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Agriculture in the news - July 4, 2016

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Young Farmers take to the open road for tractor run

Young Farmers take to the open road for tractor run

The Glamorgan Young Farmers Club tractor run has been hailed a success by participants and organisers.

What will happen to the UK's European farm workers?

What will happen to the UK's European farm workers?

Thousands of foreign farm workers come to the UK every year. But in the wake of the UK vote on 23 June to leave the EU, they find themselves in uncertain times.

Latest research shows welsh farmers increasingly moving sector's climate change agenda

Latest research shows welsh farmers increasingly moving sector's climate change agenda

Welsh lamb and beef farmers are increasingly moving the industry’s climate change agenda forward as they link good environmental actions to good commercial practice, the latest Hybu Cig Cymru-Meat Promotion Wales (HCC) research indicates.

Farmers to bear brunt of Brexit

Farmers to bear brunt of Brexit

The chairman of the Northern Ireland Agricultural Producers’ Association in Fermanagh is certain farmers would be better off staying within the European Union.

Brexit vote sends ‘shivers of fear’ in Irish farming sector

Brexit vote sends ‘shivers of fear’ in Irish farming sector

The Brexit divorce of the UK from the EU has sent shivers of fear across the now ‘European’ border into the Republic of Ireland.

Farm worker driving tractor fined for allowing 50 vehicles to build up behind him

Farm worker driving tractor fined for allowing 50 vehicles to build up behind him

A farm worker driving a tractor loaded with beets was found with one tyre so badly worn that the internal cord and ply was exposed and could have led to a "sudden and catastrophic failure"

 

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