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All University of Reading marketing degrees to now include CIM accreditation

Marketing students at the University of Reading can benefit from newly announced approval by the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) that all of its specialist marketing undergraduate degrees have exemptions on CIM qualifications.


Reading highest in UK for agriculture in QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021

Agriculture at Reading has once again been ranked among the global elite, topping UK institutions offering courses in this field in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021.


Farmer mental health hit during COVID focus of new research

Farmers mental health and resilience and the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic will be the focus of a major new research project led by the University of Reading.


#PlanetPartners: Health of more than 12 million people in UK vulnerable to climate change

The health of more than 12 million people - equivalent to the populations of Greater London and Greater Manchester combined - is vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, according to a new report from The Climate Coalition and the Priestley International Centre for Climate.


Intelligent and active labels could revolutionise food communication

Consumers could have a direct line to food producers through the use of 'smart labelling' which would increase trust, according to new research. The EIT Food-funded Smart Tags project is working with consumers, producers and retailers to develop smart labelling similar to QR codes. These active and intelligent labels will allow shoppers to get rapid and better information about food and drinks they consume.


New year, new nudge? Consumer psychology research could help people develop sustainable healthy habits

People looking to adopt a healthier lifestyle may benefit from new apps designed to sustain behaviour change to new research being carried out by the University of Reading.


#PlanetPartners: University experts deliver international presentations on climate change and health 

Researchers and policymakers, including Professor Elizabeth Robinson from the University of Reading, presented the main findings of the 2020 Lancet Countdown Report for the South-East Asia region at an online event hosted by Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT).


Food retailers winning trust through COVID-19 pandemic 

Consumers are more trusting in the food industry because of the COVID-19 pandemic with farmers and retailers seeing the biggest rise, according to new research.


Climate change action could avoid future pandemics

Climate change could lead to global healthcare systems being overwhelmed in the same way they have been during the current Covid-19 pandemic, the authors of the latest world-leading report on climate and health have warned.


New centre puts farmers at heart of innovation research 

Farmers will have a bigger role in agricultural research and development that works for them, thanks to a new academic centre announced at the beginning of December.


GIIDAE announce £300,000 worth of scholarships

The Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE), based within the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development announced today, that it is offering £300,000 in scholarships to GIIDAE offer holders around the world for the second consecutive year.


Big data for arable farmers can be cheap and easy to adapt 

Farmers can use big data to help them get better and higher quality yields without high investment costs, thanks to a new project developed at the University of Reading.


New project looks to pandemic-proof dairy industry

Dairy farmers could benefit from a new project which aims to make the industry more resilient to threats such as COVID-19.


Doctorial alumni wins the prestigious 'Land 2019 Best Paper Award' for published thesis

Doctorial graduate and Postdoctoral Researcher, Marcello De Maria, based within the School has been awarded “The Land 2019 Best Paper Award” for an article developed as part of his PhD thesis.


Six future farmers win the Sustainable Agriculture Bursary

Jordans Cereals and The Prince’s Countryside Fund are excited to announce the six lucky beneficiaries of the Sustainable Agriculture Bursary in 2020: Alice Lloyd (RAU), Eliot Pears (RAU), Philip Betteridge (RAU), Astrid Stubbings (Reading), Dan Weaver (Reading), and Grace Parrish (Reading).


Poorest risk being left behind in mobile phone healthcare rush

Poorest communities around the world could suffer from worsening health as mobile phones become more relied upon for access to healthcare. In a new study published in World Development, a team from Warwick University and the University of Reading have looked directly at how mobile phones can support access to healthcare in low and middle-income countries, but at the risk that the poorest are deprived of support.


GIIDAE prepares to welcome PGT students with a schedule of activities for Welcome Week

Staff in the Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE), based within the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development are set to welcome postgraduate taught students from around the world as they join the University of Reading to embark on the next stage of their studies.


22 UG Finalists Receive Special Awards in The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development

The School of Agriculture Policy and Development is delighted to announce that 22 of its undergraduate finalists have received special awards this summer, and although we've been unable to have a formal graduation celebration, we are extremely proud of the achievements of all our students. 

