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Date: 14/08/2018 | Region: UK

FFC Training - Welfare of Poultry during Transport October 2018

FFC Training A One Day Course / Refresher Training Day / Assessment Animal Health and Welfare  Welfare of Poultry during Transport Cirencester, Gloucestershire, Thursday 4th October 2018 This one day workshop has been arranged by Food and Farming Compliance Lt...

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Date: 9/08/2018 | Region: UK

'Water Bank' launched to help farmers urgently find water

A new service has been launched by the NFU to help farmers and growers urgently find water amid the unprecedented spell of hot, dry weather.Full Story....

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Date: 25/07/2018 | Region: UK

FFC and CenTSA Training - Five Day Animal Health and Welfare Residential Course Nov 2018

FFC and CenTSA Training Five Day Animal Health and Welfare Residential Course “Inspection, Licensing and Enforcement” Birmingham, 26th – 30th November 2018 This five day residential course jointly arranged by CEnTSA and Food and Farming Compliance ...

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Date: 25/07/2018 | Region: Northern Ireland

Belfast researchers explore ‘wonder technology’ that could help fight AMR

Queen’s University Belfast is to establish a dedicated research facility to investigate a new technology with the potential to fight antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Full Story...

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Date: 24/07/2018 | Region: UK

'You respect the value of food when you see how tough it is to produce'

Top chef James Martin talks, food, farming and game as he takes his restaurant to the heart of the 2018 Game Fair.Full Story. ...

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Date: 2/07/2018 | Region: UK

FFC and CenTSA Training - FIREWORK SAFETY Sept 2018

FFC and CenTSA Training A One Day Course Product Safety – Regulatory Affairs FIREWORK SAFETY – EXPLOSIVES REGULATIONS 2014 INSPECTIONS AND PYROTECHNIC ARTICLES (SAFETY) REGULATIONS 2015 Warwick, Wednesday 19th September 2018  This one day workshop h...

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Date: 12/06/2018 | Region: Global

How sustainable food production can change developing countries

Food scarcity is an issue that affects people around the world. Developing countries often struggle the most with food scarcity, but sustainable farming techniques could change their food system and lead to economic development and environmental protection. EMILY FOLK i...

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Date: 9/05/2018 | Region: UK

Adam Henson to launch food and farming project for school children

TV presenter and farmer Adam Henson is launching a national project to enable every school child to know where the food on their plate comes from.Full Story....

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