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Liz Philip, Executive Principal of Askham Bryan College see's work begin on the new Agri-Tech Centre at Westfield Farm

Work starts on Agri-Centre at Askham Bryan College

Tesco in breach of industry code

Rod Smith with his Agrii agronomists, Andrew Wallace (left) and Eric Horsburgh (right) and the winning crop. (53642863)

World wheat record is official

Laura Ryan, sector strategy director at AHDB Beef and Lamb

Beef and sheep sector should make most of home market

Minette Batters, NFU deputy president (52325542)

NFU pushes to win part payments for farmers waiting for CAP payouts

Update on Basic Payment Scheme

Farm organisations welcome help for flood hit Yorkshire farmers

Funding help for flooded farmers in Yorkshire

Red meat levy boards propose change in distribution of income

The most important part of calibrating a fertiliser spreader is to tray test that machine with the intended fertiliser

Farmers urged to check fertiliser spreaders prior to spring

Miscanthus growing in flood water

Energy crop miscanthus could help with flood-prone land

An image from Post War Land Drainage by William Alderson

Farmer's memories of creating agricultural land in North Yorkshire and the North-East is turned into a book

Stephen Wyrill, national TFA chairman.

TFA chairman urges consumers to make more use of domestic milk

Millgate Lucy made the top heifer price of 7,500gns when purchased jointly by G & JA Sedgewick, of Aycliffe, and John Richardson, of Dufton. Picture: Wayne Hutchinson

Top prices paid at Limousin Red Ladies Derby

NFU and AHDB Dairy hold free seminar to advise farmers

Dairy group invites MPs to hear their plight

Pictured with the 2015 Skipton Christmas supreme champion prime lambs are Martin Brown (front left) and Val Brown (front right), judges Martin McIntyre (back left), Thomas Shepherdson (back middle), buyer Tom Wood (back right) and David Findlay (front mid

Browns win Skipton's festive prime stock show

Farmers warned of possible scams as grant payments arrive

Bob Dixon, chairman of Wensleydale Agricultural Show, with Judith Carlisle stepping-down as secretary.

Show secretary of Wensleydale Agricultural Show steps down after eight years

Payment service failures

Phil Twizell, national Free Range Egg Producer of the Year

Good Egg Fellas, of Sadberge, wins national award

Campaign to launch British suckler beef breeding herd

BPS payments to start next week

Matthew Howarth, the judicial review expert with Yorkshire law firm Gordons who represented the National Gamekeepers Organisation and Ricky McMorn in their case against Natural England.

Court rules against Natural England over common buzzard licences

"Get ready for 2017", potato growers told

Supreme champion Red Hot Honey from M Harryman and S Warriner of Pickering.

Pickering's Red Hot Honey wins overall beef championship at 2015 English Winter Fair

Ian Buchanan, left, BWMB chairman, with Roger Evans

BWMB conference: collective wool marketing important

The Hunday sale attracted a large crowd of more than 1,000.

John Moffitt's collection of historic tractors sold for £500,000

Farming minister George Eustice

Technology is key to future, says Farming Minister

Paul Harrison with his 2015 Skipton South Devon heifer champion

South Devon Herd Book Society’s fourth annual show and sale at Skipton

Vintage tractor rally raises funds for young farmers in Teesdale recently

Young Farmers' Club reports (November 20)

About 22 tractors turned out for the Tractor Road Run in support of the Barnard Castle Young Farmers

Vintage tractor rally raises funds for young farmers in Teesdale

Kyle Merry is doing his Sainsbury's farming apprenticeship at Yorkshire Farmhouse Eggs

Teenager from Thirsk is one of Sainsbury's first farming apprentices

Speakers at the conference included, from left, Richard Fuller, Lee Leachman and Tim Rymer

Beef Improvement Group hears producers should aim to first calve at two years

Farms minister George Eustice. Picture: Wiktor Dabkowski / PA

'No rationale' for price penalties on abbatoir cattle, says minister

Chancellor George Osborne

Concern as Defra agrees 30 per cent cut to budget

Pictured at the Farm Stay UK Yorkshire ladies cheque presentation are (from left) Mary Pearson, of Lovesome Hill Farm B&B, Northallerton; Helen Gowans, regional fundraiser North for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance; Caroline Barker, of Cundall Lodge Farm B&B,

Right recipe for Farm Stay UK, after raising funds of £12,000 for Yorkshire Air Ambulance

REBRANDING: GrowHow has rebranded its business as CF Fertilisers UK Ltd

Re-brand for GrowHow

Free range hens enjoy the outdoor life on the farm

Free range eggs to go on sale in Co-op

The Government has been urged to ensure tens of millions more trees are planted in England

Government urged to plant more trees

This Ferguson Brown type A tractor has a guide price of £12,000 to £15,000.

Hunday Collection of tractors expected to fetch £400,000

Plans to expand two national parks

Specialist potato event at Harrogate

Trueman Jagger who sold for  the world record price of 140,000gns (£147,000).

Truman Jagger sells for record price at Carlisle

Michael Gallagher with his top price 5,600gns Skipton dog.

Records tumble at Skipton's sheepdog sale

Prince Charles calls crisis summit for upland farmers

Runner-up champion young handler Jack Whiteford, eight, and Sooty, with judge Elizabeth Roberts, and overall young handler Max Clough and his Dutch Texel lamb

Browns are runners-up at Countryside Live for fifth time

Luke and Beth Wilkinson with Millie, their reserve supreme champion and Yorkshire bred, owned and shown winner, with Martin Wood, of sponsors Ripon Select Foods.

Brother and sister take reserve title at Countryside Live

Brian Richardson, chief executive of the H&H Group.

H&H Group's latest acquisition makes it largest auction mart operator in UK

(l-r): Michael Eavis, president of the Royal Bath & West Society; James Warren, judge; Rebecca Jarvis and James Young, handlers; and Andrew Vickery, Old Mill.

Yorkshire farmer enjoys success at Dairy Show with Shorthorns

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