The agriculture of the region is very largely arable and the nature of what is grown reflects the current state of E.E.C subsidies. This year the second major crop is barley, perhaps reflecting the proximity of the maltings with wheat retaining the foremost position and oilseed rape quite prominent.Sugar Beet-once very common- is much less in evidence. There are some notable dairy herds to be found and a growing interest in viticulture with the Fynn Valley acquiring quite a name in this respect. A number of smallholdings are held and there is still a tradition of households keeping hens and ducks with a growing number keeping goats.
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Written accounts from this D-block
- Introduction To Grundisburgh
- Grundisburgh Life And Style
- Grundisburgh Local History
- Grundisburgh Arts And Crafts
- Recreation In Grundisburgh
- Religion In Grundisburgh
- Grundisburghs Soc. Concerns
- Trade In Grundisburgh
- Transport In Grundisburgh
- Grundisburghs Soc. Concerns2011
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