The third annual Farm Safety Week begins with a focus on falls - one of the most common, and preventable, causes of serious injury.
Find out where your NFU officeholders will be this week.
A programme of projects to address the need for better information on soils management has been commissioned by AHDB Horticulture.
The NFU is deeply frustrated with the process which considered its application for the emergency use of neonicotinoid seed treatments.
What were the five most viewed news stories on NFUonline this week?
Your experience matters and helps to guide our lobbying. Take part in the weather survey here.
In 2008 the NFU, HMRC and DVLA agreed a Memorandum of Agreement in respect of the use of agricultural vehicles on the road and the use of red diesel.
REMINDER: Late forms must be received by the RPA by midnight on 10 July.
Locations across the UK will be open to the public for Solar Independence Day. Solar power is an important renewable energy source often produced on farms.
The public's positive view of farmers has grown for a fourth year running.
Find out how to back British farming by buying British lamb as well as information on lamb cuts, a lamb recipe, and matching beer with lamb.
This week is British Flowers Week: the national celebration of seasonal, locally-grown flowers that is uniting the UK cut flower industry and inspiring the public to think about where their flowers come from. Find out about events across the country.
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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