From the magazine: British farmers played a crucial role in producing food for the nation during the Great War, here's how farming recovered.
Enter our NEW #nfucountryside competition to win a copy of our amazing recipe book!
Our Education team share their ten top STEM activities that could be completed with children to celebrate World Egg Day on 12 October 2018.
The NFU hosted a day of milk-themed merriment with 90 primary school children to celebrate World School Milk Day!
British Food Fortnight runs from 22 September to 7 October. And this year Love British Food is launching a competition to find Britain's biggest community celebration of food.
Our Education team share their ten top STEM activities that you could complete with your children or class to celebrate World School Milk Day on 26 September 2018!
With Brexit on the horizon, there has never been a more important time to talk about food.
New equine identification regulations will make microchipping a legal requirement for horses, ponies and donkeys in England.
140 MPs showed their support for the British farming industry on 12 September, and now it's your chance to get involved.
Countryside Kitchen, our very own recipe book, includes 77 recipes that use only great British seasonal ingredients cultivated by British farmers.Find out how to get your hands on a copy here.
Back British Farming Day will take place on 12 September and is an opportunity to demonstrate to all MPs the importance of British farming.
British food is on the menu as MPs join the NFU to show their support for Back British Farming Day on 12 September 2018.
This month, we are learning about chemical changes and have designed two simple, spooky and seasonal learning activities (linked to the National Curriculum) that could be completed at home or in the classroom to help children understand this concept.
The NFU has officially launched its new primary school competition, Farmvention, with a festival of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) learning, attended by NFU President Minette Batters and children from local schools.
Our education team share some simple STEM activities that could be completed with children, either at home or in the classroom, to help them enter our national Farmvention competition.
Love Lamb Week calls for a break with tradition, changing traditions to put lamb back on plates all year around.
Dr Rosie Howson is a vet working on a farm and small animal practice in North Yorkshire. She gives her top tips for taking care of man's best friend (and colleague).
If you've never been to a food festival, put the Ludlow food festival on the top of your list. Victoria Hoare discovers the roots of the food festival.
As a commercial farm of nearly half a million birds in Western Russia has tested positive for AI, Countryside has a reminder for poultry keepers - and the public - on how to keep your flocks safe from Avian Influenza.
A new education competition from the NFU is set to inspire primary school children to learn about food and farming.
The NFU took the farming experience to the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta for the first time last week, to showcase local produce and the benefits of buying British food.
HAPPENING NOW #Farm24 - the social media event which aims to showcase the passion and commitment which goes into producing the food we eat, start tagging and posting!
The National Farmers' Union has partnered with Crimestoppers to launch the Rural Crime Reporting line, a service to anonymously give information about four rural crimes.
Make your own blackcurrant, pear and apple lollies and keep yourself cool this summer.
Every year fire is responsible for the destruction of thousands of acres of countryside, open spaces and wildlife habitat with some fires lasting several days. Sadly a number of wildfires are caused by human error.
BBC Countryfile Live returns to Blenheim Palace 2-5 August with four days of family-friendly arena shows, demonstrations, debates, food, drink and shopping.
Vigilance required following increased cases of Newcastle Disease which affects chickens and other captive and wild birds
A pair of Eurasian Beavers have returned to the Forest of Dean for the first time for around 400 years. But can our countryside support these new animal populations?
Get snapping some beautiful images of the British countryside, British food or life on a British farm for the return of our Instagram summer photo competition!
Sky lanterns are usually used in Britain to mark special celebrations such as weddings, parties and New Year. However, are you aware of the dangers that sky lanterns can cause?
One out of every three mouthfuls of our food depends on pollination taking place. It is almost impossible to over-emphasise the importance of the service pollinators, like bees, perform for us.
If you haven't quite aced your grilling technique check out these top tips from Firemizer on how to become the next best BBQ master this summer...
Imagine wearing a thick winter coat on a hot summer's day and you'll understand why it's important to alter our routines when it comes to looking after our pets, whether they're dogs, cats, small animals or horses.
BBC Countryfile presenter Tom Heap is in favour of children seeing exactly where their food comes from. What do you think?
Take a look at the seven things gardeners can do this year to attract bees to their gardens and help them thrive.
The Countryside Code contains advice for the public and landowners, making it easier for visitors to help respect, protect and enjoy the outdoors.
Whether you're a regular or thinking about a first visit, there's no better time to experience York than during the Bloom! Flower festival.
The NFU has launched its new Farmvention competition which aims to get primary school children designing and creating their own food and farming products.
Lorna Maybery talks to Emily Cliff about why pollinators are being given top billing at Lower Hope Cherries.
Did you know that 82% of the beer sold in Britain is brewed here, primarily from British barley. We've scoured the country to find a mash of rural breweries that are flying the flag for great British beer.
Good tempered but tough as nails and bred by none other than Her Majesty Queen Elizabth... Steve and Ann Toon get to know the fell pony.
Thin cut beef steaks are a versatile ingredient to keep in your fridge. Try this great midweek meal that packs a punch and is a taste of Mexico.
This super-healthy superfood salad is quick and easy to prepare and oh so healthy!
Take care when walking your dog in the countryside. Follow these simple, yet too often overlooked, pieces of advice.
Get the latest tips and advice for a flourishing garden from botanist Pippa Greenwood.
The NFU's Discovery Barn farming roadshow took a starring role as more than 3000 primary schoolchildren found out all about food and farming yesterday (Wednesday 6 June).
Find out how ice cream is made, explore our ice cream map to find your nearest producer, and read on to find out all about the farmers who bring you this delicious treat!
Find a farm near you that will open it's gates this Sunday, 10 June to learn all about what goes on on the farm and how your food gets from the farm to your fork.