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How will Brexit affect your business? We ask the experts

How will Brexit affect your business? We ask the experts

The UK must now work harder than ever to promote British produce overseas following the vote to leave the European Union.

Brexit uncertainty circling devolved nations

Brexit uncertainty circling devolved nations

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said preparations would begin for a second independence referendum in Scotland, following the UK’s decision to exit the European Union.

No agreement reached on glyphosate relicensing

No agreement reached on glyphosate relicensing

No agreement has been reached by an EU appeal committee on the relicensing of glyphosate

Eustice interview - Farming Minister seeks to reassure industry over Brexit

Eustice interview - Farming Minister seeks to reassure industry over Brexit

Farming Minister George Eustice has outlined his thoughts on the historic vote to leave the EU and sought to reassure farmers about the implications.

FUW calls for assurances for family farms following Brexit

FUW calls for assurances for family farms following Brexit

The Farmers Union of Wales (FUW) has written to all the political party leaders seeking assurances for agriculture and family farms in the post-Brexit arrangements.

RSABI urges community to 'Help Us Help Them'

RSABI urges community to 'Help Us Help Them'

Scotland’s rural charity is encouraging the industry to back its ’Help Us Help Them’ campaign and raise £150,000 to help stamp out rural poverty.

Hereford bull from Leicestershire wins beef judging at Royal Highland Show

Hereford bull from Leicestershire wins beef judging at Royal Highland Show

THE beef inter-breed title went to the Herefords with the November 2013-born bull, Normanton 1 Laertes, from Will Livesey, Normanton le Heath, Leicestershire.

Glyphosate gets eleventh-hour reprieve from European Commission

Glyphosate gets eleventh-hour reprieve from European Commission

Glyphosate will continue to be available to UK farmers for the next 18 months at least, after the European Commission stepped in at the last-minute to re-authorise it.

Rural projects receive share of over £550,000 in PCF funding

Rural projects receive share of over £550,000 in PCF funding

Rural projects from throughout the UK have received a share of over £550,000 in the Prince’s Countryside Fund’s latest round of funding.

First Milk announces A and B milk price increases

First Milk announces A and B milk price increases

First Milk is to increase its A and B milk prices from July 1.

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