LAMMA is the UK’s largest agricultural trade show, where over 850 exhibitors will host the most extensive array of farm machinery, equipment, and services to be found in one location anywhere in the UK.
Farmer’s wife and mother Louise Pullan recalls how her childhood inspirations influenced her own family’s food tradition and how she became a more confident cook after appearing on BBC’s Masterchef earlier this year.
Flying the flag for pasture fed livestock and the connection between health and farming, Liz Earle speaks to Emily Ashworth about her deep-rooted love for food and the serious impact it can have on our health.
This month marks the 25th anniversary of the Devon Air Ambulance. Here, Becky Sheaves talks to Ann Ralli, now 74, who remembers the unprecedented support from local farmers in her quest to set up the rescue ambulance, following the tragic death of her teenage son.
Husband and wife team Paul and Linda Britchford have been sharing the story of The Women’s Land Army for years and, such is their received enthusiasm to know more, have opened their farm gate to invite people to their on site museum. Kate Chapman visits Lincolnshire to find out more.
Alastair Crown is one of the largest free range pig farmers in Northern Ireland and is responsible for creating the country’s first handmade cured chorizo. Barbara Collins meets the face of Corndale Farm.
Changing consumer tastes and a desire to try out different types of food is leading to a surge in the venison market and, as demand grows, Ben Briggs visits the Cairngorms to meet two pioneers leading deer production and helping shape its future.
Mother and son team Jo and Ed Cartwright are sharing their farming story with the local community and working with the mixed farm’s natural heritage to embrace best practice, as Marie-Claire Kidd discovered when she went to meet them.