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Agriculture in the news - January 19

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CLA warns rural housing crisis ‘deepened by new Right to Buy policy’

CLA warns rural housing crisis ‘deepened by new Right to Buy policy’

Lack of homes in the countryside is "extremely worrying" for rural communities in the eastern region and new Government policies could exacerbate the housing crisis, CLA East has warned.

‘Buyers cautious, but good quality farms in demand’

‘Buyers cautious, but good quality farms in demand’

Prime arable land and good quality farm units will remain in demand in 2016 although buyers will become more picky, claim land agents.

Landlords reject 'open' assignation of farm tenancies

Landlords reject 'open' assignation of farm tenancies

Scottish landowners do not want tenant farmers with secure '1991 act' tenancies - but no successor - to be given the right to assign their tenancies, for value, to a new entrant or progressing farmer.

Bull shot dead after causing traffic chaos on busy road

Bull shot dead after causing traffic chaos on busy road

A bull has been shot dead by police after escaping from its field and endangering traffic on a Hampshire dual carriageway.

Vet urges livestock farmers to apply for AHDB Beef and Lamb innovation grants

Vet urges livestock farmers to apply for AHDB Beef and Lamb innovation grants

With prices down and margins tight, livestock farmers are being encouraged to team up to explore new technologies and practices which could improve the productivity of their sector.

North East’s farmers need more help to keep floods at bay, Government told

North East’s farmers need more help to keep floods at bay, Government told

Farmers play a crucial role in providing a first line of defence against flooding, but they need more help if they are to do so effectively, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

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