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A farm conservation organisation is set to celebrate Suffolk’s most outstanding examples of farms which have combined environmental measures with successful crop growing at an annual celebration evening.
Suffolk FWAG’s annual presentation evening takes place on Thursday, November 30, at Trinity Park, Ipswich.
The evening, supported by Ipswich-based law firm Ashtons Legal, includes a speech from Essex farmer and National Farmers’ Union vice president Guy Smith.
The Suffolk FWAG’s coveted Farm Conservation Competition award features finalists Bridge & Ivy Farms of Wickham Market and Alde House Farm, Iken, near Woodbridge.
The two farms vying for the celebrated Tim Sloane Award are Cedar Farm, Alderton, near Felixstowe, and Home Farm, Nacton, near Ipswich.
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