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Agriculture in the news - June 20, 2016

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Highland MP calls for more ambition on rural mobile connectivity

Highland MP calls for more ambition on rural mobile connectivity

Highland MP Drew Hendry has written to the UK Government calling for greater commitment to tackling mobile connectivity problems in remote parts of Scotland.

Lothersdale Young Farmers compete in stockman of the year contest

Lothersdale Young Farmers compete in stockman of the year contest

Lothersdale Young Farmers have just competed in the club stockman of the year contest.

Referendum debate is becoming clearer - FFA

Referendum debate is becoming clearer - FFA

William Taylor, Northern Ireland co-ordinator of Farmers For Action (FFA), claims the Referendum picture is now becoming clearer, after last week’s Northern Ireland Agricultural Producers Association (NIAPA) and FFA Open Meeting at Dunsilly with the local MEPs.

Sheep farmers to encourage vets to start new flock health clubs

Sheep farmers to encourage vets to start new flock health clubs

An option for sheep farmers wanting access to cost-effective veterinary advice is to encourage their vet to get involved in a new Flock Health Clubs initiative.

Rolling out new rural development programme is a priority – McIlveen

Rolling out new rural development programme is a priority – McIlveen

Rolling out the new rural development programme in its entirety is a priority, according to farms minister Michelle McIlveen.

Pro-Brexit Tories target farmers with promise of 'at least as much' support

Pro-Brexit Tories target farmers with promise of 'at least as much' support

Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies has made a direct appeal for Welsh farmers to back Brexit, saying they would receive “at least as much” support outside the EU as they do now.

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