November 24 2014 Latest news:
East Anglian farmers are being urged to grow more wheat after a group joined a trade mission to north Africa championing UK cereals.
A couple is celebrating after renovating seven of nine cottages on their farm as part of a painstaking five-year diversification project.
Christmas has come early for a wholesale bakery which is expanding as a result of a festive contract.
Potato growers have scooped a gold award from the Suffolk Carbon Charter for cutting their carbon footprint.
A fruit and vegetable grower has hit the heights after raising £5,000 from a 500 mile solo trek across the Pyrenees.
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Bosses at Norwich International Airport said a partnership with travel operator Thomson Holidays was beginning to deliver its objectives of more routes and greater frequency of flights.
Tom Bradshaw’s farm at Fordham, near Colchester, was one of the first wave of HGCA Monitor Farms launched across the country as part of a move towards a farmer-led approach to improving businesses from the ground up. SARAH CHAMBERS went along to the event in June.
A mother and daughter are helping to showcase life in farming through a new series of short films.
A Norfolk barley variety which is beloved by craft brewers around the world will celebrate its 50th harvest next year – but what makes Maris Otter so special?
The jobs are coming as a result of a £1.25 million investment