Council's in the East are being encouraged to combat the problem of rising agricultural prices by renting land to first generation farmers.
The Government is launching a new Industrial Strategy for agricultural science, technology and innovation.
The cereal company Weetabix, based in Northamptonshire, has had to halt production on some products, after last year's poor wheat harvest.
The owners of Ipswich port have said they'll suspend the live transport of animals to Europe.
Lorries full of livestock arrived at the Suffolk port last Friday under police escort after the practice had been banned in Kent following the death of more than 40 sheep.
It was the first time in five years live animals had been exported from the town.
Gavin Grant, RSPCA Chief Executive, said; "I am delighted that ABP have suspended this dire trade. They are taking their responsibilities seriously to the animals.
Two animal welfare charities will hold an emergency public meeting tonight following the export of live animals from the Port of Ipswich last week.
Lorries full of livestock arrived at the Suffolk town's West Bank terminal last Friday under police escort.
It was the first time in five years live animals had been exported from Ipswich after the practice was banned in Kent.
Now the RSCPA and the Compassion in World Farming are calling for the public to help them stop the practice. They're organising a meeting at the Corn Exchange on Friday evening.
The Anglia region has seen a return of a controversial trade which split communities and turned ports into battlegrounds.
During the mid 1990s there were violent protests at Brightlingsea in Essex as animal campaigners tried to prevent live animal exports. They branded the practice cruel.
Now the trade has resumed at the Port of Ipswich after a five year hiatus and more protests are expected
Ipswich could be at the centre of a protest against live animal exports after a ship which was due to leave Ramsgate in Kent is to dock in Suffolk instead.
The Joline will be transporting livestock from across the UK to Calais. Campaigners from Ramsgate are on their way to Ipswich to protest.
It follows the suspension of live animal exports from the Kent port after the deaths for more than 50 sheep earlier this week.
Farmers who would normally expect their harvest to be well underway, have been left counting the cost of this year's unseasonable weather.
Drought, floods, high winds - and, in places, the wettest July on record - have all affected the growth and quality of crops in the region.
Vegetables grown on the Elveden Estate in Suffolk have been selected for the menu at an exclusive restaurant in London.
The Noma pop-up restaurant at Claridges will be using rainbow baby carrots and radishes grown at the Elveden Kitchen Garden.
The estate is the UK's largest lowland arable farm.