Agriculture News

Thu, 10:02

A village farm company is urging people to dig deep and help the environment for this year’s National Tree Planting Day.

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A surge in demand for ostrich meat has prompted a Fenland farmer to diversify into breeding and raising the birds.

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A farm worker retires this month having spent his entire working life with J Gilbert & Son in Littleport.

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A top legal firm is working with Cambridgeshire County Council to review and redact documents associated with an internal audit into a farm tenancy for deputy leader Roger Hickford.

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One of the most critical global challenges the human race faces is how it is going to feed the world’s population, both now and in the future. Norwich Research Park is shining a light on food security today as part of Agri-Tech Week.

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A Fenland construction and agriculture firm has announced a national partnership.

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The 40ft in the Fens is open again after a tractor came off the road and its trailer became stuck on the embankment.

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A Fenland road was closed this afternoon after a tractor and trailer went off the road – and a second followed.

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Sting their cars, seize their dogs, bombard them with community protection orders – and take their photo.

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Residents on the Norfolk/Cambridgeshire border must pay £650 a year (plus VAT) if they want to continue to use an iron bridge.

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An East Cambridgeshire Construction company has “expanded considerably” by buying a new fleet of small trucks, excavators and lorries after seeing a smaller side of its business unexpectedly boom during the Covid-19 lockdown.

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The chairman of the audit and accounts committee of Cambridgeshire County Council expressed frustration over delays to a probe into the awarding the tenancy of a council owned farm to deputy leader Cllr Roger Hickford.

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Fenland featherweight Jordan Gill paid a visit to one of his long-time supporters as they prepare for the end of the potato harvesting season.

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Police proudly showed off the photograph of a Honda CR-V they seized from hare coursers at a Fenland garage.

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Growing wheat in an apple orchard can reduce soil erosion and increase carbon capture, according to a Fenland farmer who has created the UK’s largest “agroforestry” operation.

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A traditional planning condition that only allows ‘members of the agricultural population’ to live in a rural Fenland home could be overruled if planners approve an application for lawful use.

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Fifteen start-up agritech businesses - employing up to 45 people -will have access to new work and research facilities at Barn4, a £2.5m purpose-built facility on the outskirts of Cambridge.

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Editor's Choice

Fri, 15:44

A Wisbech slimmer who has lost 4.5 stone and works in Ely is looking for sponsorship so she can represent the UK in a national beauty contest.

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