13-08-2013 01:29 AM
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Farm inspections: guide
This guide is intended to give you some information about how and when government officials might inspect a farm in England. It will tell you about who may inspect your farm, what they are looking for, and why they might visit you.
31-08-2012 08:38 AM
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HGCA 2012 harvest study results
Oilseed rape growers should put as much priority on varietal stability and consistency as outright yield potential, suggests a 2012 harvest study published by the HGCA.
27-08-2012 10:36 AM
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Green Belt: Under renewed threat?
Briefing released by Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) on the renewed threats to the green belt.
27-08-2012 10:34 AM
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Green Belt Threats map
This is a map of green belts in danger, released by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE)
22-11-2011 00:00 AM
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Sheep and Goat Identification Inspections
Scottish Government inspectors carry out Sheep and Goat Identification Inspections annually. These inspections check that keepers of sheep and goats are complying with the identification and traceability requirements in European and Scottish law.
22-11-2011 00:00 AM
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Rabobank Commitment of Traders report
Rabobank Traders report for 21st November 2011
06-04-2011 00:00 AM
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Are pesticide risk assessments for honeybees protective of other pollinators?
DEFRA research project final report
15-03-2011 00:00 AM
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Farming for Birds
To reverse the decline of farmland birds we need to restore arable habitats that have been lost from the wider countryside. Working in partnership, and using the best research, evidence and experience to date.
07-02-2011 00:00 AM
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Optimize Silage Inoculant brochure
More nutrients from field to cow. Optimizeplus silage brochure
02-02-2011 00:00 AM
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Illustrated guide to lowland chalk and limestone grassland
Lowland chalk grassland supports a wide range of plants and animals. The way to maximise this grassland for plants and animals is to get the sward structure right at key times of the year.