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Agriculture in the news - February 23

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Farmers sought for new potato project

Farmers sought for new potato project

The hunt is on to find a host farmer for an innovative new potato project.

Flock of sheep on loose in Padiham

Flock of sheep on loose in Padiham

Drivers got more than they baa-rgained for as more than 30 sheep were loose in Padiham at rush hour on Monday morning.

Overnight thieves raid Manea farm and make off with £52,000 worth of equipment

Overnight thieves raid Manea farm and make off with £52,000 worth of equipment

Overnight thieves have raided a farm and stole £52,000 worth of equipment – including a John Deere mini tractor.

Low protein silage can kill

Low protein silage can kill

A casualty animal recently submitted to one of Scotland's Rural College Veterinary Investigation Centres has confirmed fears that some silages being fed to livestock this winter are low in protein and could lead to slow starvation and death.

The Welsh way of dairy farming is the most cost-effective, say researchers

The Welsh way of dairy farming is the most cost-effective, say researchers

A dairying system labelled ‘the Welsh way’ has been shown to have the lowest cost of production.

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