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Agriculture in the news - February 18

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Farmer who shot dogs: Fence damaged

Farmer who shot dogs: Fence damaged

 

A County Down farmer who shot three hunt dogs which he says threatened his sheep has had damage caused to fencing round his land.

Farmer asks: could you adopt some of my hens?

Farmer asks: could you adopt some of my hens?

Have you ever kept hens? No? Well now's your chance! A farmer in Sussex needs to find new homes for thousands of them.

Whatever happened to farming in Lincolnshire after the 2001 foot and mouth crisis?

Whatever happened to farming in Lincolnshire after the 2001 foot and mouth crisis?

Lincolnshire's countryside was in virtual lockdown during the 2001 nationwide foot and mouth outbreak.

 

Judge commends Teesdale farmer for evidence which helped bring two sheep thieves to justice

Judge commends Teesdale farmer for evidence which helped bring two sheep thieves to justice

A judge has praised a Teesdale farmer for giving evidence which helped bring two sheep thieves to justice.

Devon gastro pub mixing farming with butchery

Devon gastro pub mixing farming with butchery

n 1860, Robert Gibbins ran an ale house at Rockbeare, where he also farmed livestock and slaughtered and butchered meat. He would deliver his meat around the area by horse and cart. These were tough, hard times.

 

South Lakes family’s farm appeal ‘relief’

South Lakes family’s farm appeal ‘relief’

A FAMILY which established haulage, plant hire and equestrian enterprises on a South Lakeland farm are celebrating victory after successfully fighting enforcement action which threatened to close the businesses down.

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