Sir Michael Colman is as keen as mustard to keep his farm in mint condition and produce single-estate peppermint oil and tea.
The brown crab seems to be doing well at the moment; certainly there never seems to be a shortage. So why not make a meal out of it?
Thanks to lack of revolution and invasion, Britain has more ancient trees than any other country in northern Europe. Why not visit them?
Thanks to lack of revolution and invasion, Britain has more ancient trees than any other country in northern Europe.Elizabeth Walton discovers the family trees of the Dukes of Abercorn, Argyll…
The Pot Kiln chef ,Mike Robinson, gives seasonal advise on pork, pigeon and pasta.
It takes just one bird to scare off a thousand others. From Humberside to Trafalgar Square, hawks and falcons are clearing vermin and making money.
With grey partridge numbers in decline and the loss of set-aside habitat, could the species be removed from the quarry list? If so, the consequences would be dire for redlegs…
These are the best shots in Britain today (and, given our pre-eminence in driven game-shooting, possibly the world).
Celestria Noel talks to the Duchess of Norfolk and fellow pig enthusiasts who have gone the whole hog to protect rare breeds.
The RSPB, while gradually embracing predator control, needs us to manage it.