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Livestock has been introduced to a south Dorset ‘super nature reserve’ in a bid to bolster both biodiversity and tourism
The Government has unveiled a multi-million-pound package, along with a £12.5 million competition, to help drive on-farm innovation
Tenant Farmers Association chief executive George Dunn said the Government's ‘steady as you go approach' was an unsatisfactory outcome
More than half of the solar panels needed to hit national net zero targets could be fitted on rooftops and in car parks, leaving land for food and nature, a study has found
A row has erupted following Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer’s pledge to allow houses to be built on the green belt.
A number of farmers are ‘combining' their talents in a bid to raise awareness and funds for two national charities.
Morocco and the UK have celebrated closer trade ties since Brexit, with the two countries looking to further grow the trading relationship, although the UK horticultural industry has warned of the dangers of overreliance on one market.
The time for talking is done and the Government must now act on its promises to farmers. That was the stark message delivered to Defra following the pivotal UK Farm to Fork Summit, which was held in Downing Street this week.
Protecting food production will now be one of the considerations for those signing up to the next round of the Landscape Recovery scheme, Defra has revealed.