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Quality content recognised

News Last edited 19/07/21
South East Farmer’s quality content has been recognised by a new body set up to support professional advisers working with sheep farmers.

ELMS funding commitment

News Malcolm Triggs Last edited 19/07/21
With information about the Government’s new Environmental Land Management schemes (ELMS) slowly emerging, Environment Secretary George Eustice shed more light on the plans at this year’s Groundswell Agriculture Show held at Lannock Manor Farm, Hertfordshire.

BEE ROAD aims to plant pollinator ‘pit stops’ across Britain

News Last edited 30/06/21
Arla BEE ROAD aims to plant ‘pollinator pit stops’ across farmland, back gardens and window boxes in a bid to support biodiversity.

Pioneering new training course for the organic sector

News Last edited 30/06/21
Independent awarding body, BASIS, has collaborated with OF&G (Organic Farmers and Growers) and Abacus Agriculture to develop a brand new training course.

Strong end to the 2020 wool selling season

News Last edited 29/06/21
As the shearing seasons starts to gain momentum, British Wool have confirmed that the wool market is continuing to recover with the 2020 selling season ending strongly with robust demand and improving prices.

Pioneering ‘leaky dam’ pilot project hopes to reduce flooding in Berkshire

News Last edited 29/06/21
A pioneering natural flood management scheme is helping to “slow the flow” of the River Pang, aiming to reduce the risk of flooding in the local area.

“Horrendous” dog attack highlights cost of sheep worrying

News Malcolm Triggs Last edited 21/06/21
A sheep farmer who has lost tens of thousands of pounds as a result of her animals being attacked by dogs over the years has welcomed new legislation designed to tackle the problem.

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