The world's first robotic farm project


The future of UK and international farming and food production has been boosted after Innovate UK announced today funding of £2.5m for what is widely considered to be the world's first robotic farm.


Sue Morgan Award winners

The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development is delighted to announce that Nana Afua Ofosua-Boakye, MSc Development Finance student and Sarah Yanume Beinpuo, MSc Agricultural Economics student, here in the Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE), are the recipients of this year's Sue Morgan Memorial Trust Award.


Red tape and digital divide threaten success of post-Brexit sustainable farming incentives, research shows 

Farmers want to see less red tape and better access to the web so that they can engage with the Government's sustainable farming plans, according to new research.


The University of Reading is one of three UK Universities to have programmes selected for Joint Japan/ World Bank Scholarship Programme 2020-21.

The Joint Japan/World Bank Scholarship Programme (JJ/WBSP) has selected three programmes from the University of Reading's Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE) to be included as one of the 30 Preferred Programmes chosen from institutions world-wide for this year's scholarship programme.


Expertise welcome in policy making but gaps between what academics are giving and what parliament wants

Experts in academic fields looking to share their research with policy makers are not giving parliament information in a way that is helpful.


Online course: Engaging with Controversies in the food system launches 6th April 2020.

The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development at the University of Reading, EIT Food, the University of Turin and the European Food Information Council (EUFIC) have pooled their expertise to create a FREE, online course called: "Engaging with Controversies in the Food System". The second run of the course starts on Monday 6th April 2020.


University of Reading among global elite for Agriculture

Agriculture at the University of Reading has been ranked in the top ten in the world in the QS World Rankings by subject for 2020 for the fourth year in a row.


The Marketing Society's 'Digital Disruption' conference returns for the second year, Sustainability Edition.

The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development at the University of Reading is delighted to announce that the digital marketing conference, 'Digital Disruption', will return this year for a Sustainability Edition, on Monday 9th March 2020.


Professor Jules Pretty, OBE to give lecture on 'The Future of the Planet in Twelve Objects: Addressing Climate Change and Material Consumption', January 2020 -19th December 2019

The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development at the University of Reading is set to welcome guest speaker, Jules Pretty, Professor of Environment and Society from the University of Essex on Wednesday 15th January 2020, to discuss: "The Future of the Planet in Twelve Objects: Addressing Climate Change and Material Consumption."


Budding sustainable farmers get cash award to pursue studies - 4th December 2019

Two Agriculture students from the University of Reading have won cash prizes from Jordans and The Prince's Countryside Fund who have announced their Sustainable Agriculture Bursary.



How do you provide healthy, sustainable food for world of the future? - 14th November 2019

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed today (14 November 2019) and will see nutrition/health and crop scientists from the two internationally-renowned research centres commit to working closer together. Their research will focus on tackling how crops will provide a healthy and sustainable diet for future generations that face multiple challenges including climate change and growing worldwide obesity.


New open online course: Engaging with controversies in the food system - 28th August 2019

The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development at the University of Reading, EIT Food, the University of Turin and the European Food Information Council (EUFIC) have pooled their expertise to create a FREE, online course called: "Engaging with Controversies in the Food System", that will launch on Monday 4 November 2019.


New open online course: Explore how farmers produce food sustainably - 24th July 2019

The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development at Reading University is set to launch a FREE, online programme called: “Explore how farmers produce food sustainably”, starting 23rd September 2019, to give consumers a better understanding of EU farming systems and primary food production processes.

Deadline extended for Jordans and The Prince's Countryside Fund Sustainable Agriculture Bursary - 22nd July 2019

The deadline has been extended for six scholarship opportunities as part of the Jordans Cereals and The Prince's Countryside Fund Sustainable Agriculture Bursary.



Free online programme: "Trust in Our Food": Understanding Food Supply Systems" to re-run13th May 2019

If you would like to gain a better understanding of the food supply chain - our FREE, online "Trust in Our Food: Understanding Food Supply Systems", four-week course, starts on 24 June 2019, and will give you an insight into the food industry.


