Visit the UK’s leading indoor agricultural event, with eleven packed halls of the very latest in agricultural machinery and equipment. Now at the NEC, Birmingham this is free to attend and free to park.
Women were instrumental in agriculture throughout World War I and here, Cherish Watton, Women’s Land Army historian and founder of womenslandarmy.co.uk, shares an account from former Land Girl Dorothy Eddowes.
The idea small family businesses are a dying breed is not the case at R.J. Balson and Son, which has stood the test of time for more than 500 years. Emily Ashworth finds out how they have stood the test of time.
Pippa Woods is a name widely recognised within the farming industry, and, on meeting at her home in Osborne Newton, Aveton Gifford, it is clear to see why. She tells Lauren Dean just exactly why small family farmers must
For more than 60 years Ken Patterson has been selling farm machinery and is now recognised as far more than just a salesman. Emily Ashworth meets the man who has witnessed six decades of change in the sector.
Stoicism is synonymous in the farming industry and nowhere is that more apparent than with Scottish hill farmer Jean Lindsay. Ewan Pate visits the 90-year-old at Runavey Farm, on the Invercauld Estate.
Jack Flusk and Katie Swift are safeguarding the future of the historic saddleback bloodline through conservation grazing sites. Emily Ashworth visits the couple to see how preserving the breed plays a part in preserving the land too.
Wiltshire dairy farmer Kate Gallop has raised thousands of pounds in aid of Macmillan Cancer support by opening her farmhouse garden to the public. Aly Balsom takes a closer look at her labour of love.
Between its thousands of members, the Women’s Land Army managed to feed the nation during Britain’s darkest years. Here, Emily Ashworth examines the work of the women, their dedication and their humble attitudes towards their contribution.
Some of our most iconic cultural sites are based in rural areas, but what role does farming play in their preservation? Danusia Osiowy finds more about the conservation and restoration work on the White Cliffs of Dover
As the number of pubs continue to decline, rural communities are fighting to keep their local pubs open. Such is their strength of spirit, residents are now creating unique hubs to flourish in the future. Marie Claire Kidd reports.
A mutual appreciation for cultural heritage and community spirit has helped build the most unlikely friendship between Yorkshire Dales farmer Bill Bland and ex-office worker Rob Thacker. Olivia Midgley finds out more about
Alongside the Women’s Land Army, The Women’s Timber Corps was equal in contribution to the success of World War Two, but still its legacy remains mostly untold. Emily Ashworth looks at the vital forestry work thousands of women undertook.
The hardy fell pony has been part of the Cumbrian landscape for years and, now, thanks to lifelong enthusiast Libby Robinson, their past will be celebrated and their future protected. Danusia Osiowy finds out more.