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Agriculture in the news - February 10

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Sheep had to be put down after its face was mutilated by poacher's stray shot

Sheep had to be put down after its face was mutilated by poacher's stray shot

A farmer hit out at callous poachers after his sheep’s face was blown to pieces by a stray gunshot.

Local farmer fears ‘bleak’ outlook ahead of London march

Local farmer fears ‘bleak’ outlook ahead of London march

A Newton Abbot farmer has spoken out about how the outlook for local farming looks 'bleak' with more farmers being forced to leave the profession.

Ten fire crews battle farm blaze

Ten fire crews battle farm blaze

A FARM devastated by fire two years ago has been hit by another blaze, with ten fire crews involved in bringing it under control.

OP sheep dip illnesses may have been more widespread than officially acknowledged

OP sheep dip illnesses may have been more widespread than officially acknowledged

Newly released HSE document suggests there may have been many thousands of cases across Britain ranging from the mild to the serious.

North-east pupils visit dairy farm to learn more about food

North-east pupils visit dairy farm to learn more about food

A group of primary school children visited a north-east dairy farm to learn how milk is produced as part of Farmhouse Breakfast Week.

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