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Agriculture in the news - December 14

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Floods prompt 'help' pleas

Floods prompt 'help' pleas

With transport and logistics causing significant problems, the NFU highlighted that milk collection and delivery of animal feed supplies had been worrying the industry.

Sheep and goat-herd owners complete census records

Sheep and goat-herd owners complete census records

Some 45,000 flock owners were legally obliged to complete the annual sheep and goat census form this week.

Avoiding inbreeding from leading sires and dams

Avoiding inbreeding from leading sires and dams

While Genomics has ensured that leading sires, dams and breeding lines are recognised and available to the dairy farmer much more quickly, farmers do need a detailed breeding plan and efficient record keeping to avoid inbreeding and thus ensure that the objectives they have set out are achieved.

Young Powys farmer says new Abermule egg farm will help sustain industry

Young Powys farmer says new Abermule egg farm will help sustain industry

A young farmer says the expansion of his business will help sustain employment after underlining his commitment to the future of farming in Powys.

Rural Wales waiting to be unleashed, says CLA president

Rural Wales waiting to be unleashed, says CLA president

Poor internet speeds and phone reception are "stifling" Wales's rural economy, according to a lobby group.

Video shows moment explosion sparks dramatic fire at Aberdeenshire farm

Video shows moment explosion sparks dramatic fire at Aberdeenshire farm

A man was rushed to hospital last night with burns to his face, legs and hands after an explosion sparked a dramatic fire at a north-east farm.

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