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Agriculture in the news - December 22

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More must be done to improve rural broadband services, farmers' leaders warn

More must be done to improve rural broadband services, farmers' leaders warn

Farmers’ leaders are pressing the government to do more to help improve internet and mobile communications in rural locations like the Westcountry.

Reminder to farmers about changes to the way sheep are tagged in the New Year

Reminder to farmers about changes to the way sheep are tagged in the New Year

The Welsh Government has reminded farmers about important changes that affect the way in which sheep keepers identify lambs.

Land Rover thefts hit Devon farmers

Land Rover thefts hit Devon farmers

Rural insurer Cornish Mutual is urging farmers and land owners across the South West to be vigilant following an increase in thefts of farm vehicles over the last ten days in Devon.

Bumper Christmas sprouts harvest for Wolverhampton farm

Bumper Christmas sprouts harvest for Wolverhampton farm

Essington Fruit Farm near Wolverhampton produces a staggering half a million sprouts each year and staff say that 2015 has been a bumper crop with the vegetables growing bigger than usual due to the weather.

Crown Office reveals new approach to farm crime

Crown Office reveals new approach to farm crime

Prosecutors are to be given special training to deal with agricultural crime.

'Sudden death' reported on farm near Downpatrick

'Sudden death' reported on farm near Downpatrick

An investigation has begun into the death of a man in his 70s on a farm in County Down.

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