Turnout is not far away, and now is the time to be considering what vaccinations should be carried out to protect livestock from disease
Carlisle-based H&H Group PLC today announced a strong set of interim results for the six months to the end of December 2013
Despite coming from an urban background, South Tyneside teenager Abbie Small, 18, is making her way in the world of agriculture
Consistent and long-term investment allowances and better taxation tools are areas the NFU is urging George Osborne to address in the Budget.
Newton Rigg College near Penrith is holding its popular Lambing Day on Sunday, March 16
Darlington Farmers' Auction Mart held their weekly Sale of Cast Cattle, Store and Breeding Stock
Retailers should listen to customers and support British farming by stocking more British food, NFU past president Peter Kendall said.
Researchers from the US have found new advantages in using female sexed semen.
Store & breeding sheep - An increased entry of 286 hoggs were forward with trade buoyant with a top call of £66 for a pen of mules from Messrs Gate, Low House, Cockermouth
Farmers are warned of grass staggers after rain leached minerals from the soil and potassium is more aggressive on magnesium than thought
The NSA Northern Region presented the TI Allinson Memorial Award for lifetime achievement to Peter Lee of Morley Hill near Allendale
One of the first major dairy events of the year will look at the drawbacks and advantages of expanding herd numbers. Jo Blakemore reports
The Crown Estate has been urged to spell out its plans for the former Rio Tinto Alcan farming portfolio, amid concerns local people are in the dark
Defra Minister George Eustice told this week’s NFU Conference in Birmingham that the future was looking bright for British farming.\nFood
Farmland prices hit a record high in the final six months of 2013, having jumped around 15% in the space of a year, a new survey reveals
New media graduate Oliver Swinburne from Shotley Bridge has helped bring Northumberland County Show communications into the 21st Century
Farmers are invited to a free meeting on the CAP reform and tax issues on Monday at 6pm at Eden Arms Hotel, Rushyford , near Bishop Auckland.
The Beef Shorthorn Society has reported a record level of uptake, with registrations up 67% in the past five years
The February edition of the Border and Lakeland Holstein club sale took place in Carlisle, with a quality offering.
Exhibitors from around the UK have pushed livestock entries to record numbers for this year’s Borderway Dairy Expo.