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Agriculture in the news - April 19, 2016

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Stanningfield farmer, 72, to take on 700 miles on tractor in aid of charity

Stanningfield farmer, 72, to take on 700 miles on tractor in aid of charity

A 72-year-old farmer is take the ‘slow road home’ as he embarks on a 700 mile journey for charity at 12 miles an hour on a vintage tractor.

Warning to dog owners after two sheep die in Chapel

Warning to dog owners after two sheep die in Chapel

Dog owners are being urged to keep their dogs on leads when walking through farmland after two sheep died in Chapel-en-le-Frith.

Aberdeenshire farm wins £100k supply deal with Aldi

Aberdeenshire farm wins £100k supply deal with Aldi

A family-run farm in Aberdeenshire has secured a new deal with Aldi to supply its cold-pressed rapeseed oil to its 65 Scottish stores.

Cows on rails hit and killed by trains, now farmer fears for safety of passengers

Cows on rails hit and killed by trains, now farmer fears for safety of passengers

A farmer who has lost dozens of animals in train collisions has warned that a faulty fence is putting passenger safety at risk.

Revised plans drawn up for controversial farm development

Revised plans drawn up for controversial farm development

Developers wanting to close a traditional dairy farm and build a technology centre on its historic site have submitted amended plans to Bradford Council.

South Yorkshire farm at the centre of robotic farmer plans

South Yorkshire farm at the centre of robotic farmer plans

With long hours and an even longer ‘to do’ list farmers could be forgiven for switching to ‘autopilot’ mode to get through the day, but ground-breaking new technology developed on a small South Yorkshire dairy farm could be about to shake up the old routine.

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