Agriculture

Yesterday, 12:53

A Prickwillow farmer who set up a scheme that now includes 22 farms will join experts in an online panel next week.

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A village farm company is urging people to dig deep and help the environment for this year’s National Tree Planting Day.

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A surge in demand for ostrich meat has prompted a Fenland farmer to diversify into breeding and raising the birds.

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A farm worker retires this month having spent his entire working life with J Gilbert & Son in Littleport.

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A top legal firm is working with Cambridgeshire County Council to review and redact documents associated with an internal audit into a farm tenancy for deputy leader Roger Hickford.

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A Fenland construction and agriculture firm has announced a national partnership.

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The 40ft in the Fens is open again after a tractor came off the road and its trailer became stuck on the embankment.

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A Fenland road was closed this afternoon after a tractor and trailer went off the road – and a second followed.

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Sting their cars, seize their dogs, bombard them with community protection orders – and take their photo.

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Residents on the Norfolk/Cambridgeshire border must pay £650 a year (plus VAT) if they want to continue to use an iron bridge.

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An East Cambridgeshire Construction company has “expanded considerably” by buying a new fleet of small trucks, excavators and lorries after seeing a smaller side of its business unexpectedly boom during the Covid-19 lockdown.

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The chairman of the audit and accounts committee of Cambridgeshire County Council expressed frustration over delays to a probe into the awarding the tenancy of a council owned farm to deputy leader Cllr Roger Hickford.

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Fenland featherweight Jordan Gill paid a visit to one of his long-time supporters as they prepare for the end of the potato harvesting season.

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Police proudly showed off the photograph of a Honda CR-V they seized from hare coursers at a Fenland garage.

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A traditional planning condition that only allows ‘members of the agricultural population’ to live in a rural Fenland home could be overruled if planners approve an application for lawful use.

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