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Highland Cattle Sale Draws Big Crowd 25/02/05
The first entry into the Carlisle sale ring for the reduction sale of the Browhaze fold from SK & SD Brown of Trowbridge, Wiltshire, attracted the leading price of the sale at 2,300gns.
Haining House Bull Tops Carlisle Galloway Sale 25/02/05
Local breeders G & C Neve & Son of Haining House, lifted the top price and silverware at the spring show and sale of Galloway breeding cattle on Friday. 
NFMFT warns Beef on the Bone ban may return 25/02/05
The National Federation of Meat and Food Traders is warning that the beef on the bone ban will be re-introduced once over 30 month old cattle are re-introduced into the food chain – with implications for high street butchers and farmers.
NFUS Legal Helpline a Proven Winner 25/02/05
Receiving thousands of calls from NFUS members over the past five years, NFU Scotland's free legal Helpline, run by Gillespie Macandrew, has proven to be one of the most valuable services available to NFUS members.
NFUS President Sets Out Challenges 24/02/05
Addressing NFU Scotland's Annual General Meeting in St Andrew's on February 24, the Union's President John Kinnaird outlined the key challenges for Scottish agriculture in the year ahead.
Cost-Effective Calibration In Lead Up To Grassland 2005 24/02/05
Calibrating the spreader before fertilising grassland could typically save £25 a hectare of lost production advises Kemira GrowHow’s Ross Leadbeater.
Consumers are deceived by Food Labelling - Paice tells TFA 24/02/05
The Tenant Farmers Association's Annual General Meeting in London on Tuesday February 22 was told that the rules on country of origin labelling of food were causing UK consumers to be deceived.
TFA Celebrates Ten Years of Haydon 23/02/05
The Tenant Farmers Association celebrated the tenth anniversary in office of its National Chairman, Reg Haydon at its Annual General Meeting in London.
Concerned about milk price? - Challenge the top man 23/02/05
CUMBRIAN dairy farmers have a unique opportunity to vent their frustrations at the top man during an NFU meeting next week.
Steve Nesbitt is backing the Charolais 23/02/05
Steve Nesbitt remains quietly optimistic about the future of the UK’s beef industry under the new Single Farm Payment regime.
RICS Calls For GM Land Register To Protect The Consumer 23/02/05
Public concern regarding GM (Genetically Modified) crops is a mounting issue as demonstrated by the GM-free Britain lobby of Parliament taking place on Wednesday 23rd February.
Defra helps fire up interest in historic Lime Kilns 23/02/05
Two historic Grade II Listed lime kilns in the heart of the Northumberland countryside have been preserved for future generations with the help of Defra.
German Holstein Breeding values - the Osnabrueck top bulls 23/02/05
The new German Holstein February proofs are out and again the Osnabrueck top bulls are creating with their "all time high" a lot of excitement!
Blackface Sheep Breeders annual stockjudging 22/02/05
The North of England branch of the Blackface Sheep Breeders held their annual stockjudging event on Wednesday evening at Hexham Auction Mart.
Substantial fall in let land values predicted 22/02/05
Grass let values will sink this spring and landlords who have unrealistic expectations for temporary rent prices will be disappointed.
Tama Plastic Industry court settlement 21/02/05
Tama Plastic Industry is pleased to announce that the Court of Mannheim, Germany, has accorded final confirmation to a settlement of the patent infringement suit that was brought by Tama against RKW.
Highland Cattle Sale Draws Big Crowd 25/02/05
The first entry into the Carlisle sale ring for the reduction sale of the Browhaze fold from SK & SD Brown of Trowbridge, Wiltshire, attracted the leading price of the sale at 2,300gns.
Haining House Bull Tops Carlisle Galloway Sale 25/02/05
Local breeders G & C Neve & Son of Haining House, lifted the top price and silverware at the spring show and sale of Galloway breeding cattle on Friday. 
NFMFT warns Beef on the Bone ban may return 25/02/05
The National Federation of Meat and Food Traders is warning that the beef on the bone ban will be re-introduced once over 30 month old cattle are re-introduced into the food chain – with implications for high street butchers and farmers.
NFUS Legal Helpline a Proven Winner 25/02/05
Receiving thousands of calls from NFUS members over the past five years, NFU Scotland's free legal Helpline, run by Gillespie Macandrew, has proven to be one of the most valuable services available to NFUS members.
