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Agriculture in the news - December 1

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Farmers should launch their own pro-EU group, claims Labour campaign leader Alan Johnson

Farmers should launch their own pro-EU group, claims Labour campaign leader Alan Johnson

Farmers should establish their own EU “in” campaign, the head of Labour’s referendum group has suggested, as he warns of a “cold world” outside the union.

​Truro potato farm admits health and safety charge

​Truro potato farm admits health and safety charge

A Truro firm has admitted failings that led to a young farm worker being electrocuted after a potato-harvesting machine cut through an overhead power line.

Thirty animals including geese, chickens and ducks stolen from farm in Timperley

Thirty animals including geese, chickens and ducks stolen from farm in Timperley

Thirty animals, including chickens, ducks and geese, have been stolen from a farm in Altrincham.

2016 child safety on farms calendar launched

2016 child safety on farms calendar launched

The ‘Be Aware Kids’ child safety on farms 2016 calendar has been launched by George Lucas, chairman of the Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI).

Firefighters save 300 pigs from blaze at Angus farm

Firefighters save 300 pigs from blaze at Angus farm

Firefighters battled to protect hundreds of animals from a blaze at an Angus farm.

Mole Valley farming moves into the Internet of Cows

Mole Valley farming moves into the Internet of Cows

Agricultural company Mole Valley is making aggressive inroads into data analytics by equipping its farming customers with Microsoft's Dynamics AX ERP system, Power BI and SharePoint to turn animal husbandry into an exact science.

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