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Agriculture in the news - April 7, 2016

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Trapped sheep rescued by firefighters in Rugeley

Trapped sheep rescued by firefighters in Rugeley

Firefighters were called to help assist with the rescue of a sheep which had got into distress overnight in Rugeley.

Brexit would cut red tape for farmers, says Eustice

Brexit would cut red tape for farmers, says Eustice

Leaving the European Union would allow Britain to "take control" and cut red tape for farmers, a Defra minister has said.

Owner of dog that savaged Bethesda farm lambs says sorry

Owner of dog that savaged Bethesda farm lambs says sorry

Molly Smith said she was “devastated” after her husky Tyson killed seven of farmer Stephen Jones’ flock.

Farming Minister backs rise of UK care farming during Cornwall visit

Farming Minister backs rise of UK care farming during Cornwall visit

Care farming can become a key feature of the UK’s care provision and add millions to the rural economy, according to a new ‘State Of Play’ study unveiled by farming minister George Eustice today.

Former student speaks out about West Somerset College Farm Unit

Former student speaks out about West Somerset College Farm Unit

A former student from West Somerset College's Farm Unit has spoken about how he managed to pursue a career as a vet thanks to his experience at the College.

Seven people test positive for virus after outbreak at Coleg Gwent farm site in Usk

Seven people test positive for virus after outbreak at Coleg Gwent farm site in Usk

A Monmouthshire farm has cancelled a series of open day visits for primary school children following the outbreak of a diarrhoea-causing virus.

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