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New research from Queen’s University Belfast suggests a change in feed was key to reducing the carbon impact of pig farming in the UK.
In a new report published by the UK's Food and Drink Federation (FDF), exports of food and drink fell by 13.8 percent in the first half of the year, compared to 2019; yet there remain reasons for optimism.
The new funding aims to support UK dairy farmers who have seen decreased demand for their products since bars, restaurants and cafes closed as part of lockdown measures.
The £1 million promotional campaign taps into the need for personal moments during lockdown – designed to highlight the role fresh milk and dairy plays in these challenging times.
Competition rules have been temporarily relaxed to allow the dairy industry to work together more during the coronavirus crisis.
Data released by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) said that there is a “great deal of uncertainty” around approximately a tenth of England's potato crop as farmers review the damage of the flooding.
The BMPA has issued a statement saying it would welcome a meeting involving everyone in the supply chain.
Delegates from DEFRA and AHDB get first-hand insight into the Chinese import market at 16th annual China International Meat Industry Exhibition...
A new agreement that will see British farmers and food producers export pork to Taiwan for the first time is expected to be worth in excess of £50 million over the next five years.
DEFRA has issued the guidance and has provided a package of financial and technical advice to help farmers reduce emissions.