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Agriculture in the news - February 16

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Rathfriland farmer defends killing hunting dogs after they threatened his sheep

Rathfriland farmer defends killing hunting dogs after they threatened his sheep

 

A County Down farmer has said he had no choice but to shoot several dogs involved in a stag hunt to protect his sheep.

Farm Quality Assurance

Farm Quality Assurance

Representatives from the UFU’s Hill Farming and Beef and Lamb Committee attended the NI Farm Quality Assurance Board meeting.

Alconbury farmer hoping new food initiative will spark a revolution

Alconbury farmer hoping new food initiative will spark a revolution

A farmer is hoping to bring about a revolution in Alconbury and neighbouring Alconbury Weston with the launch of a new community food initiative.

Farming brothers grow their business

Farming brothers grow their business

Farming brothers Brothers Derek and Arthur Woodvine have expanded their holding at Kings Farm in Fordingbridge, by 25per cent from 390 acres of arable land to 488 acres.

Farm ministers given 10 days to submit “concrete ideas” on pigmeat support

Farm ministers given 10 days to submit 'concrete ideas' on pigmeat support

New 'concrete ideas' on EU market support measures for Europe’s struggling pigmeat and dairy sectors are to be gathered by the European Commission over the next 10 days and collated for discussion at the next Council of Farm Ministers’ meeting on March 14.

‘Farmers should think carefully before placing their cross in EU referendum’ writes Baroness Eluned Morgan

‘Farmers should think carefully before placing their cross in EU referendum’ writes Baroness Eluned Morgan

Labour peer and former MEP Baroness Morgan urges farmers to consider the consequences of a British withdrawal from the EU

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