Improved pig profitability is the aim of the 2012 BPEX Professional Manager Development Scheme.
Rising oil prices appear to have caused a surge in biofuel production last year, according to figures from US research organisation Worldwatch
My blog post last week about Gleadell having made its first shipment from the revamped port at Rye in East Sussex prompted a call from one eagle-eyed reader this week
The Renewable Energy Association has set up a campaign urging government to support the generation of heat and power from biomass
Farmers attending this year’s Dairy Event and Livestock Show will get the chance to debate a range of business topics
A big rise in exports saw more than 67,000t of fresh and frozen beef leave the UK in the first six months of this year.
The first cereal shipment has left Gleadell’s refurbished and expanded export facility at Rye in East Sussex
Sheep farmers selling wool to Irish merchants have been advised to check for any tax implications when doing so
The amount of wheat, barley and oilseed rape in the ground for this harvest were all above last year, according to provisional results from Defra’s June 2011 Census
Farmers and budding cheese makers looking for a cheaper way into the food manufacturing sector, now have a possible way in following the launch of a mobile cheese-making trailer
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