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Sheep wander on and off the newly formed tracks at the new off road driving experience

Land Rover Experience opens at Broughton Estate following an investment of more than £1 million

Strong Euro hits sheep export trade

Strong Euro hits sheep export trade

Robin Jennings is pictured left with his main June Craven Dairy Auction champion, joined by ForFarmers’ Keith Colley.

Robin Jennings regains champion’s crown at Craven Dairy Auction

Buckden Gala hosts popular sheep show

Skipton Auction Mart

Goats gather momentum at Skipton Auction Mart

Shaun and Stephen Sowray with some of the top-performing British Blue-cross calves at Skipton

Skipton rearing calf trade excels yet again

Jamie Roberts, owner of Kilnsey Park

Food network aims to bring 'gastronauts' to the Dales

Martin Lunn

There will be a lot to see in the July skies

Bombus terrestris on devil's bit scabious

Enjoy the flower power of the Dales

Bombus terrestris on devil's bit scabious

Enjoy the flower power of the Dales

Sam Moorhouse launches his new business

Bell Busk farmer pioneers 'super yoghurt'

Skipton Auction Mart

Phenomenal trade in rearing calves at Skipton Auction Mart

Sonny takes second prize on show debut

Grassington woman enjoys success on the show scene

CLA North Regional Director Dorothy Fairburn says it is a great opportunity

Rural watchdog launches search for best game chef

A good summer could see grey partridge numbers continue to increase

The Great British Pole Climbing Championships will be staged at the Great Yorkshire Show

Traditional skills put to the test at Great Yorkshire Show

Crime and Police Commissioner Julia Mulligan

Craven people urged to take part in rural crime survey

Vendor Richard Hutchinson with the top price lot on the day, Linburn Lass

New price record set for sheepdog at Bentham Auction Mart

Saplings in the new "hundred acre wood" near Buckden.

New Wood Planted in Dales near Buckden.

Picture shows an impression of the navvy huts and part of a Shanty Town with the Ribblehead Viaduct under construction in the background. Please credit pic to Settle & Carlisle Railway Trust

Saving of iconic Settle to Carlisle railway

Barn owl in flight. Picture courtesy of Owl Adventures

Learn how to take wildlife pictures

Festival brings benefits to the Dales

Festival brings benefits to the Dales

Youngsters enjoy their own comedy club

Adventures, mischief and riddles will tempt young visitors at Grassington Festival

John Shuttleworth with his champion British Blue heifer calf which sold for £555, Henry Sanderson of Genus, pre-sale show sponsor, alongside Brian Blezard with his reserve champion calf which sold for £535

Rylstone farmer takes championship at Gisburn's rearing calf sale

Pictured with the two frontrunners at the Bank Holiday Monday Craven Dairy Auction are, from left, reserve champion and top price achiever Sammy Sugden, champion Suzy Lawson and judge Stephen Coates, who also bought the title winner

Lawsons win their fourth Craven Dairy Auction of 2015

Police highlight dangers of illegal wildlife poisoning

Police highlight dangers of illegal wildlife poisoning

Richard Fitton with the champion and reserve champion stirks

Strong trade at Gisburn stirk sale

Mark Lewis with his Skipton supreme champion Limousin bull, joined by, from left, judge Peter Kirton, and sponsors Mark Perry, of Carrs Billington, and Jonathan York, of Armstrong Watson. Picture by Adrian Legge Photography.

First-time exhibitor lands supreme championship at Skipton pedigree Limousin highlight

Neil Slack with his Northern Limousin Extravaganza supreme champion commercial heifer, joined by show judge Peter Kirton. Picture by Adrian Legge Photography

Commercial heifer triumphs at Northern Limousin Extravaganza

Shaun Richards with his 5,000gns Skipton dog, Marchup Roger

Record turnover at Skipton working sheepdog sale

The top price heifer Carkin Seaver Michelle, pictured with vendor Robert Butterfield

May Day dairy sale tops at £2,200

Fred Houseman, right, with the family’s champion and top price £680 rearing calf, joined by judge Joe Ogden

Tremendous trade at Skipton's rearing calf sale

A new oak sapling is planted

Greener drivers help to fuel new woodland

Masterclasses on offer at Grassington Festival

Masterclasses on offer at Grassington Festival

Paul Harper

Paul is to stand down as Network managing director

Skipton Auction Mart

Rural Payments Agency brings mobile unit to Skipton

Skipton Auction Mart

Good trade at Skipton for older sheep

The champion pair from MB Townley

Bill takes championship at first attempt

Andrew Leach, left, with his pen of Pietrain store pigs which sold for £70 to Cock of the North Poultry Ltd

Strong trade for all classes of pigs

Pictured with two Craven Dairy Auction principals at the opening May show are, from left, NMR’s Angie Lockwood, reserve champions Sam and Louise Wood, who is holding her seven-month-old daughter Ava, champions Karen and Mark Calvert, and co-judge Malcol

Top price falls to first-time exhibitors

The champion pen of North of England Mule hoggs, which sold for the record price of £500 per family. Pictured, from the  left, are judge Richard Frankland, Willie Horner from sponsors Horner Shearing, vendor James Winter and judge Graeme Jackson

Pen of North of England Mule hoggs set new record at Bentham

A fish survey taking place in the River Dibb

Project restores flow to river after 150 years

Solar panels in a garden in Malham

New group promotes renewable energy in Malhamdale

Volunteers David Kingsley and Sue Mann outside Clapham Village Store

Sustainable fund has £140,000 to give away

John Stapleton

More than 2,200 hoggs put forward for Bank Holiday sale

Anthony Thompson, left, with his partner Emma Dalby and daughter Isabelle alongside his prizewinning shearlings ewes with lambs that sold at £390 alongside pre-sale show judge-Sarah Warriner and Mark Harryman

Strong trade for sheep with lambs at Gisburn

Invincibull lives up to his name on Blue Wednesday

Invincibull lives up to his name on Blue Wednesday

Maggie Bruce: feeding mallards

Andy wins top prize in photographic competition

Nearly four million people visited the Dales last year

Hannah Crabtree foraging for wild garlic in the woods at Skipton Castle

Bistro owners forages in local wood

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