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Agriculture in the news - April 11, 2016

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Get off our land angry Down farmers tell fox hunters

Get off our land angry Down farmers tell fox hunters

A group of farmers in Co Down have told fox hunters to stay off their land after claims the practice is causing damage to their property and livestock.

Farmer tells of anger after lamb killed and six injured in attack

Farmer tells of anger after lamb killed and six injured in attack

An Aberdeen farmer today spoke of his devastation after a newborn lamb was killed and six others were injured following an attack by a dog.

Dairy Crest confirms new milk contract and holds May milk price at 22.72ppl

Dairy Crest confirms new milk contract and holds May milk price at 22.72ppl

Dairy Crest (DC) and Dairy Crest Direct (DCD) have announced that over 98 per cent of the core volume supplied to the Davidstow Creamery has signed up to the new Davidstow Milk Balancing Contract.

Lincolnshire farmers who supply major supermarkets "not treated fairly"

Lincolnshire farmers who supply major supermarkets "not treated fairly"

There are calls for Lincolnshire farmers who supply supermarkets via a middle man to be treated more fairly.

Welsh Lib Dems pledge £20m support scheme for hill farmers

Welsh Lib Dems pledge £20m support scheme for hill farmers

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have pledged a £20m annual support package for hill farmers ahead of the Assembly elections.

Time to unlock farming shackles

Time to unlock farming shackles

The new Scottish Parliament should have the ability to unlock the shackles that are placed on farming but the key to that will be a mind-set change by the Scottish Government.

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