Agriculture News

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Jack Hanson started selling fruit and veg on Wisbech Market when he was 12.

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Cambridgeshire's biggest employer of seasonal workers - G's of Barway - is to create a workers' village on a 28 acre site near Prickwillow to house nearly 600 people.

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Deputy county council leader Roger Hickford will not find out until at least the third week of January the outcome of an inquiry into his tenancy of a £400,000 farmhouse and nine acre county council farms estate tenancy.

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Finding enough migrant workers to supply Fenland's factories and farms post Brexit is proving a financial boost to those wanting to stay here and work.

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A giant tractor made from 62 straw bales won this year's Weetabix 'Wheat Art' competition.

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A 1903 Ivel Agricultural Motor - described as the most important tractor ever to come to auction in the UK - sold for over £328,000 at Sutton near Ely.

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When a helicopter landed at Willow Farm, Little Downham, it was for farmer Ross Taylor "the best day ever".

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A March schoolgirl has raised hundreds of pounds after cutting off her hair to help children and young people battling cancer.

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