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Agriculture in the news - July 29, 2016

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North Yorkshire left with seven-figure rural crime bill

North Yorkshire left with seven-figure rural crime bill

Rural crime cost North Yorkshire over a million pounds in 2015, new figures have revealed.

Scottish farms face losing millions in subsidy after Brexit

Scottish farms face losing millions in subsidy after Brexit

Scottish farmers face losing hundreds of millions of pounds in subsidy after Brexit unless the UK government increases funding for Holyrood, a Scottish parliament committee has been told.

Farming – is it a way of life or a business?

Farming – is it a way of life or a business?

Over many years there has been a debate by people on the subject of farming or, more particularly, farm businesses – is it a way of life or a business?

Farmers warn of more milk price protests

Farmers warn of more milk price protests

A fresh wave of milk protests could be on the horizon if retailers and processors don’t increase the price paid to farmers.

Nottinghamshire farmers share concerns over future availability of water for farming

Nottinghamshire farmers share concerns over future availability of water for farming

Nottinghamshire farmers have met with the representations of the industry to discuss concerns over future supply of water in the county.

Father and son farmers convicted at Antrim Court

Father and son farmers convicted at Antrim Court

Father and son farmers, Dennis and Andrew Hamill, of Blackstown, Road, Crumlin, Co Antrim, were today (Thursday) convicted at Antrim Magistrates’ Court on a number of animal welfare charges.

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