Country Life

No fun on the farm?

NEW Defra Secretary George Eustice received a mixed reception at his first NFU conference since taking over the role.

In his opening speech, Mr Eustice outlined his vision for agriculture and the environment, now that Britain has left the EU. He said: ‘Let’s not have any more jangling nerves about our

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