Rebecca Veale looks at dairy farm size and the link to animal health and welfare.
Defra and the RPA must step up efforts to increase the number of farm businesses who will receive BPS payments in December and into January.
All eyes will be on the farming sector as the Conference of Parties (COP21) come together at the UN's Climate Change Convention.
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Farming Minister George Eustice has said that a ban on beak trimming will not be introduced in the UK from January 2016.
We've looked in more depth at yesterday's Autumn Statement and Spending Review announcements.
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Director of policy, Andrew Clark, looks at our lobbying to open US beef and lamb export markets.
Our thoughts on today's Autumn Statement.
Lee Abbey explains why raising problems in the supply chain was timely at a cross sector event for the food industry.
Ahead of the first BPS payment window, Richard Wordsworth reveals the extra information farmers will want to know now.
NFU livestock chairman Charles Sercombe has again been in Brussels to raise the concerns of the UK sheep and lamb sector.
The NFU has earned two major prizes at the 2015 CorpComms Awards.
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The latest edition of the NFU's membership magazine, British Farmer and Grower, should be arriving on your doorsteps today.
Is consumer power affecting the way businesses operate in the supply chain? Ruth Mason takes a closer look.
Winter weather means there is an increased risk of high levels of mud getting onto the roads. As well as being illegal, this is a problem which has led to serious accidents.
Budget cuts must not impact Defra's responsibilities for driving through its food and farming strategy, animal health, flooding or its payment functions.
Which levy-funded activities can help levy payers build better businesses will be the subject of a series of open meetings to be held by the AHDB.
The RPA has said it is 'on track' to make the majority of BPS payments before the end of December.
NEW REPORT: Serious problems continue to plague the fresh produce supply chain which may force growers to reduce the amount they produce.
The NFU will this week ask the RPA if it is still on track to start making full BPS payments in December.
Get the latest from the eleventh round of EU-US trade talks.
The RPA has published the BPS 2015 What Happens Next? guidance leaflet.
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Young graduate Rachel Hibberd visits a British mega-dairy farm and discovers the truth about the way animals are treated and live.
Did you know that you can back British farming by buying a British Christmas tree? Brush up on your Christmas tree knowledge.
The NFU, Worshipful Company of Farmers and John Deere teamed up at the Lord Mayor's Show on Saturday.
Prince Charles asks shoppers to "help by buying British food whenever we can".
Defra hopes a five-year Great British Food Campaign, will lead a 'food revolution'.
Our 'Pocket Guide to the Iconic British Hills and Uplands' wowed an expert panel to win a special industry prize.
Autumn harvest brings seasonal British favourites like pumpkins - but is there a shortage scare this Halloween?
Sky lanterns may look pretty, but did you know the frames can kill or harm farm animals?
Back British Farming with Taste National Parks England - celebrate the top quality food and drink produced in England's stunning landscapes.
Autumn is the end of season for lots of delicious British produce, but with a bit of planning ahead, you can preserve the best of British to enjoy at any time of the year.
Scientists tap into the anti-cancer properties of rhubarb.
In the news: Chinese lantern causes blaze - warning issued by fire service.
These videos will help to explain to children and young people where their food comes from and the role modern farming has in their lives.
Defra Minister Liz Truss backs the joint NFU and FACE (Farming and Countryside Education) Why Farming Matters education packs for Primary Schools.
A new website is launched by the largest ever partnership of organisations helping children learn about food, farming and the environment.
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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