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Agriculture in the news - July 25, 2016

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Entries sought for Aberdeen-Angus herd competition

Entries sought for Aberdeen-Angus herd competition

The Northern Ireland Aberdeen-Angus Club have this week made entry forms available for the NIAAC annual herd competition, sponsored by Danske Bank.

Vets and farmers face some uncertain times

Vets and farmers face some uncertain times

Brexit: what will it mean for farmers and vets? Who knows? The future is so uncertain at the moment that we can only speculate on the impact the Brexit will have on farming, the veterinary profession and animal welfare.

Brexit puts Shropshire farmers in peril

Brexit puts Shropshire farmers in peril

Britain’s decision to leave the European Union could lead to restrictions on immigration – and Shropshire NFU representative Ali Capper warned that could put growers out of business.

Staffordshire loses nine dairy farmers in five months

Staffordshire loses nine dairy farmers in five months

Staffordshire has lost nine dairy farmers in just five months – and nationally more than 1,000 have quit the industry during the past three years.

Dogs maul seven sheep to death at Place Farm, Kenardington

Dogs maul seven sheep to death at Place Farm, Kenardington

A farm was turned into a bloodbath this weekend when three loose dogs got into a field and savaged seven sheep to death.

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