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International research to discover forest trees for future climate

Forest Research, a part of the Forestry Commission in the UK, is taking part in international research to identify alternative tree species that could be planted in the future climate.

British Pig and Poultry Fair 15th May 2012 - Pig Research Report by Peter Best

Is the Pig Industry Capable of Meeting the Global Food Demands 2020/2030?

The Royal Agricultural College 100 Club is holding a presentation of the RAC/PIC Annual Fellowship in Pig Research, Report no.7 by Mr Peter Best on Tuesday 15th May 2012 beginning at 16.30 at the Forum Theatre, Stoneleigh Park.

Fun on the farm for all the family

Warwickshire College's farm will be opening its gates to the public in a weeks time for its annual Farm Open Weekend.

The special event takes place on Saturday and Sunday 10 and 11 March from 10am to 4pm at the Nethermoreton Farm at the college's Moreton Morrell centre, near Wellesbourne, Warwickshire.

Visitors will be able to:

Walk the Cotswold Way - in South Korea!

Cotswold Way - South KoreaCotswold Way - South KoreaWalkers in South Korea are a step closer to walking the Cotswold Way National Trail thanks to the launch of the Cotswolds - Korea Friendship Trail in the South Korean island of Jeju Olle.

The first new Boundary Stones in Gloucestershire for over 100 years

Ebrington Parish, near Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire GL55 6NA, is going to

Gloucestershire Root, Fruit & Grain Society Final Results 2011

The Final Results for 2011 have been announced and the winners are as follows:-

Farm Championship

1st: Mr Robin Smith, H W Smith & Son, The Vineyards, Ledbury

The 33rd National Hedge Laying Championship

Saturday 22nd October 2011 Warth Farm, Arlingham, Gloucester

By kind permission of the Burcher Family, the National Hedge Laying Society will be holding their 33rd National Hedge Laying Championship at Arlingham on the banks of the River Severn

Including Country Craft demonstrations, Trade Stands etc.

Admission Free. Supported by Natural England

The Royal Agricultural College wins both awards at South West Regional Enterprise Awards

The Royal Agricultural College won both categories at the Universities South West Enterprise Awards (USWEA) in Plymouth on the 16th November.  The awards recognise and reward the best business plans for new enterprises proposed by students and alumni from the eight universities within Universities South West.  This is the second time in three years that the RAC has won both categories

Cotswolds Hedgelaying Competition to take place at Ford, Gloucestershire

Hedgelayers of all levels are being called to take part in the annual North Cotswolds Hedgelaying Competition, organised by the Cotswolds Conservation Board, on Saturday 20th November.

Malvern Farming Conference - 9 Billion People: Feeding Britain in the Global Context

Thursday 18th November 2010: 19.00 Start
The Malvern Showground, Malvern, Worcestershire WR13 6NW
Do not miss this cutting edge debate. Between the world's increasing population and its growing food consumption as disposable income in developing countries increases, experts predict we will need 70-100% more food by 2050.

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