In a landmark year for Norfolk's Young Farmers' Clubs, the organisation's new county press officer LUKE WING says there has never been a better time to join the YFC.
A violent killer hornet which decapitates and eats its prey could "decimate" Norfolk's native honey bees if it was allowed to invade the county, beekeepers have warned.
Two brothers have landed the plum job of running the fruit orchard planted by their pioneering great-uncle - extending a family tradition stretching back 40 years.
One of the nation's finest collections of vintage tractors has raised thousands of pounds from buyers across the world after going under the hammer in Norfolk.
A willow grower near Beccles said he was amazed by the turnout at an open day which attracted 1,500 visitors and raised more than £4,000 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
A Norfolk-based agricultural buying group has grown to its "strongest point yet" - allowing it to deliver £800,000 back to members in its largest-ever crop protection rebate.
Bigger hedgerows, precision delivery of fertilisers and improving animal health are among the ways the farming industry hopes to hit ambitious "net zero" greenhouse gas targets.
East Anglia's farming leaders have criticised a university's "overly-simplistic" approach to reducing its carbon footprint by taking red meat off the menu.
Volunteers who devoted almost 2,700 years of combined loyalty to the Royal Norfolk Show have been celebrated with the event's first long service awards for stewards.
A multi-million pound programme which equips financially-vulnerable family farms with free business skills training is coming to Norfolk for the first time.
A major investment in an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant on the Norfolk-Suffolk border signals the long-term viability of green gas, an expert said.
An ambitious environmental project aiming to improve Norfolk's quality of life by mapping a wide range of "sustainability indicators" will be launched in Norwich next week.
Climate change is affecting more than a third of our breeding bird populations, according to new research - with more winners than losers emerging from the warmer winters.
A rare chance to tour one of East Anglia's more unusual farm crops will be on offer at a charity open day this weekend.
A killer fungus has been deployed as a biological weapon against alien invaders sweeping across the Norfolk Broads.
The Norfolk Ploughing Society (NPS) is gearing up for its 2019 competition season after a successful fundraising year in 2018.
The UK's first commercial crop of chickpeas has been harvested in Norfolk- helping to feed a growing demand for vegetarian and Asian cooking ingredients.
The worrying implications of a no-deal Brexit for East Anglian agriculture dominated the discussions as an MEP toured farms in east Suffolk.
Giant straw statues have been built in a Norfolk stubble field aiming to attract the attention of the next generation of young farmers.
Two long-standing Norfolk farming institutions will join forces for a special one-off celebration to mark their significant respective milestones this year.
Ancient wildflower meadows are being brought back to life using seeds harvested from Norfolk's roadside verges - often the last strongholds of declining plant species.
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