October 1 2014 Latest news:
Farming life of yesteryear was brought back into focus today, at the annual Michaelmas Trosh, held at Breck’s Farm, Skeyton.
Norfolk’s largest community farm scheme received a boost with the visit of one of the country’s most respected organic farmers.
Fears have been raised that farmers and wildlife could both lose out as a result of the new CAP (Common Agricultural Policy) regime that comes into force next year.
Efforts are under way to encourage more of the region’s growers to become retailers by opening a farm shop on their land.
Farming costs including fertiliser, animal feed and fuel have fallen in the last year, according to the latest agricultural inflation measure published by a Norfolk-based buying group.