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The Food Ethics Council has heard from dairy farmers that were subject to bullying practices and given a matter of minutes to sign a new contract, writes Abi Williams.
Diversifying into milk has helped one regenerative sheep farmer regain lost income and offer a British alternative to communities seeking an animal milk alternative.
Trewithen Dairy in Cornwall is taking part in a new carbon project to monitor and improve their farmers' soils and explore the benefits of regenerative farming.
The first-ever organic-approved show garden at the Chelsea Flower Show will show how organic helps tackle climate and nature crises.
Owner of household dairy brand Yeo Valley, Tim Mead, talks to Wicked Leeks on risk taking, how storing carbon in soil counters methane emissions, and what he thinks of plant milks.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
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