Norfolk farming news

David Missen

New positive mood in farming

The results of a new survey show farmers in East Anglia are looking to the future with optimism and planning for growth.

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Baling up the straw on a hot summer July evening near Brundall.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Sun shines on harvest - but prices are the black cloud

The message from Norfolk farmers is “so far so good” as sunny weather has helped make it a smooth start to the harvest.

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Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss.

Tokenism, climate change, King’s Lynn incinerator, farming and food: Q&A with Environment Secretary and Norfolk MP Elizabeth Truss

Q: We were due to speak last week, but then there was a Cobra meeting following the Malaysian air crash. Has it been a hectic start?

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Fun at last year's show

Rural traditions showcased at Wayland Show

The Wayland Agricultural Show, one of the UK’s longest running traditional agricultural shows in the UK, returns to Watton from 10am on Sunday August 3 to provide families with a fun-filled and educational day out in the Norfolk countryside.

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Brian Watts

Green drive on Bernard Matthews farm sites

Managers at Bernard Matthews farm sites have been rising to the challenge of finding ways to increase biodiversity in an initiative launched earlier this year.

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