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Tag Archives: Agriculture policy
Did Socialism kill off Mrs Tiggywinkle?
Hedgehogs are back. Well, when I say they are back, they aren’t back. They are disappearing rapidly. But they are back in the news. Perhaps this is just a valiant effort by a few newspaper editors to keep former Foreign … Continue reading
Posted in Agriculture policy, Brexit, Lush Times Tagged Agriculture policy, Brexit, Hedgehogs, Lush Times Leave a comment
Vested Interests fight back against Gove’s Green Brexit for farming
Yesterday we returned to the Great Dorset Steam fair for our annual pilgrimage. The ground had dried out a bit following sunday’s deluge, but not enough for the traction engines to trudge around the main ring, which was a small … Continue reading
Posted in Agriculture policy, Brexit, Michael Gove, NFU, RSPB Tagged Agriculture policy, Brexit, Gove, NFU 2 Comments
We are what we Eat
The old adage “We are what we eat” is only partly true, at best. We eat vegetables but we are not vegetables. Similarly, those of us who eat meat are, in a real sense, meat – but we are not … Continue reading
LEGOs, Landscapes and Catchments – guest blog by @UKSustain farm campaigner @VickiHird
I am delighted to post another guest blog from Sustain’s Campaign Co-ordinator for Food and Farming Policy, Vicki Hird. The rich debate about how we deliver new farming and land management support after we leave the CAP is … Continue reading
Posted in agriculture, Brexit, farm subsidies, guest blogs, Uncategorized Tagged Agriculture, Agriculture policy, Brexit, farming, Sustain, Vicki Hird 8 Comments