Following on from cuts announced over the weekend by Dairy Crest, UK-based processor First Milk confirmed that it will also be cutting prices to producers from 1st October.
Insect charity Buglife has said that government researchers' findings show neonicotinoids were implicated in a "Mass Poisoning of Bumblebee Queens" in greater London
Farmers attending the Tillage Live 2014 agricultural event in Gloucestershire next week can talk with Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) experts on how new European ‘greening’ environmental measures will affect them.
Scientists claim that by cutting meat consumption to two portions of red meat per person per week, tackling food waste and reducing yield gaps around the world climate changing emissions could be brought within sustainable bounds.
Dairy Crest, the leading British dairy company, is announcing a reduction of 1.75 ppl for farmers on standard Liquid and Davidstow contracts from 1st October 2014.