With a ruthless competitive streak, an eye for a winner and a determined work ethic, a Norfolk cattle breeder is stockpiling trophies and attracting international attention – all at the age of 16.
The annual summer spectacle of the harvest has provided fertile ground for East Anglia’s photographers – as this collection of pictures from EDP readers proves.
A popular annual celebration of bygone farming techniques and machinery will return to north Norfolk next month.
Overseas buyers are expected to maintain a keen interest in second-hand UK farm machinery this autumn, due to the continued weakness of the pound.
Conservation efforts have so far failed to improve pollution levels on the River Wensum, according to an updated survey of riverflies – regarded as a key indicator of river health.
Farmers risk hefty fines unless they check their silage clamps to ensure toxic run-off is not polluting East Anglia’s waterways, warned an agricultural insurance expert.
A life on the land brings particular pressures for those working in isolated rural surroundings, says JO HOEY of farming’s mental health charity YANA (You Are Not Alone).
The arrival of Highland cattle on a little-known Norfolk nature reserve marks the culmination of a conservation ambition which began more than 20 years ago.
Despite the topsy-turvy summer weather, a Norfolk farm business is expecting to make the earliest-ever finish to its cereals harvest – having already claimed a record yield for its winter barley.
East Anglian farmers will need to think twice before using peas and beans to fulfil their ecological responsibilities, following changes to the “greening” criteria for subsidy payments.
A Norfolk farming couple said they were “overwhelmed” to have won the Wayland Show’s top livestock trophy for the second time.
A commitment to diversification and self-improvement has earned a young livestock farmer an industry accolade at this year’s Wayland Show.
Small family farms could be lost from the East Anglian countryside by 2050 unless post-Brexit policies protect the diversity of our landscape, warns a new report.
A wild swan has tested positive for bird flu in the Norfolk Broads – prompting renewed warnings for poultry keepers to be on their guard against the disease.
One of the country’s longest-running agricultural shows will welcome thousands of visitors to Watton today – promising a modern twist to the traditional rural showcase.
East Anglia’s farmers are starting to play a crucial role in preserving scarce species of arable flowers – and now conservationists have asked for the public’s help too.
The first major grain export of the season is being loaded at Great Yarmouth port, while East Anglia’s farmers hope for better weather to allow them to complete the rest of their harvest.
Thousands of East Anglian households will be asked to test a Norfolk-made food preservation device as part of a £30,000 waste reduction trial.
A consortium of six East Anglian farmers will undertake field trials to assess the optimum use of organic fertilisers, generated as by-products from anaerobic digestion (AD) energy plants.
As the Wayland Show prepares to welcome thousands of visitors to Watton on Sunday, an extraordinary archive of old photos and documents has emerged which reveals how people enjoyed the show in bygone centuries.
As part of our regular series of profiles on the region’s Young Farmers’ Club (YFC) members, MILLY SCARBOROUGH-TAYLOR explains the process of rearing game birds.
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