Norfolk farming news

little tern at Winterton

Jubilation followed by heartache: 
all in a little tern summer

It is surely a wonder of nature that Britain’s rarest seabird faithfully returns to the Norfolk coast each spring after a hazardous 3,000-mile migration route from West Africa, crossing the stormy waters of the Bay of Biscay en route.

Read full story »

Baconsthorpe ponds being restored. Project workers, Carl Sayer, Gizem Bezirci, Lucy Roberts, Lucia Lencioni, Emily Smith and Ian Patmore.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Pond restoration scheme launched on farm near Baconsthorpe

A pioneering scheme to breathe new life into neglected ponds across Norfolk began this week at Beckett’s Farm near Baconsthorpe in north Norfolk.

Read full story »

Ram lamb Magnum

Watton Green farmer proud to export French breed back to France

A Norfolk farmer is proud to have achieved the agricultural equivalent of carrying coals to Newcastle.

Read full story »

Work Party from Atkins erecting cages for reed planting to deter feeding by geese and deer

New wildlife haven in west Norfolk reaches landmark stage

Many of our region’s coastal reserves, such as Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Cley Marshes, have built international reputations as wildlife havens.

Read full story »

James Archer of Archers Butchers, Norwich

Norfolk butchers rise to the shopping challenge

Two Norfolk butchers have become regional finalists in the Butcher’s Shop of the Year Awards.

Read full story »

loading...

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT