Thousands of people from across the region are attending an agricultural event in Sussex this weekend. The Ardingly Autumn Show and Game has been going for more than 20 years now - so Nashreen Issa went to have a look.
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For most of us the exceptional weather of spring and summer has been an inconvenience. But for farmers - especially fruit farmers - it's been a disaster.
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The three-day South of England Show has begun today. The annual celebration of the south's agricultural industry will see daredevil stunt riders as well as the annual fare of cattle, pigs and other animals on show for the public to see. The organisers are expecting thousands of people to attend.
A Kent farmer has been fined £3000 for storing and using an illegal pesticide that was sprayed on a crop of pears. David Lewis Stevens, from Sittingbourne, used Amitraz on the fruit despite the substance being banned in the UK since 31 December 2007. It was found at Elm Farm, in Lower Halstow,
After more cases were confirmed of the European Schmallenberg virus, DEFRA has said animals that died as a result of the disease would not be going into the food chain - but that meat from affected farms is still safe.