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Agriculture in the news - February 15

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Cannon Hall Farm named Farm of The Year in the National Farm Attractions Network Awards

Cannon Hall Farm named Farm of The Year in the National Farm Attractions Network Awards

 

Cannon Hall Farm in Cawthorne beat hundreds of other attractions to be named Farm of The Year in the National Farm Attractions Network Awards.

Blaze at Hesketh Bank farm

Blaze at Hesketh Bank farm

Crews from five fire stations were called to tackle a fire at a farm in Hesketh Bank.

Farmers told to remain vigilant over bluetongue concerns

Farmers told to remain vigilant over bluetongue concerns

British farmers have been urged to closely monitor their sheep flocks carefully by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).

Seeking a flood solution

Seeking a flood solution

Working with farmers with regards to flood defences is now a priority according to Scottish Environment Protection Agency chief executive Terry A'Hearn.

Farm’s bid to save 9,000 laying hens

Farm’s bid to save 9,000 laying hens

The Mac’s Organic Egg Farm in Ditchling is working with animal rights organisations on the huge task of finding new homes for 9,000 hens in a bid to save them from slaughter.

Farmers kept in dark on what Brexit would mean for sector

Farmers kept in dark on what Brexit would mean for sector

Britain’s farmers are being kept in the dark about the future of agriculture if the country were to opt to leave the European Union, a former select committe chairwoman has warned.

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