A farm near North Walsham is being sold for the first time since 1823 - ending almost 200 years of a Norfolk family's farming tradition.
Young farmers' clubs from across the county battled for trophies at the 2019 Norfolk YFC Rally - the biggest competition day in the club calendar.
Champion Norfolk potato grower Thomas Love is dipping a toe into organic production.
It was a lifelong passion that began almost 70 years ago - but now after amassing one of the UK's rarest vintage tractor collections a Norfolk enthusiast is putting his pride and joy up for auction.
A rare combination of financial factors has created a window of opportunity for farms hoping to invest in the long-term resilience of their business, said rural agents.
Artificial intelligence, computer vision and ultra-scale imagery have been combined in a hi-tech project to help East Anglian farmers harvest better lettuce crops.
Farming industry leaders have demanded tougher sentences for "livestock worrying" following a horrific attack by two dogs which left 33 sheep dead in a Norfolk field.
A Norfolk farmer has described the aftermath of a frenzied attack on her flock by two blood-thirsty mastiffs, whose all-night killing spree left 33 of her sheep dead or dying.
Norfolk's champion farm business for 2019 is an estate steeped in agricultural history - but it is focusing on the future with a youth development drive and a pledge to reduce artificial chemical use.
The need for better water infrastructure was among the investment priorities which farmers discussed with treasury minister Elizabeth Truss during her visit to the Royal Norfolk Show.
A total of 891 years of experience and loyalty to the agricultural industry were honoured during the long service presentations at this year's Royal Norfolk Show.
A leading voice for Norfolk's farming community has been honoured for his outstanding contribution to agriculture and the countryside.
A lifelong passion for poultry and rabbits has kept Colin Clark coming back to the Royal Norfolk Show for 65 years - an "unrivalled" dedication which has been rewarded by event organisers.
The tumultuous last century of war, political upheaval and technological advancement which shaped the county's farming industry was celebrated with a colourful pageant at the Royal Norfolk Show.
The big beasts which are the beating heart of the Royal Norfolk Show are rising in number every year - a trend which organisers attribute to the event's growing national reputation for top livestock competitions.
A livestock veteran with "pigs in his blood" has been rewarded for 50 years of dedication to the Royal Norfolk Show.
An enthusiastic conservation effort to revive a lost population of grey partridges has been honoured with the first trophy to be presented at the 2019 Royal Norfolk Show.
The new Diss Monitor Farm project has been launched with a wide-ranging discussion on the agronomic, political and even lifestyle factors affecting farm business decisions.
"Vertical farming" techniques which could reduce agriculture's footprint, limit food miles and open new markets were among the many new innovations on display at the Royal Norfolk Show.
Firefighters warned that lives and property could have been threatened by a large straw stack blaze at a Norfolk farm - its second suspected arson attack in two months.
Haymaking from the 1930s and 1950s will be the focus of the traditional celebration of bygone farming methods at this week's Royal Norfolk Show.
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