Pupils at Bishopston School enjoy local feast as Gower Fields to Forks project concludes

The Gower Fields to Forks project, which has linked pupils at Bishopston Comprehensive School with local food producers, concluded on October 21 with a meal for hundreds, all made with local produce. Over 420 meals were served and 680 chocolate and beetroot brownies with whipped …

Gower Fields to Forks project brings locally grown food to Bishopston School

A new project, Gower Fields to Forks, is bringing together several local farms with Bishopston Comprehensive School and food distributor Castell Howell in a ground-breaking series of activities that will see food grown on local farms being delivered to the school for a nutritious meal …

Award-winning launches Wild Venison Jerky at GWCT Welsh Game Fair

Welsh snacks manufacturer Trailhead Fine Foods is launching its brand new Wild Venison Jerky at this weekend’s GWCT Welsh Game Fair. The Welshpool-based company, which makes high protein snacks under the Get Jerky brand name, is adding the new venison product in Original and Spicy …

Rhug Estate visitors encouraged to ‘Swap to Organic’ as part of Organic September Campaign

Organic September, the UK’s largest campaign to support organic farmers and producers, will be encouraging everyone to make planet-positive decisions, to show that nature has the answer, and a small swap can make a big difference. Throughout September Rhug Estate will be taking part in …

Farmers speak out about transition to alternative protein production – new report looks at how farmers can secure sustainable, financially viable future

A new report based on interviews with 20 national and international groups representing 300,000 farmers reveals the opportunities and challenges around transitioning to alternative protein production. The report, called “Amplifying farmers’ voices: farming perspectives on alternative proteins and a just transition”, was published today (22nd …

First Farm In Oxfordshire To Achieve Renowned Environmental, Animal Welfare Certifications

The herd of pedigree Aberdeen Angus cattle at Rycote Park Farm is now Certified Animal Welfare Approved and Certified Grassfed by A Greener World (AGW). This is the first Oxfordshire farm to meet the programme’s standards, which were developed in collaboration with scientists, veterinarians, researchers …