Jordans and The Prince's Countryside Fund launch Sustainable Agriculture Bursary - 12th February 2019

Jordans Cereals, along with long term partner The Prince's Countryside Fund (the Fund), have launched a NEW Sustainable Agriculture Bursary for students at the Royal Agricultural University (RAU) and the University of Reading.


The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development announces £70,000 worth of undergraduate scholarships for the 2019-20 academic year - 19th December 2018

The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, based within the University of Reading, announced today that it is offering £70,000 worth of scholarships to undergraduate students starting University in September 2019.


GIIDAE Announces £260,000 worth of scholarships - 08th November 2018

The Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE), based within the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development announced today, that it is offering £260,000 in scholarships to GIIDAE offer holders around the world.


2018's Hugh Bunting Memorial Lecture puts a spotlight on 'Climate Risk Management in Sub-Saharan Agriculture' - 19th October 2018

The 12th Hugh Bunting Memorial Lecture on Wednesday 14 November 2018 is set to feature three industry specialists speaking about 'Climate Risk Management in Sub-Saharan Agriculture'.


New online programme: "Trust in Our Food: Understanding Food Supply Systems" - 7th September 2018

The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development at Reading University is set to launch a FREE online programme called: "Trust in Our Food: Understanding Food Supply Systems", starting 22 October 2018, to give consumers a better understanding of the food supply chain.


Rwandan Smallholder Farming Project Wins Climate Award - 28th August 2018

A project to support smallholder farmers adapt to a variable and changing climate that has helped more than 75,000 farmers in Rwanda and as a result has scooped one of the first Climate Smart awards, presented at the Africa Climate Smart Agriculture Summit 2018...


Recognition for outstanding young Animal Welfare scientist - 29th June 2018

Dr Rebecca Meagher, Lecturer in Dairy Animal Science at the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development has been awarded the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW)...


Reading participates in European Challenge to develop solutions for food waste - 25th June 2018

Six Masters Students enrolled within the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development (SAPD), School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy (SCFP)...


Deadline extension for GIIDAE UK/EU Scholarships - 11th June 2018

The Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE) announced today that it is extending its GIIDAE UK/EU Scholarship deadline to Monday 13th August in a move to assist students...


The University of Reading participates in Open Farm Sunday for the first time - 11 May 2018

The University of Reading will participate in Open Farm Sunday (10th June) for the first time this year, as it opens its doors to local residents to visit our farm and learn...


Ceres Agritech Knowledge Exchange Partnership awarded £4.78m- 13th April 2018

Five leading universities, including the University of Reading, have recently formed a new partnership to help develop commercial business based on the latest innovations in...


GIIDAE hosts its first Alumni Lecture - 12th April 2018

The Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE) is set to stage its first 'GIIDAE Alumni Lecture' on Wednesday 30th May 2018...


Global top six ranking for Agriculture - 28th February 2018

Agriculture at the University of Reading has been ranked sixth in the world by the QS World Rankings by subject for 2018, the second year in the top ten...


The Bee's Needs: How to Save the Worlds Pollinators - 16th February 2018

The University of Reading is at the forefront of research into the decline of insect pollinators, understanding how valuable they are, and what we can do to protect them...


CEDAR celebrates its 25th Anniversary and is launched as a LEAF Innovation Centre - 6th February 2018


The Centre for Dairy Research (CEDAR) is recognising its 25th Anniversary and celebrating the official start of its LEAF Innovation Centre status....


Edith Mary Gayton Memorial Lecture - 24 January 2018


Professor Thia Hennessy, Dean of the Cork University Business School and Chair of Agri-Food Economics at University College Cork (UCC), will feature as guest speaker at this year's annual...


GIIDAE announces £125,000 worth of scholarships - 18 January 2018


The Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE), based within the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development announced today, that it is offering £125,000 in scholarships to...


