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Helen is a fifth-generation farmer who farms with her parents, David and Anne Shaw, husband, Craig, and their children, Alfred and Hattie, at Grey Leys Farm in the Vale of York. The farm comprises 162 hectares (400 acres) of grass, maize and wholecrop for the herd of 240 pedigree Jersey cows and more than 200 followers
In March 2012 I was notified that one of our cows looked like she had bovine TB in her organs after slaughter
Figures released by the British Cattle Movement Service (BCMS) for 2023 show that British Wagyu has more than doubled its numbers on the year
David TC Davies is the Member of Parliament for Monmouth and the Secretary of State for Wales - "Farmers are the custodians of the land and the main guarantors of our food security"
Installing an 80-point rotary parlour to futureproof milking on a south Wales farm has cut milking times in half and provided the opportunity for the next generation to grow the herd
Hard work and a keen eye for stock has resulted in a herd and farm fit for the future for Rob Pierce and family
Kate Rowell is a fifthgeneration farmer running the 750ha (1,853-acre) Hundleshope Farm on the Haystoun Estate, Peebles, where the family have been tenants for 150 years. She runs the hill unit with her husband Ed and their four children. She is also a vet and chair of Quality Meat Scotland
Amy works on her family’s tenanted farm at Halsall, Lancashire. Working mainly with her dad, Amy farms 285ha (704 acres) of arable crops and 550 beef cross cattle which are all reared through to finishing. You can follow her on Instagram @amygingewilkinson