A combine harvests a cereal crop

Agriblog

Should a horse that has competed for his/her country be allowed to compete for another country? - 22 August 2012

With rumours rife that our top GB olympic gold medal winning dressage horses are likely to be sold out of the …

Telecoms consultation proposes changes for landowners - 17 August 2012

Landowners who have telecoms equipment on their land, or who could have in the future, should act now to avoid …

Who owns what? Means testing for care fees - 8 August 2012

Residents are required to meet the cost of care from their own assets until they have exhausted all but £23,250 …

Legal issues with dairy industry’s woes - 23 July 2012

The current crisis in the dairy industry with a return to pricing lower than the cost of production, does not …

A busy news week in Agriculture! - 13 July 2012

The last week or so has been very busy for anybody trying to keep up with news issues affecting the …

Ruling on discharge of restrictive covenants - 26 June 2012

It is reported by PLC today that in Re Brainshaugh House [2012] UKUT 112 (LC), the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) …

Olympic Games to open with Agriculture - 13 June 2012

The Opening Ceremony of the London Olympics is set to feature the British Countryside, including a farmer tilling a field …

Fly grazing rockets as traveller community exploits legal loophole - 31 May 2012

CASES of fly grazing, where horses are illegally dumped on private land, have shot up in recent months bringing misery …