Reading among world's best research institutes -15 January 2018


According to a new analysis The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development is home to one of the world's most influential Scientists...


17th International Student Summit - 11 January 2018


Agriculture students from across the globe gathered at the 17th International Student Summit held at National Chung Hsing University at Taichung City, in Taiwan at the end of September to discuss...


Join BSc Agriculture student, Luke Cox in his bid to Back British Farming - 28 November 2017

BSc Agriculture student, Luke Cox, from the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, is staging a one-day event, Thursday 30th November 2017, to highlight the importance of the farming industry and British Food....


Hugh Bunting Memorial Lecture 2017 - 01 November 2017


It was announced today, that Dr Margaret Mangheni, Agricultural Extension Education, Makerere University, Uganda, will feature as guest speaker at the 12th Hugh Bunting Memorial Lecture....


University of Reading stages Land Symposium to discuss key issues of 21st century - 23 October 2017


The University of Reading is set to stage its first Land Symposium on Friday 1st December 2017, to discuss issues relating to the land struggles of the 21st century....


School celebrates as two Professors complete 40 years of service - 04 October 2017


The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development is celebrating 40 years of continuous service of two of its Professors, Richard Ellis and Paul Hadley....


IMAGINE week: Helping small farmers through relevant weather data - 08 June 2017

Smallholder farmers are key to food security in sub-Saharan Africa where two thirds of the population depend on small-scale, rain-fed farming as their main source of food and income....


Crop professor joins board of directors for global food security organisation - 15 May 2017

A professor from the University of Reading has joined the board of a global food research and development charity, whose aim is to provide food security for billions of people around the globe....


Join us for our Facebook Live event on 5 June 2017 - 15 May 2017

The Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE) is set to hold a live chat session for applicants on Friday 5 June from 16:00 to 16:30 (GMT+1)....


Agroforestry could help UK hit carbon emission reduction targets - 20 April 2017

Researchers exploring how planting trees alongside crops could help put Britain on track to reduce its climate change impact have been awarded a share of £8.6m funding....


Agriculture at University of Reading now in the top ten worldwide, according to latest league table - 08 March 2017

Agriculture at the University of Reading once again tops the UK tables, and for the first time is ranked in the top 10 worldwide....


£52,900 in scholarship funding now available - 09 February 2017

The Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE) announced today that it has £52,900 worth of Scholarship funding available for 2017-18 academic year....


Brexit farming inquiry - 23 January 2017

Global Miller reports on a House of Lords inquiry into the implications of Brexit on UK agriculture. Professor Alan Swinbank (Agriculture) will speak in first committee session.


Innovation in the food industry - 20 January 2017

Food Manufacturer cover news that the University of Reading will play a leading role in a major food innovation project. Read our release here.


The RECAP H2020 project website has been launched - 20 January 2017

The RECAP project (Personalised public services in support of the implementation of the CAP) is supported by the EU programme on "ICT- enabled open government" until October 2018....


The UK’s post-Brexit farm policy - 11 January 2017

Agra Europe have reported on a new briefing paper authored by Professor Alan Swinbank, Emeritus Professor of Agricultural Economics within the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, which looks at the influence the EU has had on the agriculture sector in the UK and how policy could change after Brexit....


Experts in their field - 19 December 2016

The School of Agriculture, Policy and Development has had a lot to celebrate this year, but it is particularly enjoying the success of three colleagues....


Reading wins lead role in £340m EU food innovation project - 06 December 2016

The University of Reading, UK, will play a lead role in the programme, funded with 400 million euros (£340m) of EU research cash, matched by 1.2 billion euros (£1 billion) of funding from industry and other sources over seven years....


The future of targeted weed control - 30 November 2016

'eyeSpot', a research project part-funded by AHDB Horticulture, is driving innovation in weed control and aims to reduce herbicide inputs by up to 95%....


Professor awarded honorary doctorate for contributions to Behavioural Economics - 23 November 2016

Nikos Georgantzis, Professor of Behavioural Economics in the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, has been recognised as an Honorary Doctor by the Universidad Privada de Ica in Peru for his extensive contributions to Behavioural Economics....


