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Agriculture in the news - April 13, 2016

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Glenavy farmer given suspended sentence for 'horrendous' animal cruelty case

Glenavy farmer given suspended sentence for 'horrendous' animal cruelty case

A farmer, who was the subject of the biggest ever herd seizure in Northern Ireland, has been given a suspended sentence for animal cruelty.

Milk fire scare at Exeter farm

Milk fire scare at Exeter farm

Firefighters were called to a farm in Exeter today after receiving reports that there could be a fire in milking machinery.

Tributes to dad who died after work-related incident at farm in Middleton

Tributes to dad who died after work-related incident at farm in Middleton

Matthew Drummond, 28, was pronounced dead at the scene following the incident at farmland off Heywood Old Road on the afternoon of Friday April 8.

Lack of response from ministers over BPS an 'insult' to farmers, say West leaders

Lack of response from ministers over BPS an 'insult' to farmers, say West leaders

Farmers' leaders in the South West say the lack of response from Defra ministers to letters highlighting problems with the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) is 'disappointing and insulting'.

Waitrose ads go live on the farm

Waitrose ads go live on the farm

A dairy cow wearing a small, lightweight camera will take centre stage in a series of Waitrose TV commercials that the supermarket hopes will help shoppers connect with the farms their food and drink comes from.

Farmer shoots famous Somerset bison herd to save them from the stress of TB tests

Farmer shoots famous Somerset bison herd to save them from the stress of TB tests

A bison farmer said he had to shoot his entire herd of animals to save them from the stress of having to be tested for bovine TB every year.

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