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Agriculture in the news - February 4

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Powered by poo: Somerset dairy farm enjoys biogas boom

Powered by poo: Somerset dairy farm enjoys biogas boom

A dairy farm which converts manure into methane gas has increased production so fast it is now making enough gas for 6,000 homes.

Dorset Young Farmers battle it out for rural accolade

Dorset Young Farmers battle it out for rural accolade

Dorset Young Farmers took to the stage to battle it out for the right to represent the county at a regional competition.

Falling land prices encouraging rise in rural entrepreneurs

Falling land prices encouraging rise in rural entrepreneurs

Increasing urban property prices and falling land values could be fuelling a rise in new rural business start-ups and lifestyle farmers, the latest survey by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and Royal Agricultural University (RAU) indicates.

Action to accelerate new CAP payments

Action to accelerate new CAP payments

Rural Affairs Secretary Richard Lochhead has given an update on progress making payments under the new Common Agricultural Policy.

Farmers opposed controversial SNP land reform plan

Farmers opposed controversial SNP land reform plan

Scotland's landowners and farmers object to farm tenancy plan that critics claim could damge the sector and lead to legal challenges.

BT accused of 'cherry picking' as PM commits to improving rural broadband

BT accused of 'cherry picking' as PM commits to improving rural broadband

The Prime Minister has vowed to improve rural broadband in the South West, as officials accuse internet providers of “dragging their heels” in Devon and Cornwall.

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