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Agriculture in the news - August 9, 2016

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Aberdeenshire sheep farmers prepare for 11th annual ram sale

Aberdeenshire sheep farmers prepare for 11th annual ram sale

An award-winning family of pedigree sheep breeders from the north-east is holding its 11th annual on-farm ram sale next week.

Dairy farming family’s latest diversification venture is a winner

Dairy farming family’s latest diversification venture is a winner

The latest venture by a dairy farming family – committed to diversification, animal welfare and environmental stewardship – has won them a 2016 National Trust’s Fine Farm Produce Award.

Loughs Agency urges farmers to prevent silage effluent pollution

Loughs Agency urges farmers to prevent silage effluent pollution

The Loughs Agency has issued advice to farmers in a bid to prevent any further pollution incidents involving silage effluent.

Farming in Lincolnshire could become 'unsustainable' says NFU chairman

Farming in Lincolnshire could become 'unsustainable' says NFU chairman

The chairman of the National Farmers Union fears farming in Lincolnshire will become 'unsustainable' if prices continue to slump.

UK farm policy could be set to follow US and Oz examples

UK farm policy could be set to follow US and Oz examples

UK farmers should be preparing for a possible reduction in direct support as the country moves towards its post-Brexit future, according to the latest analysis by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB).

Dog owners urged to be vigilant after sheep 'ripped to bits' in attack near Glastonbury

Dog owners urged to be vigilant after sheep 'ripped to bits' in attack near Glastonbury

Dog owners are being urged to remain vigilant after sheep and lambs near Glastonbury were killed.

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