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Agriculture in the news - July 13, 2016

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Sheep worrying warning to Biggar dog walkers

Sheep worrying warning to Biggar dog walkers

Police are warning dog walkers, especially those in Biggar, to keep their pets under control near livestock.

Clash of counties as young farmers go head to head in tug 'o war, stock judging and cake decoration!

Clash of counties as young farmers go head to head in tug 'o war, stock judging and cake decoration!

Young farmers from across the south west went head to head at a competition at Kingston Maurward.

Museum of English Rural Life reopens after £3m redevelopment project

Museum of English Rural Life reopens after £3m redevelopment project

The UK’s leading museum of food, farming and the countryside reopens after £3 million redevelopment project.

Call for clear support for farmers after Brexit vote

Call for clear support for farmers after Brexit vote

A Northumberland Lib Dem campaigner has welcomed a Lords debate which discussed the impact of Brexit on farming and has joined calls for ongoing support for farmers.

New range of milk will aid farmers in Shropshire

New range of milk will aid farmers in Shropshire

A new premium milk line which will see extra money returned to farmers has been launched in supermarkets.

Closure studies show pressures growing in UK farming sector

Closure studies show pressures growing in UK farming sector

Nearly ten per cent of dairy farms across England and Wales have closed in the last three years, according to the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB).

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