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What do Scottish farmers do 20 times more often than people involved in other walks of life? The simple but distressing answer is: “Get killed in workplace accidents.”
Police officers involved in the fight against sheep rustling have received expert tuition from farmers as part of a groundbreaking new specialist training scheme.
Describing his approach to beef farming as “holistic”, Mr Moyles (34) sees his role in agriculture as being as much about being a protector of the land as a producer of premium beef from his 65-strong Simmenthal herd.
A mechanic who died after a tractor accident has been remembered as a ‘genius’ with machines, and as a gentleman with a ready smile.
Farming groups welcomed the special recognition of the importance of agriculture in the climate change deal, reached in Paris.
New industry guidance has been published outlining landlord and tenant farmer obligations.