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Agriculture in the news - January 28

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Wynnstay shares drop as growing farmer gloom bites

Wynnstay shares drop as growing farmer gloom bites

Wynnstay Group shares tumbled as the UK grain trading-to-pets group warned that its outlook has "become more cautious", as weak grain prices and a mild start to winter curb sales to farmers.

Major Midlands pig farm to close two sites

Major Midlands pig farm to close two sites

A major pig farm in the Midlands says it will have to close two of its sites, near Lichfield in Staffordshire and Foston in Derbyshire.

Boost for farmers as pre-export brucellosis tests end

Boost for farmers as pre-export brucellosis tests end

Farmers have been given the green light to export cattle without brucellosis testing, almost four years after the last case was seen in Northern Ireland.

Rural broadband scheme launched across borough

Rural broadband scheme launched across borough

A new scheme aimed at boosting broadband speeds in rural areas has been launched in the Antrim and Newtownabbey borough.

Upset Darlington man rammed farmer's car after pet Rottweiler shot for worrying sheep

Upset Darlington man rammed farmer's car after pet Rottweiler shot for worrying sheep

Craig Jordan Abbott was “upset” when the farmer shot his dog as a “last resort” after it had been worrying sheep at his farm in the Darlington area in December.

Sheep attacked and killed by dogs let off leads in Highlands

Sheep attacked and killed by dogs let off leads in Highlands

A number of sheep have suffered serious injuries in recent months and one died of its wounds.

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