23,000 chickens put down in suspected bird flu case in UK

The first major cull of domestic birds in the British Isles has occurred.

UK's Post-Brexit Farming will rely on 'Best of British' reputation

CEJA President Alan Jagoe speaks to That’s Farming from the Oxford Farming Conference:

Funny Friday: The cock that can’t get up in the morning

This week’s funny Friday is an unusual story from the UK.

Poll: Should walkers and ramblers be allowed on your lands?

Following the recent UK death of a rambler by attacking cows we want to know your thoughts.

UK call for natural flood defences could also work in Ireland

With both Ireland and the UK experiencing several bad years of flooding a UK report has recommended natural flood defenses something which could also have applications in Ireland.

May does not have the power to trigger Article 50

UK PM does not have the power to trigger article 50.