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Agriculture in the news - August 26, 2016

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Hay bales on fire at Shropshire farm

Hay bales on fire at Shropshire farm

A stack of five, one-tonne bales caught fire at Lea Cross in Minsterley at 5.30pm yesterday.

Farm accidents could result in 'corporate manslaughter' prosecutions

Farm accidents could result in 'corporate manslaughter' prosecutions

Farmers have been warned that under the tough new legal regime for workplace health and safety breaches, they could be convicted of corporate manslaughter if someone dies in a farm accident, and face unlimited fines or even imprisonment.

Fraserburgh young farmer lifts champion title at Huntly 25th anniversary sale

Fraserburgh young farmer lifts champion title at Huntly 25th anniversary sale

A well-known young farmer from Fraserburgh lifted the champion rosette at the 25th anniversary show and sale of store cattle at Huntly.

Farmer appeals for help in tracing tractor reported stolen from farm near Darlington

Farmer appeals for help in tracing tractor reported stolen from farm near Darlington

A farmer who reported his tractor stolen from his property has appealed for help in finding the missing machine.

Dairy farmers should be alert to signs of compromised rumen function

Dairy farmers should be alert to signs of compromised rumen function

As diets change to reflect grazing availability, dairy farmers are being urged to look out for the warning signs of compromised rumen function that can lower feed efficiency and overall production performance.

Silverbridge: Investigation launched after man dies on County Armagh farm

Silverbridge: Investigation launched after man dies on County Armagh farm

A man in his 70s has died after an incident on a farm in County Armagh.

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