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Agriculture in the news - December 16

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Police looking for new specials to tackle rural crime in Bassetlaw

Police looking for new specials to tackle rural crime in Bassetlaw

Nottinghamshire Police are looking to start recruiting special constables to work in the rural areas of north east Bassetlaw.

 

Technological revolution must be within reach of every farmer

Technological revolution must be within reach of every farmer

A more technological approach to farming is crucial for meeting the needs of an extra 2.4 billion extra people who are expected to swell the world’s population by 2050, according to a new EU report.

Farm leaders hit back at claims agriculture to blame for drastic fall in butterfly numbers

Farm leaders hit back at claims agriculture to blame for drastic fall in butterfly numbers

The National Farmers’ Union has responded to allegations that farmers are directly to blame for the drastic decline in British butterfly numbers.

Farmer loses business after milk prices slashed

Farmer loses business after milk prices slashed

A farmer who won an award for a campaign to encourage supermarkets to increase the price of milk has lost his business.

Over 3,300 farmers apply to join Business Development Groups

Over 3,300 farmers apply to join Business Development Groups

Agriculture Minister Michelle O’Neill has revealed that 3,313 applications have been submitted to join the Business Development Groups (BDG) programme.

St Helen’s Farm supports wildlife

St Helen’s Farm supports wildlife

St Helen’s Farm, the UK’s leading supplier of goats’ milk products, has announced a partnership with the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust that will see it fund a wildlife viewing point at one of the Trust’s flagship nature reserves.

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