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The Cumbrian farming community has vowed to continue the fight to secure land-based education at Newton Rigg College, despite a review concluding the site will shut as ‘no new suitable owner’ can be found.
Covid-19 has hit the education sector hard but agricultural colleges across the country have innovated new methods in the face of adversity to attract prospective students and conduct business as usual. Mollie Leach reports.
Three young people in the early stages of careers in farming provided an insight into how they got into their current roles when speaking at the Lincolnshire Farming Conference. Jonathan Wheeler reports.
The University of Edinburgh Students Association is the latest body to join the anti-meat campaign following a bad-tempered meeting where agricultural students were denied a voice before being shown the door.