The Agriculture Bill: New three-tiered system rewards farmers who enhance the environment

As farmers face pressure to manage their land through more sustainable farming practices, on Wednesday (25 February 2020) Defra announced new policies for the Agriculture Bill which aim to support farmers' work towards environmental land management. Read more


The new Agriculture Bill rewards farmers for protecting soil

The UK's soil contains around 10 billion tonnes of carbon, that’s roughly 80 years of annual greenhouse gas emissions, so managing soil health plays an important role in reducing emissions. To do this, farmers need support for the extra time and financial costs it places on them.Read more


How farmers conserve the UK's countryside

Farmers have long been considered custodians of the countryside. To continue this, farmers need to receive support for the time and effort they put into maintaining and improving the UK's landscape; they're already working in a highly pressured industry. Read more


How agriculture absorbs and stores greenhouse gases

Agriculture experiences the impacts of climate change first hand. Farmers face the volatile environment that makes their job more of a challenge and receive criticism for agriculture's contributions to greenhouse gas emissions.Read more


UK’s arable industry: One of the highest crop yields in the world

Cereals is Europe’s leading technical event for arable industry, held in the UK it attracts farmers, agronomists, and industry experts. Read more