Useful agricultural web sites for teachers
Country Landowners Association
http://www.cla.org.uk
Organisation representing landowners and rural businesses

Countryside Foundation for Education
http://www.countrysidefoundation.org.uk
Educational charity providing teaching materials for schools about the countryside, and also provide training for teachers about how to use the countryside in their teaching

DEFRA
http://www.defra.gov.uk
Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (formerly known as MAFF) web site.  Some useful statistics here.

Face Online
http://www.face-online.org.uk
Learning about food and farming in a sustainable countryside.

Food and Farming Education Service
http://www.foodandfarming.org
The Food and Farming Education Service is an independent organisation that works on behalf of the agricultural industry to promote young people's understanding of food and farming.

Greenheyes Farm
http://www.greenheyes.com 
An excellent web site kept by a working Cheshire farmer

Milk
http://www.milk.co.uk
The Dairy Council is a non-profit making organisation which provides science-based information on the role of dairy foods as part of a healthy balanced diet and lifestyle.

Reaseheath College
http://www.reaseheath.ac.uk
The college offer farm vists etc for schools:
http://www.reaseheath.ac.uk/thecollege/servicestoschools

UK Agriculture
http://www.ukagriculture.com 
Find out how your food is grown, farming methods, information on animals, plants & landscapes, and the fun you can have in the countryside

Year of Food and Farming
http://www.yearoffoodandfarming.org.uk 
An exciting campaign to help children find out more about the countryside and where their food comes from through memorable, first-hand learning experiences!

Bill Pearson’s Agricultural Links
http://www.billpearson.co.uk/agriculture
Lots of specialist agricultural links here

Bill Pearson’s Home Page
http://www.billpearson.co.uk