A patch of farmland in Shropshire has been put up for sale for around £2.75 million – more than £1,000 per acre more than the record-breaking sums for which land in the region has recently been changing hands.
We are really lucky in this country to have lots of choice of farmhouse cheeses, writes Heather Briggs.
There is no escaping the fact we live in an increasingly online world, writes Angela Cantrill.
Today’s date was flagged last year as the day when our food supplies would run out if all the food produced in Britain, in a year, was stored and eaten from January, writes NFU regional director John Mercer.
‘From seed to ware’, Potato Council’s biennial seed strategy conference, widens its appeal for the whole supply chain on November 25.
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 .