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Agriculture in the news - July 12, 2016

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Great Yorkshire Show – case of rural excellence

Great Yorkshire Show – case of rural excellence

The biggest annual showcase of the best of British farming is about to get underway.

Sheep return to Ashbourne Market Place

Sheep return to Ashbourne Market Place

The man behind bringing sheep back to Ashbourne's Market Place said he had achieved what he set out to do in highlighting the importance of lamb in the British diet.

 

Dorothy Fairburn: After Brexit, rural voice must be heard

Dorothy Fairburn: After Brexit, rural voice must be heard

After many months of discourse, speculation and opinion we now know for sure that the future for Yorkshire’s farmers and landowners lies outside of the European Union.

Prince's report warns family farms at risk as numbers drop

Prince's report warns family farms at risk as numbers drop

The family farm, bedrock of the agricultural community in the South West, is under severe threat and may disappear entirely from the rural scene, a new report warns.

Dairy farms closures: More than 1,000 shut in three years

Dairy farms closures: More than 1,000 shut in three years

The number of dairy farms in England and Wales has fallen by more than 1,000 in three years, an industry body has reported.

More than 1,000 cattle slaughtered as TB incidents continue to rise

More than 1,000 cattle slaughtered as TB incidents continue to rise

More than 1,000 cattle were slaughtered in Dorset over the last year as incidents of TB continue to rise.

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