March 4 2015 Latest news:
A national campaign has been launched to highlight the importance of food and farming ahead of the general election.
Thousands of people who flocked to the Easton College campus over the weekend were greeted by up to 30 lambs – some of which were just hours old.
An agriculture student from King’s Lynn is researching whether a change of diet for livestock could lead to more efficient calf-rearing.
The question of how to manage the increasing demands on East Anglia’s finite water resources will be discussed by farmers, academics and business leaders next month.
Farmers are being urged to throw open their gates to the public this summer – and to equip themselves with the knowledge to make the experience as valuable as possible.