Norfolk farming news

Elveden has invested in new methods of storing onions. Farm manager Andrew Francis in the new containment area.
Picture by: Sonya Duncan

Elveden onion success story

The goal is simple enough to express – to make British onions available in British supermarkets every day of the year.

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Farmer Andrew Steward at Rowley Farm, Hilborough. Picture: Ian Burt

Bumper year for stone curlews on The Brecks

Conservation work by farmers and landowners has been praised after stone-curlews in The Brecks enjoyed their best breeding season since 2011.

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Tim Lidstone-Scott who has launched a Norfolk walking company.
Pictured on the Wherrymans Way.

Picture: James Bass

Ex-trails officer taking steps to boost our tourism economy

Former Norfolk County Council trails officer Tim Lidstone-Scott has stepped out on his own – launching his own business WalkNorfolk.

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Catfield Fen reserve. Warden Richard Mason on the fen.

Picture: James Bass

Last-ditch appeal over Catfield Fen

Conservation bodies have come together to issue a final appeal to the Environment Agency (EA) to safeguard the future of a Broads wildlife haven.

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Simon Dunn and his son Alex Dunn at their dairy farm in North Tuddenham. Picture: Matthew Usher.

North Tuddenham farmers highlight crisis in dairy industry

Father and son Simon and Alex Dann have warned that falling milk prices will drive increasing numbers of businesses out of the dairy industry.

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