The British Pig Association was founded in 1884. The Association is the official breed society and maintains the Herd Books for the following breeds: Berkshire, British Landrace, British Saddleback,Duroc, Gloucestershire Old Spots,...
National Sheep Association is an organisation that represents the views and interests of sheep producers throughout the UK. It is funded by its membership of sheep farmers and its activities involve it in every aspect of the sheep industry.
The National Pig Association is the representative trade association for British commercial pig producers and is allied to the NFU and represents the pig interests of NFU members.
BSPB represents plant breeders and breeders’ agents, breeding and marketing varieties of all the major arable, fodder and vegetable crops and amenity grass in the UK.
Agrico UK Ltd is a specialist developer and supplier of high grade seed potatoes for pre-packers, processors, seed merchants and branded operations worldwide.
The MGA is independently run "by growers for growers". The farmer led council commissions research on maize and wholecrop agronomy, utilisation and environmental issues. The results of this work alongside knowledge picked up elsewhere are...
Anglian Turkey Association (ATA) is today the only organization of its kind catering mostly for the fresh turkey trade with producers, poult suppliers, feed manufacturers and vets among the members. And despite its name the ATA has members around...
The British Hay and Straw Merchants Association is a trade organisation for individuals or companies who are involved in growing, processing or trading all types of forage.
Heart of England farms was established in 1983 by Ole Gronning and from very modest beginnings has grown to become one of the countries leading breeders, hatchers and rearers of game birds.
The Association is the representative organisation for the UK rice sector. Its main aim is to promote the interests of members in all matters pertaining to the import, preparation, processing, packaging and marketing of rice.
Please call our Network Manager, Claire Thayers, or email [email protected] supplying your contact details for a call back. The Happerley Network wants to on board all UK food producer and produce organisations, associations, certifications and schemes as quickly as possible, connecting and profiling members within the Network search. Preferential rates for certifying intermediary and retailer memberships are available.