The biggest news stories on the Agra Europe website this week.

Editorial: Commission starts cutting through the CAP red tape

Farmers in the EU will be pleased to hear that their calls for CAP simplification – particularly in regard to the ‘greening’ criteria – have seemingly been heard.

Five things you need to know this week (May 8)

The biggest news stories on the Agra Europe website in the past seven days.

Editorial: Tory majority means a ‘Brexit’ is still on the cards

In a result that defied the pre-General Election polls, the Conservatives will have a slim majority in the House of Commons and form the next UK government.

Analysis: How could the election impact UK agriculture?

The British people go to the voting booths on Thursday (May 7) to elect a new government -  but with questions over EU membership and a possible CAP replacement still hanging, it is unclear what position the UK...

Agra Europe's top ten most read articles for April

The most read articles on the Agra Europe website last month.

Five things you need to know this week (May 1)

The five biggest stories on the Agra Europe website this week.

Five things you need to know this week (April 24)

The biggest news stories on the Agra Europe website this week.

Five things you need to know this week (April 17)

The biggest news stories on the Agra Europe website this week.

Five things you need to know this week (April 10)

The biggest news stories on the Agra Europe website in the past seven days.

Five things you need to know this week (April 2)

The biggest news stories on the Agra Europe website in the past seven days.

Five predictions for the EU dairy sector post-milk quotas

What are the most likely scenarios following the end of EU milk production quotas?

Five things you need to know this week (March 27)

The biggest news stories on the Agra Europe website in the past seven days.

Five things you need to know this week (March 20)

What have been the big stories on Agra Europe in the past seven days?

Dairy Interview: Part Two - 'TTIP should focus on non-tariff trade barriers'

While the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) has seemingly been receiving the most attention in the European media, it is just one of the numerous bilateral and global trad...

Five things you need to know this week (March 20)

What have been the big stories on Agra Europe in the past seven days?

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Farming a key pressure on EU land ecosystems - ‘State of Nature’ report

Modification of crop cultivation practices, livestock grazing, fertilisation and pesticides are among the top threats to terrestrial ecosystems in the EU, the European Commission has warned.

Updated CAP Monitor looks at the changes coming for 2014-2020

CAP Monitor is now fully revised and updated, offering a full section-by-section guide to the new CAP for 2014-2020

'Moderate' El Niño expected for western hemisphere grains

The El Niño event pegged for this year is likely to oscillate between “weak and moderate” with the US expected to escape unscathed, according to speakers at this year’s Global Grain North America even...

Norway turns to German beef as supply gap widens

After falling back last year, Norwegian beef imports reached record levels in the first four months of 2015 with Germany taking maximum advantage of reduced tariff levels.