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Agriculture in the news - July 28, 2016

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Farmers welcome plan to end US ban on British beef and lamb

Farmers welcome plan to end US ban on British beef and lamb

Farming unions in Wales have welcomed the news that America is considering proposals to relax import restrictions on British lamb and beef.

United Dairy Farmers reports a good recovery with increased profits

United Dairy Farmers reports a good recovery with increased profits

United Dairy Farmers, parent company of Dale Farm, has reported on its annual results for year ending March 2016.

Ministers ‘keen to secure’ best post-Brexit Irish agriculture deal

Ministers ‘keen to secure’ best post-Brexit Irish agriculture deal

In the wake of the Brexit vote, farming interests in Northern Ireland are anxious to work with the Republic to secure the best deal for exports, according to Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed.

Scottish Upland Sheep Support Scheme payments begin

Scottish Upland Sheep Support Scheme payments begin

Payments under the new Scottish Upland Sheep Support Scheme (SUSSS) began today.

Garstang farmer’s praise for ‘lifeline’ milk scheme

Garstang farmer’s praise for ‘lifeline’ milk scheme

A Garstang farmer has praised a supermarket’s pioneering Fair Milk Deal as being a lifeline for their business.

3G coverage for rural villages

3G coverage for rural villages

Vodafone has confirmed that customers in remote Shetland 'not-spot' areas Fetlar and Sandness can now gain access to 3G mobile data through its new femtocell technology.

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