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Agriculture in the news - January 6

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Minister praises hardy farming communities as figures show remarkable December rainfall

Minister praises hardy farming communities as figures show remarkable December rainfall

The agriculture minister has praised the hardiness of flood-hit farmers as fresh figures revealed the remarkable extent of the Province’s unusually-wet December.

Award-winning Conwy farm shop sells 'Welsh' pork...from Belgium

Award-winning Conwy farm shop sells 'Welsh' pork...from Belgium

An award-winning farm shop which prides itself on promoting local produce has apologised after meat described as “Welsh” was found to be from Belgium.

Milk merger complete

Milk merger complete

Dairy Crest's dairies operations have been sold to Müller UK in a deal that forms a new organisation called Müller Milk and Ingredients.

‘I see light at end of the tunnel’ - Shropshire farmer's cautious optimism

‘I see light at end of the tunnel’ - Shropshire farmer's cautious optimism

Andrew Bebb, who runs an organic dairy farm at Hanwood, near Shrewsbury, believes there is “light at the end of the tunnel” for dairy farmers, despite warnings of many quitting the industry in the spring.

Firefighters tackle farm blaze

Firefighters tackle farm blaze

Firefighters were called to a report of a fire at a farm yesterday.

Farmers lack confidence in ‘bare minimum’ payments approach

Farmers lack confidence in ‘bare minimum’ payments approach

Farmers have criticised the Rural Payments Agency for what they say is a “bare minimum approach” to delivering on its promise to pay most farmers their EU subsidy payments by the end of 2015.

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