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Agriculture in the news - February 29

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Crackdown on free-roaming sheep in the Forest of Dean

Crackdown on free-roaming sheep in the Forest of Dean

New measures are being introduced to "address problems" relating to free-roaming sheep in the Forest of Dean.

Teen who stabbed sheep and set it on fire could be jailed

Teen who stabbed sheep and set it on fire could be jailed

A teenager who stabbed a sheep in the neck before setting it on fire has been warned he could be jailed.

NI farmers urged to apply 'online and on time'

NI farmers urged to apply 'online and on time'

Northern Ireland's 2016 Single Application Form online service will open in the first week of March - and farmers there are being urged to apply "online and on time".

FUW Carmarthen puts the spotlight on rural crime

FUW Carmarthen puts the spotlight on rural crime

The Carmarthen branch of the Farmers’ Union of Wales has put the spotlight on rural crime by hosting four successful information evenings across the county with PCSO Martin Dickenson, who is the Rural Liaison Officer for Carmarthen and St. Clears.

New £25m fund to boost affordable housing in rural areas

 New £25m fund to boost affordable housing in rural areas

The Scottish Government has announced a new £25 million fund to help bring an estimated 500 new affordable homes specifically to rural areas.

Major study to help beef farmers meet carbon targets

Major study to help beef farmers meet carbon targets

The findings of one of the largest ever independent studies of its kind can help farmers beat targets to reduce their carbon footprint, saving them money in the process, researchers claim.

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