February 28 2015 Latest news:
Residents in the west of the county should give the Suffolk Show a go, say organisers of the event.
A family farm rich in wildlife which includes income-producing woodland and multiple species of willow and poplar is being offered up for sale with a guide price of £1.95million.
Poor prices are hitting potato growers’ bottom lines after a combination of factors resulted in an over-supply in the fresh sector this year.
A annual heritage event is moving 30 miles away from its “spiritual home” on a countryside Suffolk estate.
A new competition is set to be launched at this year’s Suffolk Show is memory of a “sparkling” Young Farmer who inspired many of her fellow members.
Farming is a major industry in East Anglia, with agricultural issues impacting on the lives of residents right across the region.
Agricultural correspondent Sarah Chambers is here to highlight rural campaigns, food issues and farming updates.
If you have a farming or food-related story, click here to email Sarah or call the farming desk on 01473 324827.
First The Packhorse, near Newmarket, then the Rupert Brook just over the border in Cambridgeshire. Now entrepreneur Philip Turner has turned his attention to Ounce House in Bury St Edmunds. Tessa Allingham talked to him about his vision for Chestnut Inns.
The UK’s cereals and oilseeds levy-payers’ group is set for a re-brand as it celebrates its 50th year.
Suffolk is set to host a major new farming event organised by Easton and Otley College and the Felix Cobbold Trust.
All-day show will feature exhibitors and speakers
Helen Lacey, of Red Berry Recruitment, teamed up with her staff to make the sizeable donation.