Plans are now well under way for the 2014 Farmers' Charity Auction, which will be held at Borderway Mart, Carlisle, on January 24.
Cattle rustlers have cost a Cornish farmer an estimated £250,000 after 17 of his Belgium blue cross herd were stolen in the dead of night
The CLA in the North has welcomed recommendations on the CAP future from the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee.
John Swan Ltd held its second Annual St Boswells Christmas Cracker with a fantastic show of cattle forward
Thousands of children have experienced a hands-on day of rural life and learned important lessons thanks to Glendale Agricultural Society
Scots Gap Mart was the venue for Cambo Young Farmers Club’s charity stockjudging night
Farmers will have the choice of reporting sheep movements using a new electronic movement reporting system for sheep from April 1
The NFU has called on Government to ensure that future policies recognise the critical link between water and food security.
The legendary Black and White Sale at Borderway Mart was a 90% sell-out to average nearly £4000
Focusing on reducing unnecessary fixed costs could save some lowland and Less Favoured Area suckler herds £100 per cow, said Eblex
Rural enterprise hubs could help digital, media and creative industries to achieve their economic potential, say university researchers
Sion and Claire Williams, from Carmarthenshire, were presented with the NSA Cymru/Wales Young Achievement Award at the Welsh Winter Fair
Farming and our methods of food production are open to political decisions. Neither the EU nor US systems are perfect and are subject to political manouvering. Bruce Jobson provides an insight
Beef farmer Donald MacPherson from Berwick scooped a national business prize after using what he discovered abroad to boost business.\n
Coppicing has been given a new lease of life in a partnership between The Sill project and Bedale-based Heritage Craft Alliance Ltd.
North East egg producer Lintz Hall Farm has won two prestigious contracts with Morrisons and Tesco
The European Commission is proposing to allow cultivation of maize 1507, as the variety is known, a genetically modified maize variety
The reform of the Common Agricultural Policy has led to furious activity in the EU Commission, and in Whitehall, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast
Will the CAP process affect you when it comes to your tax planning and should you be taking steps now to ensure your position is protected?
A series of specialist meetings for tenant farmers is being organised by the NFU in the North East this winter