appeal to pest controllers, farmers and gamekeepers for samples

Pioneering project to revive ‘lost woods’

News Last edited 06/08/20
Massive project looks to revive the 'lost woods' of southern England.

Blenheim boosts timber returns with English Willow

News Last edited 30/07/20
Landowners with willow plantations could secure better returns – and reduce their carbon footprint - with new competition in what was previously a relatively closed market.

Success is sweet as honey

News Last edited 29/07/20
An inspiring campaign to help save bees by creating a new network of wildflower corridors has smashed its target of raising £75,000.

Celebrating 40th anniversary with an eye on the future

News Last edited 24/07/20
Helping its fresh produce and fresh food customers respond to peaks and troughs in demand and providing innovations in materials and packs has been the focus for fresh food packaging supplier Produce Packaging as it celebrates its 40th anniversary.

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