The NFU in association with Foot Anstey solicitors and Francis Clark accountants are holding three seminars around Devon to help provide NFU members with guidance and support on how best to avoid potential pitfalls that exist in running your farming business.
This is a great opportunity for NFU members to gain a competitive advantage, interrogate the experts…. and get a free meal...
The UK’s farming unions are calling for the four UK farming ministers to hold a joint meeting with them to find solutions to the serious problems facing farmers.
The dairy, lamb and arable sectors in particular are seeing serious challenges. Official figures show that the number of dairy farmers in England and Wales has gone down constantly over the time. Since January 2015, 236...
More funding needs to be directed towards river maintenance to ensure flooding problems do not get worse, and land in rural areas recovers as quickly as possible the NFU said todahave said.
NFU Deputy President Meurig Raymond said flooding problems in parts of the country over the Christmas and New Year period had reinforced the need to ensure a balance between Government investment in...
With educational farm visits soaring in popularity for children and care groups, the pioneering Visit My Farm website has been given a bright new look to help farmers make their land more accessible than ever.
The re-vamped site was launched at the AIC Conference on Wednesday by FACE (Farming And Countryside Education) on behalf of the Access to Farms network of organisations.
The National Farmers Union today announced that pilot badger culls have started to help bring bovine TB under control.
Bovine tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease of cattle. The scale of infection and the cost make bovine TB one of the biggest challenges that the cattle farming industry faces, particularly in the west and south west of England.