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Agriculture in the news - August 25, 2016

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Plea to dog owners after attacks on sheep

Plea to dog owners after attacks on sheep

Dog walkers are being urged to keep their animals on leads when near livestock.

Helicopter proposal after farmers mow 'will you marry me'

Helicopter proposal after farmers mow 'will you marry me'

A romantic hopeful proposed to his girlfriend by flying her over a field where a farmer had mowed the words "will you marry me".

Two calls every hour to animals struggling in hot summer weather

Two calls every hour to animals struggling in hot summer weather

The RSPCA has urged pet owners and farmers to keep their animals cool in the summer heat as temperatures rocket to 30C in some parts of England and Wales this week.

Two dogs shot as sheep were killed on Lanark farm

Two dogs shot as sheep were killed on Lanark farm

Two dogs caught worrying sheep at a Lanark farm on Sunday were shot dead by the farmer.

CLA hosts Brexit event for Cambridgeshire farmers and landowners

CLA hosts Brexit event for Cambridgeshire farmers and landowners

Cambridgeshire farmers and landowners are being asked to share their views on Brexit at a special CLA event to be held at the Duxford Lodge Hotel on Friday September 16 (2.30-4.30pm).

Aberdeenshire couple lead UK’s first Valais Blacknose sheep show and sale

Aberdeenshire couple lead UK’s first Valais Blacknose sheep show and sale

A farming couple from the north-east took home the top price and champion rosettes at the first ever dedicated show and sale of Valais Blacknose sheep in the UK.

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