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A mental well-being app is being rolled out to Young Farmers in a pilot scheme to support young people in the Scottish agricultural industry for the first time ever.
A group of scientists have put together a roadmap for properly managing phosphorus to help farmers cope with sky high fertiliser prices and reduce water pollution.
In the third of our series looking at how English farmers across all sectors are coping with the phasing out of the Basic Payment Scheme, Abi Kay talks to sheep farmer Jonathan Murray about what he is doing to mitigate the loss.
Industry bodies have welcomed an announcement from Government that 45,000 seasonal workers will be allowed into the UK for the 2023 growing season.
Ministers have been accused of allowing England to ‘free ride’ on Scotland and Wales to meet climate targets for farming.
Ministers have been accused of allowing England to free ride on Scotland and Wales to meet climate targets for farming.
Welsh farm groups have welcomed the news that direct payments to farmers in 2023 will remain the same as they have over the past three years.
Planning authorities will have a responsibility to consider food security for the first time ever when approving new applications, following a planned change to the policy framework.