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Agriculture in the news - January 12

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Twin motorcycling champions stay true to farming roots

Twin motorcycling champions stay true to farming roots

Lincolnshire twins, who are preparing to compete in the National Superstock 600 Championships, say farming will always be part of their life despite their main passion being motorbikes.

Farm security stepped up after sheep butchered in field

Farm security stepped up after sheep butchered in field

A farmer in Northamptonshire is stepping up security after five of her sheep were butchered in their fields.

Twelve piglets born at Wirral school's farm

Twelve piglets born at Wirral school's farm

A black sow gave birth to twelve piglets this morning at a Wirral school which runs a farm to offer its students an alternative education.

Watch video of farm marooned by floodwater that was hit by a medical emergency

Watch video of farm marooned by floodwater that was hit by a medical emergency

A dairy farming family marooned by floodwater is pleading for road improvements following a medical emergency.

‘Strong pound hitting UK farm exports to Europe’

‘Strong pound hitting UK farm exports to Europe’

There are many factors which will affect the profitability of farming in 2016 but none will be as influential as the exchange rate between the euro and sterling.

Confirmed case of bird flu at Fife poultry farm prompts mass cull

Confirmed case of bird flu at Fife poultry farm prompts mass cull

All birds from a poultry farm in Dunfermline are to be culled after a case of bird flu was identified.

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