Shropshire law firm Lanyon Bowdler has been reappointed to the legal panel of the National Farmers’ Union.
The academic term at Harper Adams University came to a close at the end of June, the students completing the year in style with their 12-hour Summer Ball, writes Jaclyn Green.
The application window for Countryside Stewardship is open from July to September with the first agreements starting on January 1, 2016, writes Charlotte Webster.
It is good to see the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust leading the way in new research into achieving optimum production alongside increased greening, writes Tim Main.
The farming community is close-knit and quite frequently farmers will, as a matter of goodwill, lend their friends and neighbours machinery and equipment free of charge, writes Steven Corfield.
With farmers across the country continuing to suffer heavy losses through oilseed rape crop damage following restrictions to the availability of neonicotinoids, the NFU has asked the Government for an emergency-use derogation to allow farmers to use seed treatments in rapeseed this autumn.
A row has broken out over the way the Staffordshire and Birmingham Agricultural Society runs the English Winter Fair. Almost half the committee has been sacked.
England’s pilot badger cull is working and should be rolled out to other parts of Britain, including Mid Wales, Shropshire’s former environment minster has said.
Shropshire Rural Hub in conjunction with West Mercia Police is holding a series of Crime Prevention Events starting on Tuesday, April 28 at Chilton Farm, Atcham, Shrewsbury SY5 6QN by kind permission of Richard Adney.