John Royle says it is time for retailers to promote different cuts of British lamb, and for processors to adapt to develop new markets.
The government has launched a wide-ranging review of the business rates system. We want your thoughts
NFU Mutual has launched a ground-breaking online risk management service designed to help small farms.
This week: Neonicotinoids, one year on; Country of Origin Labelling; Animal welfare survey expected soon; Commission adopts Scottish and Welsh RDPs.
New legislation to tackle fly-grazing comes into force today following years of lobbying by the NFU.
DAIRY LATEST: Summary of the NFU's work on the dairy price squeeze - see how we're working for members.
British lamb sourcing and longer term, more stable relationships with suppliers were among the key issues discussed when the NFU met with Tesco today.
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WIN a cookery school experience for you and a friend by entering our latest competition.
Ever wondered what your friendly farmer along the road produces? Get out on farm for this year's Open Farm Sunday 7th June 2015!
1-5 June will be Health Eating Week, with the NFU being one of the supporters and 2.5 million children preparing to get involved across the UK.
The NFU Crops Board sets the agenda and delivers a vision for arable farming.
The NFU Horticulture and Potatoes Board creates business opportunities for growers.
The NFU Dairy Board is committed to the long-term future of the industry.
The NFU Poultry Board works hard to represent and protect the interests of its sector.
The NFU livestock board is committed to ensuring a profitable and sustainable sector.
NFU Sugar represents all sugar beet growers in the UK and negotiates on their behalf.
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