Hugh Bunting Memorial Lecture 2016 - 26 September 2016

Professor Tim Wheeler, Director of Science and Innovation at the UK Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), is guest speaker at the 11th Hugh Bunting Memorial Lecture, Wednesday 9 November 2016....


RESET event attracts delegates from across Europe - 13 September 2016

Ian Givens, Professor of Food Chain Nutrition and Julie Lovegrove, Professor of Human Nutrition welcomed 150 delegates from countries across Europe at a one day event focusing on dairy products and health, at the University of Reading, earlier this month....


GIIDAE International Bursary - 20 July 2016

The Graduate Institute of International Development and Applied Economics (GIIDAE), based within the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development announced today that it has launched a new bursary offering a total of £35,000 in support to incoming international students....


The RESET study: Leading new directions in dairy foods and health RESET conference - 07 June 2016

Featuring world leading experts in the field of Dairy Food and Health, the day will give you a new perspective on the effects of different dairy foods on cardiometabolic risk....


RECAP project - 06 June 2016

Staff from the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, participate in a consortium of 12 partners in 6 European countries to develop a platform for improving the efficiency and transparency of the compliance with the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) monitoring procedure....


£32,000 in scholarships and bursary now available - 01 June 2016

The Graduate Institute of International Development and Applied Economics (GIIDAE), based within the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development announced today that it is offering a further £32,000 in scholarship and bursaries.....


UoR forge closer links with China’s Shandong Agricultural University - 31 May 2016

The University of Reading (UoR) and Shandong Agricultural University (SDAU) in China are delighted to announce an agreement that will enable students from SDAU to study at UoR.....


Communication for Development: Building knowledge, enhancing skills, engendering critical dialogue - 16 May 2016

On July 25, 2016, the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development of the University of Reading will host a one-day event about communication for development.....


Climate, Culture and Society: staff and research students invited to two exciting events in June - 11 May 2016

Staff and research students are invited to attend Reading's new interdisciplinary research cluster's June events....


Reading bolsters academic reputation in latest league table - 23 March 2016

The University of Reading is the best university in the UK for agriculture....


Reading professor appointed to research council position - 29 January 2016

Professor Tim Wheeler, from the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, has been appointed to high-profile position at the Natural Environment Research Council....


Heat waves and insect pollination - 29 January 2016

Dr Jacob Bishop's, Researcher in the Centre for Food Security, recent paper on how insect pollination reduces yield loss following heat stress....


University of Reading 50th Student Agricultural Conference - 26 January 2016

What British Agriculture has learnt in the last 50 years and how will it change the future of the industry....


First study showing pesticide exposure can affect crop pollination by bees - 18 November 2015

Neonicotinoid pesticide exposure impairs crop pollination services provided by bumblebees....


Use your loaf to save British wildlife - 18 November 2015

Farmers can maintain high yields and boost nature by signing up to a wildlife-friendly scheme, new research has found....


Agrimetrics: how Big Data will help solve global food problems - 26 October 2015

Farmers' profits, rural biodiversity, and consumer choice could all improve significantly by sharing data about the food system....


Food matters live 2015 - 26 October 2015

Come and see our stand! Reading University is gearing up to participate in the UK's first cross-sector event: "Food Matter Live" (17 - 19 November 2015), at ExCeL in London....


15th International Student Summit - 21 October 2015

Agricultural students from across the globe gathered at the 15th International Student Summit held at Tokyo University of Agriculture (NODAI) at the beginning of October....


Scents and sense ability: Diesels fumes alter half the flower smells bees need - 19 October 2015

In polluted environments, diesel fumes may be reducing the availability of almost half the most common flower odours that bees use to find their food, research has found....


Royal Mail’s stamp of approval from Reading bee experts - 2 September 2015

University of Reading scientists have helped Royal Mail to create a new set of special stamps celebrating British bees....