NFUS President Sets Out Challenges 24/02/05
Addressing NFU Scotland's Annual General Meeting in St Andrew's on February 24, the Union's President John Kinnaird outlined the key challenges for Scottish agriculture in the year ahead.

Cost-Effective Calibration In Lead Up To Grassland 2005 24/02/05
Calibrating the spreader before fertilising grassland could typically save £25 a hectare of lost production advises Kemira GrowHow’s Ross Leadbeater.
Consumers are deceived by Food Labelling - Paice tells TFA 24/02/05
The Tenant Farmers Association's Annual General Meeting in London on Tuesday February 22 was told that the rules on country of origin labelling of food were causing UK consumers to be deceived.
TFA Celebrates Ten Years of Haydon 23/02/05
The Tenant Farmers Association celebrated the tenth anniversary in office of its National Chairman, Reg Haydon at its Annual General Meeting in London.
Concerned about milk price? - Challenge the top man 23/02/05
CUMBRIAN dairy farmers have a unique opportunity to vent their frustrations at the top man during an NFU meeting next week.
Steve Nesbitt is backing the Charolais 23/02/05
Steve Nesbitt remains quietly optimistic about the future of the UK’s beef industry under the new Single Farm Payment regime.
RICS Calls For GM Land Register To Protect The Consumer 23/02/05
Public concern regarding GM (Genetically Modified) crops is a mounting issue as demonstrated by the GM-free Britain lobby of Parliament taking place on Wednesday 23rd February.
Defra helps fire up interest in historic Lime Kilns 23/02/05
Two historic Grade II Listed lime kilns in the heart of the Northumberland countryside have been preserved for future generations with the help of Defra.
German Holstein Breeding values - the Osnabrueck top bulls 23/02/05
The new German Holstein February proofs are out and again the Osnabrueck top bulls are creating with their "all time high" a lot of excitement!
Blackface Sheep Breeders annual stockjudging 22/02/05
The North of England branch of the Blackface Sheep Breeders held their annual stockjudging event on Wednesday evening at Hexham Auction Mart.
Substantial fall in let land values predicted 22/02/05
Grass let values will sink this spring and landlords who have unrealistic expectations for temporary rent prices will be disappointed.
Tama Plastic Industry court settlement 21/02/05
Tama Plastic Industry is pleased to announce that the Court of Mannheim, Germany, has accorded final confirmation to a settlement of the patent infringement suit that was brought by Tama against RKW.
Landowners can improve returns from telecom lease renewals 21/02/05
Landowners with telecom masts could considerably improve the rent they receive, according to chartered surveyors Fisher German.
Scotsheep to return to Aberdeenshire In 2006 21/02/05
Scotland's biennial national sheep event, Scotsheep, is returning to Aberdeenshire next year for the first time since 1993.
Institute backs call for improved beef market returns 21/02/05
Long standing National Beef Association convictions that beef production can only be profitable if missing coupled subsidy income is quickly replaced by a combination of sensible cost cutting and improved market returns have been backed by the Agricultural Research Institute of Northern Ireland (ARNI).
MDC updates homegrown cereals publication in line with SFPs 21/02/05
A section on the effective storage of all cereals, maize and whole crop has been added to the updated MDC publication, Making the Most of Homegrown Cereals and Protein Crops 2005.
Defra adopts BASC guidelines on the use of terriers under the Hunting Act 21/02/05
A legally enforceable code of practice and further guidelines produced by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) on the use of a terrier to flush foxes from underground have been approved by Defra and come into force as part of the Hunting Act.
Throwing away the L Plates at Newton Rigg
21/02/05
University of Central Lancashire’s Penrith Campus announces new figures released today revealing a pass rate of 75 per cent amongst agricultural apprentices - 44 per cent ABOVE the national average.
Limousin Bull sells for 42,000gns at first Carlisle Sale of season 19/02/05
Local breeder George Hutton of Setmabanning, near Keswick, sold his home bred young bull Cloughhead Umpire, for 42,000gns at the first sale of the season.
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beef 2005
Stage Set For Beef 2005 In Wales

Plans are well advanced for the UK's national beef event, Beef Expo 2005, to be held at Builth Wells, Powys, Wales, on Wednesday, June 8.