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More than 100 classic and vintage tractors are set to go under the hammer as the Gary Cooper Collection goes on the hammer at Risby, near Bury St Edmunds, on September 20.

Field trials taking place in Suffolk have revealed some “significant findings” on maximising returns for energy maize, according to agronomy experts.

Corporate employee fraud cost businesses in the East of England more than £6.3m last year, according to data.

Ipswich-based law firm Prettys is celebrating a series of promotions in five departments following positive business growth in the first six months of the year.

A popular cake-making company has expanded into larger premises.

Tax legislation should be overhauled to enable the farming sector to increase productivity post-Brexit, a professional body says.

An East Anglian organisation promoting advances in farm technology and thinking has launched a report setting out a vision to transform the UK’s ‘broken’ farming model.

A landowners’ lobby group is calling for a clampdown on fly-tipping across Suffolk and Essex and tougher punishment for offenders.

Writtle University College graduates were joined by an alumnus who went on to head up the farm at a renowned Essex jam maker as they celebrated their success at two ceremonies at Chelmsford Cathedral this month.

Young Farmers is celebrating its 85th year with a public awareness week from September 18 to 22.

Suffolk MPs from across the political spectrum got behind the National Farmers’ Union’s (NFU) Back British Farming Day this week.

A delighted Suffolk farmer has scooped a prestigious national farm conservation accolade.

Southwold-based brewer, distiller and hotelier Adnams has appointed Lyndon Barrett-Scott as general manager of The Swan Hotel in Southwold.

Environment Agency officers have identified 23 offenders during a three-day crackdown on illegal fishing in Essex and Norfolk.

A major Suffolk pig business has been snapped up by international food firm Tulip, which is part of Danish Crown, for an undisclosed sum.

The Essex farming community was firing on all cylinders this week as it geared up to celebrate Essex county harvest festival with a tractor rehearsal.

Researchers have proved it’s possible to grow a crop from bare land to harvest without stepping foot in the field.

A conservation-minded landowner has scooped a coveted regional award for his efforts to revive grey partridge populations on his farm.

A potato crop trials in Suffolk is revealing clear variations in tuber size and plant growth.

The East of England has all the elements to lead the way in overcoming the obstacles faced by farmers after Brexit, the new chair of a group promoting innovation within the industry believes.

Environment secretary Michael Gove has praised a project by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) which researches the effects of different farming methods on wildlife and the environment.

Premium beef, lamb, pork, sausages, ham and bacon products from Suffolk and Essex headed to Hong Kong this week for one of the leading fine dining exhibitions in Asia.

UK lamb production has increased, while New Zealand sheep meat imports have declined, figures show.

The Soil Association has launched a pilot provenance scheme this month, enabling shoppers to trace organic food from the farm to the shop shelf using a mobile phone scan.

An Essex food ingredients firm is hoping to encourage more consumers to add rye into their diets as a means of increasing their fibre intake.

The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is celebrating after scooping an award for its wildlife management and conservation work in Europe.

The nearly-complete England Coast Path has come under fire from landowners’ leaders in East Anglia, who have suggested the project is a waste of money.

Bird flu remains a threat, particularly with the return of colder weather, poultry keepers have been warned.

Safety inspectors will be out in force over the coming months visiting farms involved in potato harvesting.

The majority of this year’s main winter wheat varieties have a lower yellow rust resistance than their 2017/18 ratings, according to a study.

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