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Agriculture in the news - December 10

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Firefighters tackling major blaze at Northumberland farm

Firefighters tackling major blaze at Northumberland farm

Firefighters were called to a major barn blaze at a Northumberland farm.

County Durham farmer refusing to pay council tax until he receives money owed for compulsory land purchase

County Durham farmer refusing to pay council tax until he receives money owed for compulsory land purchase

A farmer refusing to pay council tax until his local authority pays him money owed from a compulsory land purchase has appeared in court.

Dairy farmers under ‘extreme pressure’

Dairy farmers under ‘extreme pressure’

The RUAS Winter Fair may be celebrating its 30th anniversary today but for many Northern Ireland dairy farmers there is little cause for celebration.

Councillors urged to reject wind farm near Fort Augustus

Councillors urged to reject wind farm near Fort Augustus

Councillors are being urged to reject plans for a wind farm with turbines almost as high as the Forth Road Bridge towers, less than four miles south of Fort Augustus.

Man arrested over deaths of up to 1,600 pigs on West Yorkshire farm

Man arrested over deaths of up to 1,600 pigs on West Yorkshire farm

Police question 52-year-old Leeds man on suspicion of causing unnecessary suffering to animals at farm where foods companies are registered.

Is big cat behind Gloucestershire sheep kills?

Is big cat behind Gloucestershire sheep kills?

Farmers in and around the Norton area said they had heard of several sheep being killed in the last few weeks at The Leigh.

 

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