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Agriculture in the news - January 27

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Farmer chastises sheep for straying into off-limits field

Farmer chastises sheep for straying into off-limits field

A flock of sheep which strayed into an off-limits field got an earful from the farmer who spotted them.

Halstead Young Farmers come second in debating competition

Halstead Young Farmers come second in debating competition

The quintet, all members of Halstead Young Farmers Club, took part in Essex Young Farmers’ competition on Sunday held at Boswells School, in Chelmsford.

Workshops to highlight sheep EID opportunities

Workshops to highlight sheep EID opportunities

A series of free workshops highlighting how sheep farmers can benefit from the use of Electronic Identification in their flocks will be hosted by Quality Meat Scotland next month.

Sheep injured by rogue dog at Welwyn Hatfield nature reserve

Sheep injured by rogue dog at Welwyn Hatfield nature reserve

The sheep, part of a flock grazing a Gobions Wood near Brookmans Park, suffered a broken leg and serious cuts after it was dragged round a field by a dog.

Farmers should act now to defer January tax bills, say Old Mill

Farmers should act now to defer January tax bills, say Old Mill

Farmers who are still waiting to receive their Basic Payment should consider asking HM Revenue & Customs if they can defer their January tax bill, according to accountant Old Mill.

Clearly British campaign: ‘Dairy industry is a bloodbath with no market upturn in sight’

Clearly British campaign: ‘Dairy industry is a bloodbath with no market upturn in sight’

Dairy farming has become a “bloodbath” with ruthless price cuts decimating the industry, the farming union’s dairy leader has said following a fresh dip in farm gate milk prices.

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