Advice for all bird keepers in England and Wales on biosecurity - how to spot the signs and preventing Avian Influenza, commonly known as bird flu.
Freelance writer Jane Carley gets down to earth to provide practical tips on how to look after your soil and make the most out of one of farming's most precious resources.
Bluetongue disease is caused by a virus transmitted by biting midges, which are most active between May and October. Know the signs and what to do if you suspect the disease.
Alpacas, originally from South America, are increasingly common on British smallholdings. Find out about the breed and get tips on caring for Alpacas.
Are you thinking of setting up a smallholding? Here's our guide to choosing the best crops and animals to make the most of your precious space.
The Chief Veterinary Officers across the UK are encouraging all poultry keepers to take action now to reduce the risk of Avian Influenza (bird flu) over the winter.
Today's smallholders need a diversification strategy for the the 21st century.
NFU Mutual's rural affairs specialist Tim Price looks at five ways to help your smallholding pay its way.
It's a busy time of year for sheep farmers, with lambing fully under way for many. We find out what life is really like in the lambing shed.
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