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EU sanctions hit UK fruit growers

News John Harvey Last edited 03/10/14
European Union sanctions on Russia have “screwed” the market for English top fruit producers.

Safaris booming on farming estate

News John Harvey Last edited 03/10/14
Wildlife safaris are being run on a West Sussex estate which has turned conventional farming into the largest private rewilding project in lowland Europe.

UK comes top at world young shepherd challenge

News Last edited 03/10/14
There was plenty of cause for celebration among the UK competitors in the World Young Shepherds Challenge in France on Wednesday.

Public vote open for local producers award

News Last edited 03/10/14
Produced in Kent’s prestigious Taste of Kent Awards 2015 are now in full swing. Public voting was officially opened on Wednesday night at the awards’ brand new launch reception at Winterdale Cheesemakers’ cheese barn in Wrotham.

Flock of Pedigree sheep mauled in latest dog attack

News Alice Dyer Last edited 01/10/14
Two farmers from Kent have spoken out about the emotional and financial blow after a horrific dog attack took place on their farm on Friday 26th September.

Farmers looked at more favourably

News Last edited 16/12/14
More of the British public think positively about farmers and farming than last year according to a recent OnePoll survey commissioned by the NFU.

Farmers called on for big bird count

News Last edited 30/09/14
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) has announced that its second Big Farmland Bird Count will take place between 7th and 15th February 2015. This leading UK research charity is asking farmers, landowners, birdwatchers and gamekeepers to spend 30 minutes recording the species and number of birds seen on one particular area of the firm this coming winter.

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