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Agriculture in the news - August 4, 2016

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Tesco support for YFCU soil assessment competition

Tesco support for YFCU soil assessment competition

Tesco has announced its continued support of the Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster (YFCU) soil assessment competition which takes place on Saturday, August 20, at the NI International Ploughing Championships at Bovally, Limavady.

Trees on agricultural land 'have potential' to combat climate change

Trees on agricultural land 'have potential' to combat climate change

Tree cover on agricultural land has increased across the globe, capturing nearly 0.75 Gigatonnes carbon dioxide every year.

Sheep found starving and unwell - woman charged with neglect

Sheep found starving and unwell - woman charged with neglect

A court has heard further details of the injuries and ailments suffered by sheep cared for by a Tockwith woman.

Farmers still waiting for £12million in CAP payments

Farmers still waiting for £12million in CAP payments

Fuming farmers are still waiting for £12million in delayed CAP payments – despite a Scottish Government pledge to give them their money “as quickly as possible”.

Scotland 'needs more pig farmers'

Scotland 'needs more pig farmers'

Scotland needs to recruit more pig farmers to meet increasing demand for the country's pork, according to industry leaders.

Alburgh farmer receives Royal helping hand to expand beef business

Alburgh farmer receives Royal helping hand to expand beef business

A Norfolk farmer has given her thanks to a member of the Royal Family in person, after she received a substantial bursary to help expand her farming business.

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