The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) is committing levy support for LEAF Open Farm Sunday. This commitment forms part of AHDB’s strategy to raise awareness among consumers of food and where it comes from and to highlight farmers’ role in producing food and managing the countryside. AHDB is an evidence-based levy board with a pivotal role to make the industry sectors it supports more competitive and sustainable. It is funded by farmers, growers and processors in the supply chain through statutory levies.
This year, LEAF Online Farm Sunday is offering new ways to get involved and learn all about food, farming and the countryside — from the comfort of your own home!
As a long standing principle sponsor, the AHDB are an asset to the team, and have provided you with plentiful activities and ways to get involved, keep scrolling!
Recipes, nutrition and cooking advice:
We’ve been dribbling as we’ve scrolled through the AHDB recipe pages, and strongly suggest you do to! The have a separate web page for beef & lamb, pork and potatoes, with endless mouth watering recipes available to discover on each!
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Plus top chefs share their knowledge and tips about the produce they use in the ‘Off the Block’ series!
To find out more about AHDB’s Quality Standard Mark and where to source your meat click here.
For education resources about where your food comes from:
Food — a Fact of Life is designed for teachers of three to 16-year-olds and run in partnership with the British Nutritional Foundation (BNF), the programme provides curriculum-relevant resources and teacher training.
Order or download these ‘Farming Food for You’ posters to show life on the farm – how animals are reared and cared for, and how crops are grown and harvested. The six posters explore different farming sectors – dairy, beef, sheep, potatoes, cereals and pigs.
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