Over the weekend, Jeremy Clarkson was in the Sunday Times, noting that while the rest of us were in the garden, enjoying the sunshine, he was in his office filling out government forms for his farming activities. I am sure some of our readers were with him, filling out those same forms. He also rightly pointed out that few farms could manage without the government help the forms provide, but now that Brexit is occurring, the subsidy will eventually stop.
Trouw Nutrition’s new €10,000 HealthyLife grant is available to progressive dairy farmers, nutritionists and veterinarians who are serious about the sustainability and well-being of their herd.
British consumers are being invited to throw their support behind the country’s farmers in the biggest online agricultural event.
GODAN, Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition, has released comments from its executive director, Andre Laperriere, about the impact of coronavirus on the UK food supply chain.
The new logo addresses a number of the challenges that the British food and farming industry face – clearly differentiating to consumers the food which has been carefully produced to world-leading standards, to ensure that it is safe and fully traceable.
The Empower Possibilities program launched by Land O’Lakes and Mars Wrigley culminated this month with a special pitch event in Minneapolis, Minnesota, US.
A protest gathering of IG-Milch, the Austrian farmers organisation, was held at the same time as the Informal Agriculture Council in Schloss Hof, where EU ministers were discussing the fate of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) after the year 2020.