Reading researcher’s £1m grant to benefit British farming - 29 July 2015

University of Reading scientists have been awarded almost £1million to research how the diet of cattle could be altered to benefit farmers, consumers and the environment....


Farming Minister discovers how Reading is securing the future of fruit - 23 July 2015

Farming Minister George Eustice MP visited the National Fruit Collection in Kent this week to see the vital University of Reading work which is helping to secure the nation's fruit industry....


Agriculture student wins memorial award for dairy study - 22 July 2015

Kate Williams is the inaugural recipient of the David Beever Memorial Award for the best academic performance of a Part 3 student with a focus on Dairy....


Innovative food systems teaching and learning (IFSTAL) - 15 July 2015

Cross-university, interdisciplinary food systems training to improve food security and environmental outcomes....


Climate change ‘main cause’ of bumblebee decline - 10 July 2015

Researchers have found that rapid declines in bumblebee species across North America and Europe are strongly linked to climate change....


New home for Cocoa Quarantine Centre sweet news for chocolate lovers - 25 June 2015

The University of Reading has officially opened the new £1m home for its International Cocoa Quarantine Centre (ICQC), which has been safeguarding the future of chocolate for 30 years....


Britain needs ‘super-sub bees’ to maintain food supply - 16 June 2015

Rare bees and insects must be protected to give British farmers a strong 'reserve squad' of pollinating species and prevent potential food shortages in the future, scientists say....


Rui wins Researcher of the Year 2015 - 29 April 2015

Rui Catarino, one of the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development's PhD students, has won the Graduate School's prestigious title of: Research Student of the Year for the Faculty of Life Science....


Organic and long-life milk ‘risk to children’s IQ’ – new study - 28 April 2015

Organic and UHT milk lower in iodine than conventional milk, study finds....


Student awarded Sue Morgan Scholarship 2015 - 21 April 2015

Mesfin Abebe, a MSc Communication for Innovation and Development student, and a Marshal Papworth Scholar, studying at the School of Agriculture Policy and Development has been awarded....


Countryside changes ‘more damaging’ to bees than urban sprawl - 1 April 2015

Under-threat bees have suffered more from changes to rural landscapes over the past century than from expanding towns and cities, a new report has found....


Professor Ian Givens wins BBSRC 'Innovator of the Year' award - 31 March 2015

Professor Ian Givens, from the University of Reading's School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, has been named as the BBSRC Innovator of the Year....


GM cereals and oilseeds have potential - 23rd March 2015

An inter-disciplinary team of seven from the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development has recently published an horizon-scanning report for the HGCA....


Rod Vaughan retires - 25th February 2015

Rod Vaughan from the Agriculture and Food Investigation Team (AFIT) in the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development retired recently after over 40 years' service at the University....


Securing the future of chocolate – new home for Reading’s Cocoa Quarantine Centre - 19 January 2015

A University of Reading facility which is helping to safeguard the future of chocolate has a new home after moving to a state-of-the-art greenhouse....


University of Reading strengthens research reputation - 18 December 2014

The University of Reading has strengthened its standing as a leading research institution in the biggest national assessment of UK university research....


REF Results 2014 - 18th December 2014

Find out how Reading has performed in the Research Excellence Framework 2014....


Reading agriculture student wins 'Farmers Apprentice' - 25 November 2014

A Reading agriculture student, William Hinton, 20, has won a competition to find Britain's top farming talent....


Reading academic awarded prestigious Rockefeller Writing Residency - 31 October 2014

Dr Claire Heffernan has recently returned from the renowned Bellagio Center in Northern Italy after being awarded with a Rockefeller Foundation Academic Writing Residency....


Chocolate unwrapped at the Berkshire Show - 16 September 2014

It will be co!..coa!..co! at this year's Royal County of Berkshire Show as the University of Reading prepares to unwrap some chocolate secrets....


More UK-grown protein for animal feed would push up meat prices - 02 September 2014

Meat and milk produced in Britain would cost more, and reliance on cereal imports would increase if the UK grew more of its own crop protein for animal feeds, University of Reading research has found....


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