The early start to harvest this year has proved to be a real bonus for seed production businesses offering an extension to the usual very condensed processing window for autumn seed crops, writes Richard Torr.
A glorious summer and even the glorious 12th has passed – the dawn of a new season in the world of field sports, writes Tim Main.
It is worth stressing to land owners and tenants alike the importance of complying with notice periods laid down by statute and in particular to draw attention to time limits and the fact that missed legal deadlines will often prove to be disastrous if they are missed, writes Steven Corfield.
My friend just told me she was taking her puppy to the vet for the one-off visit that needs to be done now he’s six months old, writes Rosemary Allen. I’m being discreet here.
New regulations that will give farmers flexibility over how they implement EU rules have been announced today by Environment Secretary Owen Paterson.
This year sees Shropshire Federation of Young Farmers celebrate 70 years with an anniversary ball at Ludlow Racecourse for some 500 guests, on June 7.
A long-established and thriving family farm of in Staffordshire is set to be decimated by HS2 plans, destroying 15 out of 19 buildings and forcing the owners and their family to make another life for themselves.
A huge crowd is expected at a farm walk taking place in Shropshire on May 29 .