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Agriculture in the news - April 20, 2016

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More than 200 pregnant red deer released from Lincolnshire farm

More than 200 pregnant red deer released from Lincolnshire farm

More than 200 pregnant red deer have been released from a farm near Market Rasen in Lincolnshire.

Dramatic 12p per litre milk price fall threatens farmers

Dramatic 12p per litre milk price fall threatens farmers

Milk prices in Northern Ireland could be about to drop to 12 pence per litre forcing a warning that if farmers do not cut their supply they could go out of business.

Sheep farmers placed in ‘unreasonable position’ ahead of BPS application deadline

Sheep farmers placed in ‘unreasonable position’ ahead of BPS application deadline

The National Sheep Association (NSA) has voiced disappointment that the sheep sector in England is being hit again by inflexibility at the Rural Payment Agency (RPA).

STFA hits out at rise in rents for tenant farmers

STFA hits out at rise in rents for tenant farmers

The Scottish Tenant Farmers’ Association (STFA) last night reacted angrily to the latest Scottish Government figures on agricultural tenanted land that revealed an average rise of three per cent in farm rents in the past year.

Brexit and the EU referendum: Shropshire farmers back remain campaign

Brexit and the EU referendum: Shropshire farmers back remain campaign

Richard Yates, chairman of the Shropshire branch of the NFU, said he backed the national body’s stance that it felt farmers’ best interests would be served by staying part of the union.

Farming communities abandoned says retired police officer

Farming communities abandoned says retired police officer

Farming families and much of Devon and Cornwall’s rural communities have been abandoned by the police according to retired senior police officer Bob Spencer after he visited communities on Dartmoor during his campaign to become the next police and crime commissioner for the region.

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