Chris Hill

One of the longest-serving secretaries to the country’s oldest farmers’ club, Frank Read, has died aged 84.

An annual tractor run will hit the road during the Easter weekend to raise money for a charity close to the heart of one of its organisers.

The value of grazing land in the Broads has risen “considerably” in the last year, according to auctioneers after their annual marsh lettings.

Norfolk’s rural communities are being failed by a government which has cut budgets for the departments and agencies looking after the countryside, peers have warned.

Emma Gunton of HR and talent specialists Waddington Brown explains why businesses need to have a good understanding of the millennial employee, which by 2020 will make up 50% of the UK workforce.

East Anglia’s army of sugar beet growers have warned of potentially “fatal” damage to their industry if the government abolishes import tariffs after Brexit.

East Anglia’s main land-based college has elevated its interim principal into the role permanently so she can continue to drive improvements and restore its Ofsted rating.

Norfolk’s only commercial producers of shiitake mushrooms have been rewarded for their environmental efforts – winning an accolade which has shone a light on this fascinating enterprise.

As the application window opens for this year’s Basic Payment Scheme (BPS), farmers have been advised to be aware of rule changes which will affect arable enterprises in East Anglia.

A farm has won recognition for its environmental work after newly-created habitats were found to be supporting important wildlife species – including a rare beetle.

Widespread domestic abuse is a huge issue for policing in Norfolk, the county’s crime commissioner told farmers at a club event.

A Fenland arable farmer has won a national award recognising excellence in the pursuit of consistent, high-quality wheat yields.

Norfolk dairy farms fought off competition from across the country to claim national British Friesian titles at the Borderway UK Dairy Expo 2018 in Carlisle.

Tighter environmental regulations, weather extremes and evolving disease threats are among the arable challenges which will demand a new approach to crop agronomy in East Anglia.

More than 110 people took part in a charity clay shoot which helped North Walsham Young Farmers’ Club raise £2,108 for a life-saving Norfolk charity.

A “hands-on” experience with animals, crops and technology brought more than 160 schoolchildren to the Norfolk Showground to learn about the Science of Farming.

As part of our regular series of profiles on the region’s Young Farmers’ Club members, 21-year-old TIFFANY PAYNE talks about the varied challenges of working self-employed.

Farmers have been urged to help shape the future of their industry at meetings across East Anglia which will guide the sector’s response to a major government policy consultation.

An overview of the financial, tax and property issues facing farmers will be discussed by industry experts at an event in Halesworth next week.

Feeding the birds can help see them through the winter – but it can also put wildlife at risk of diseases at garden feeders, a study warns.

The recent severe weather brought a timely reminder of both the vital importance of food security and the “public goods” provided by farmers, says KIT PAPWORTH of north Norfolk farming contractors LF Papworth Ltd.

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