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Agriculture in the news - April 6, 2016

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Farmer criticises 'lazy' dog lead law as Wincanton mayor explains decision

Farmer criticises 'lazy' dog lead law as Wincanton mayor explains decision

Letting your dog off the lead in Wincanton's park will no longer be allowed following a town council decision.

 

Union wants to hear from beef producers

Union wants to hear from beef producers

Beef farmers are being invited to attend a series of “drop in sessions” at store sales around the country to tell NFU Scotland about the key issues affecting their businesses.

Expensive items stolen from farm

Expensive items stolen from farm

Expensive tools and a drone camera have been stolen from a farm near Lurgan.

Yorkley Court Farm offer £5,000 reward for arson attack information

Yorkley Court Farm offer £5,000 reward for arson attack information

Yorkley Court Farm are offering a £5,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of those responsible of damaging the farm.

Carleton farmer James Drake lands first prime cattle title at Skipton

Carleton farmer James Drake lands first prime cattle title at Skipton

Bef cattle farmer James Drake, of Carla Beck Farm, Carleton, was both champion and reserve at the April prime cattle show at Skipton Auction Mart.

Nine dogs shot by landowners for sheep worrying, new figures from West Mercia Police reveal

Nine dogs shot by landowners for sheep worrying, new figures from West Mercia Police reveal

Landowners across the police force covering Shropshire have shot nine dogs for worrying their livestock in the last five years, figures have revealed.

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