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Festive shoppers are planning to ‘give the gift of local’ this Christmas, despite cost of living pressures, according to new research.
Native breeds are genetically and culturally important, but they also provide delicious food for the festive period. Farmers Guardian explores how you can put them at the heart of Christmas celebrations.
Veterinary medicines will continue to flow into Northern Ireland from Great Britain in 2023, following a decision by the EU to grant a three-year extension to the current grace period.
In the fourth and final piece of our series looking at how English farmers across all sectors are coping with the phase out of the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS), Abi Kay talks to Tom and Joe Bramall about life without direct
Meat chiefs have reacted with anger after the National Food Crime Unit (NFCU) refused to investigate adulteration of poultry feed in Poland.
Households ate more meat and cheese in the years 2020/21 than they did in 2016/17, despite pressure to reduce their intake.
Public trust in farmers has increased post-pandemic in the UK, even as confidence in food authorities took a big hit, new research has found.
In the third of our series looking at how English farmers across all sectors are coping with the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) phasing out, Emma Penny talks to Cheshire arable farmer Robert Cross.