Bicton Arena hosted a special charity evening on 22nd August, on behalf of The Eventing Family, an organisation set up to support four charities within the eventing sport.
Twenty three heavily pregnant heifers from a closed East Devon organic herd have been culled after testing positive for TB during routine checks.
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A final year student from Harper Adams University – the UK’s leading specialist in agriculture and land-based studies - has received an award for his outstanding performance during a year’s work placement with Clinton Devon Estates.
Fundraising efforts for the new headquarters of the Devon Federation of Young Farmers Clubs have received a boost thanks to a winning bid on a handmade bench at a silent auction held at Devon County Show.
Members of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Land Team recently visited Clinton Devon Estates to learn more about our operations.
A small herd of Dartmoor hill ponies fitted with GPS trackers is helping scientists to clarify how a centuries-old method of managing heathland vegetation with grazing animals enhances nature and wildlife habitats.
One of Devon’s oldest family businesses has received its third consecutive Queen’s Award for Enterprise – the UK’s highest accolade for business success.
Stars of the equestrian world descended on Devon last weekend (24th-26th April) as Bicton Arena hosted its first International Horse Trials.
A mixed development of new and affordable homes on Clinton Devon Estates land at Greenway Lane in Budleigh Salterton has been featured as an architectural study in Architecture, Building, Contracting + Developing (ABC+D), a leading national journal.