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This week: NFU responds to CAP consultation; Farming and the Autumn Statement; SPS 2013 Payment Update; Lobbying win 'lifeline' for on-farm AD; Water and food security; Your shout: New TB cattle movement controls.
The Met Office has issued an amber weather warning for north and eastern England and parts of Scotland with wind gusts in excess of 80 mph expected tomorrow (5 December).
The NFU will today (Wednesday) submit its evidence as part of the latest consultation into property compensation for those affected by the proposed HS2 high-speed rail project.
An NFU delegation will call for the government to back the biofuels industry when it meets with Baroness Kramer, Minister of State for Transport, for the first time this week.
Defra has announced a consultation on changes to cattle movement controls and a tougher approach to missed TB tests.
December 1 brought new laws which could help protect the farming community from the scourge of metal theft.
The union flag launched by the NFU has proved to be successful in spreading the Back British Farming message.
One iconic Back British Farming image, scores of farming stories.
With bonfire night fast approaching, the NFU is reminding the public of the dangers associated with releasing Chinese lanterns.
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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