Maintaining historic bloodlines
In our latest series on the next generation we look at how one young farming couple are conserving the historic genetics of four generations of work.
What did the 2001 foot and mouth crisis really teach us?
On 19 February 2001 news spread that a case of foot and mouth disease had been discovered on an Essex farm. Far from isolated, within two weeks livestock from Scotland to Cornwall had been found to have the disease as one of the biggest crises in the history of British agriculture began.
Addicted to Sheep
Aired for the first time nationally, Addicted to Sheep is a brutally honest feature length film documenting the highs and lows of an upland tenant farm.
Battle of the conferences
This week farmers will flock to Oxford to attend the two conferences on everyone’s lips- The Oxford Farming Conference and the Oxford Real Farming Conference.