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Growing trees alongside crops - or 'agroforestry' - could be an "exciting" option for farmers in the battle to slow down climate change, a prominent Suffolk farmer says.

The exceptional achievements of Suffolk farming students has been celebrated at an awards event.

Opening up Britain to US food imports under a 'no-deal' Brexit could have "serious" consequences for East Anglia's hugely important poultry sector, farmers' leaders have warned.

A Suffolk brewery which has been innovating its range of beers has struck gold at an international competition.

East Anglian farmers hailing a bumper wheat harvest may have their celebrations cut short - if they are hit by a hard Brexit.

Brexit could lead to a bigger pig and poultry sector in the UK, an animal feed firm predicts.

An Essex high street is in the running for up to £15k in cash after being shortlisted in a national awards.

An Ipswich toys-for-yachts firm has been buoyed by a maritime sector accolade for its overseas trade.

The hectic lives of a large family living in Aldeburgh are set to be in the TV spotlight after being captured by a Channel 5 film crew.

A farmer has hit out at Suffolk County Council after its contractors flailed one of its roadside nature reserves too early - destroying its wild flowers.

An independent Suffolk menswear business kitted out three members of the Sky Sports Cricket World Cup team this summer.

An Ipswich freight firm which organises the transportation of goods to and from Europe has seen a significant uplift in sales - despite Brexit uncertainty.

Landowners along proposed routes for a northern bypass for Ipswich are being urged to engage early on in the consultation process if they want to influence the decision-making process.

The UK meat industry is in a period of crisis as demand plummets, prices fall and Brexit looms, Suffolk and Essex livestock leaders have warned.

East Anglian farmers are "acutely aware" of the climate change challenge and committed to tackling it, a farmers' leader said as a new report warned of the dire effects land use was having on temperature rises.

A rare breeds farm on the edge of Ipswich is celebrating after scooping an accolade for its newly-opened butchery.

The entrepreneur behind Norfolk and Suffolk's most prominent animal attractions is set to part with a large portion of his heritage horse collection as he approaches his 70th birthday.

Crisps made by Essex potato farmers are set to be served on board Eastern Airways planes operated on behalf of Flybe as part of a complimentary service.

A gluten-free bakery firm based in north Essex is rolling out across the UK after signing two key distribution deals.

A 'robot' will be meeting and greeting hundreds of festival organisers set to converge on Bury St Edmunds in the autumn.

A specialist meat firm has closed its game production operation in Yorkshire and relocated it to a recently upgraded facility closer to home.

The new home secretary has praised a Business Improvement District (BID) scheme in her Essex constituency after firms voted overwhelmingly in favour of keeping it.

The event was organised by Fram Farmers chief executive Richard Anscombe, who is also a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Farmers.

UK consumers may face a home-grown potatoes shortage next year as stocks run out due to new storage rules.

A family-owned fruit farm operating in the Dedham Vale has scooped an international green energy award for its biogas generation.

An area of arable land and woodland in the Tendring Hundred is up for sale with a guide price tag of £875k.

A Suffolk coffee brand is set to supply its produce and train baristas at a group of top-end East Anglian pubs, inns and restaurants.

A north Essex jeweller is showing all the stellar pulling power of his Hollywood namesake - as high-spending customers beat a path to his door.

Suffolk and Essex farmers are feeling the pressure as extreme temperatures and harvest time collide - but they are more than up to the job, the National Farmers' Union (NFU) says.

A Newmarket manufacturer making specialist infection prevention wipes for hospitals is celebrating a huge rise in overseas trade.

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