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Agriculture in the news - January 22

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New president and chairman elected at young farmers' annual meeting in Kendal

New president and chairman elected at young farmers' annual meeting in Kendal

Maureen Boyren and Tracy Hodgson (pictured) were elected president and chairman respectively of the Cumbria Young Farmers' Club Southern District at its 34th annual meeting held in the Castle Green Hotel, Kendal, on Friday.

18,000 solar panels for farm fields

18,000 solar panels for farm fields

A Green energy company hopes to put thousands of solar panels in green fields a stone's throw away from an existing wind farm.

Farm support system in meltdown, claim crofters

Farm support system in meltdown, claim crofters

A mere 1 per cent of crofters have taken delivery of farm subsidy payments, according to a Scottish Crofting Federation (SCF) survey.

£50k funding to Exmoor farmers

£50k funding to Exmoor farmers

Hill farming on Exmoor will soon receive a "significant" boost after a £50,000 funding deal was announced.

Farmers included in new flood protection grant scheme

Farmers included in new flood protection grant scheme

A flood protection initiative is to be extended to include small businesses and farmers as well as home owners, the Agriculture Minister has said.

Farmer faces eviction following land purchase for new Harpenden school

Farmer faces eviction following land purchase for new Harpenden school

The owners of an agricultural site on the corner of Lower Luton Road and Common Lane in Batford have agreed to sell their land for the town’s proposed fourth secondary school.

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