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Training now available to support the responsible use of Antibiotics on Farms

With a growing demand for robust training in the use of medicines on farms, the Animal Medicines Best Practice (AMBP) training programme has been developed by the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) in partnership with Lantra and stakeholders from across the food supply chain.

Training now available to support the responsible use of Antibiotics on Farms

With a growing demand for robust training in the use of medicines on farms, the Animal Medicines Best Practice (AMBP) training programme has been developed by the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) in partnership with Lantra and stakeholders from across the food supply chain.

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DEFRA Open consultation - The future for food, farming and the environment

Leaving the European Union and the Common Agricultural Policy will give England the chance for reform. DEFRA want to know your thoughts on the future of agricultural policy in England.

DEFRA Open consultation - The future for food, farming and the environment

Leaving the European Union and the Common Agricultural Policy will give England the chance for reform. DEFRA want to know your thoughts on the future of agricultural policy in England.

Sean and Mandy with Writtle University College
Lantra lays down its roots

To celebrate National Tree Week, Lantra employees embarked on a mini tour to plant trees in the Midlands and the South East of England.

Lantra lays down its roots

To celebrate National Tree Week, Lantra employees embarked on a mini tour to plant trees in the Midlands and the South East of England.

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Reduce Anticoagulant Use – While We Still Can by Richard Strand

The introduction of anticoagulant rodenticides some 60 years ago made rodent control easy. We no longer needed meticulous pre-baiting because the new products were sufficiently slow-acting that rats and mice did not associate being poisoned with eating the bait.

Reduce Anticoagulant Use – While We Still Can by Richard Strand

The introduction of anticoagulant rodenticides some 60 years ago made rodent control easy. We no longer needed meticulous pre-baiting because the new products were sufficiently slow-acting that rats and mice did not associate being poisoned with eating the bait.

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Trees: How do you Value the Invaluable? by Mark Chester

The trees around us, in the landscape, are often a feature we value and appreciate. When they are lost, what replaces can seem inadequate. So, how do we value what is perceived as being invaluable?

Trees: How do you Value the Invaluable? by Mark Chester

The trees around us, in the landscape, are often a feature we value and appreciate. When they are lost, what replaces can seem inadequate. So, how do we value what is perceived as being invaluable?