Farmers and rural employers relying on a migrant workforce have been urged not to miss the chance to influence post-Brexit government policy.

Harleston Young Farmers have raised £2,000 for the Teenage Cancer Trust, the club’s chosen charity for the year.

North Walsham Young Farmers have presented a cheque for £3,000 to the East Anglian Air Ambulance, raised by posing naked for a charity calendar.

Carvers of spooky jack-o’-lanterns will have an impressive canvas to work with this year after a near-perfect growing season for Norfolk pumpkins.

For only the second time in almost seven decades, a north Norfolk malting barley grower won both winter and spring barley championships at Holt and District Farmers’ Club.

A diverse dairy business and a quality pig producer are among the East Anglian farms celebrating victory at a national industry awards ceremony.

Growing “future-proof” farm businesses will be the focus of debate among industry leaders and inspiring farmers at this year’s East of England Farming Conference.

Average farm profitability could drop by £23,000 a year in the “worst-case scenario” after Brexit, according to industry economists.

Farmers have the chance to hear analysis and advice on how various post-Brexit scenarios could affect their income – and what action they can take in advance – at a series of roadshows later this month.

East Anglian growers take centre stage in a new recipe book showcasing the best of British food – and the people who produce it.

An outstanding herd of diminutive Dexter cattle near Great Yarmouth retained the top title as 16 farms competed in the second biennial East Anglia Dexter Group Herd Competition.

Farmers growing mustard and mint for the Colman’s factory in Norwich hope their historic supply line will continue as bosses consider the firm’s future location.

The Norfolk HarFest is one-day autumn fair being held in the spectacular, historic setting of Norwich Cathedral Close today to celebrate the county’s food and farming produce. Here are five good reasons to visit:

A celebration of Norfolk’s farming bounty is expected to draw 5,000 people into Norwich’s Cathedral Close today for an event aiming to bring the countryside into the heart of the city.

Field trips to the farm can teach children about much more than agriculture – and an education partnership has brought mutual benefits for Barnham Primary School and farm managers at the Euston Estate.

Norfolk’s farming community is set to be hoisted onto a global platform after the county was chosen as the headquarters for an organisation promoting agriculture across the Commonwealth.

Food, farming and the “water of life” will take centre stage in Ely Cathedral during its annual harvest festival weekend.

Harvest yields for wheat and barley this year were well above the five-year average, according to provisional government figures.

A team of East Anglian students represented their country against 19 other European nations at a “farming Olympics” in Germany.

A 1.4pc rise in farm workers’ wages has been recommended by a rural property consultancy, as a guide for rural employers.

As part of our regular series of profiles on the region’s Young Farmers’ Club members, LOUIS COOPER explains how an apprenticeship has helped him towards a career in agricultural engineering.

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