The UK's top agriculture, food and farming resource

Agriculture, farming and the countryside - our work

This web site about agriculture and farming was established in 1999 in an attempt to help widen understanding about the role of agriculture in the countryside. Since its inception it has become a prominent and popular educational resource. The website attempts to provide an easy to read, visual approach to the chronology of agricultural systems and the relationship between food and farming. In addition to our educational role we are also committed to preserving the countryside and improving its biodiversity. Experience "from the field" helps us foster best practice and campaign for solutions that assist land managers in their efforts to manage the countryside.

How you can help
We are looking for individuals to report on farming and countryside matters. If you would like to help us grow the www.ukagriculture.com website, now in its 15th year, please use our contact form to get in touch.

The site is produced by Living Countryside which in September 2006 was registered as a Charity



Farming Pictures

Farming Pictures

Over one thousand food, farming and countryside pictures for educational use. Our multimedia library is fully searchable and will be of use to teachers, students and organisations looking for up to date images. Now with high resolution.


Farming Videos

Farming Videos

Over one thousand food, farming and countryside pictures for educational use. Our multimedia library is fully searchable and will be of use to teachers, students and organisations looking for up to date images. Now with high resolution.


Field to Fridge

Field to Fridge

Follow the incredible journey of food from field to fridge. Crop and livestock systems are detailed providing a timeline journey that brings food home. Hundreds of images with descriptions that explain what's going on and why.


Livestock Breeds

Livestock Breeds

A guide to livestock breeds found throughout the UK. Detailing cattle, pigs and sheep with web references to the individual breed societies, each page includes an image of the breed along with a brief description.


Farming Statistics

Farming Statistics

National figures for agriculture, food, farming and the countryside in an easy to use, searchable format. Hundreds of useful statistics from the last ten years that help put agriculture and its role in society, in perspective.


History of the Countryside

History of the Countryside

A unique 3D virtual reality guide to the history of the countryside, the role and importance of agriculture and the development of civic society. A chronology covering the last 15,000 years. Essential reading with image and video representation.


Seasonal food guide

Seasonal food guide

This section of the site provides an overview of the seasonality of UK produced food. It is intended as a guide but please note that seasonality will vary according to your location in the UK.


Farmland Conservation in practice

Farmland Conservation

Conservation in practice...what farmers are doing and why. The unwritten story of good management and conservation in the countryside that illustrates the enthusiasm and originality of land managers in their work.


Four Seasons

Four Seasons

What's happening in agriculture, season to season, month to month. Our timely guide keeps you in touch with everyday activity providing a snapshot across industry sectors and the countryside at large.


UK Agriculture Broadcast

Broadcast

UK Agriculture's online editorial with commentary on farming, conservation and countryside issues. Direct from the laptop of our own agricultural correspondent, deep in the corner of his byre.


YourFood.mobi

YourFood.mobi

Our unique mobile phone based website is a great guide to help you select locally produced food that is in season whilst you are out and about. Please note that this is not an "app" but a fully dedicated website for small screen mobile phones.


Social networking

Social Networking

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