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Agriculture in the news - July 6, 2016

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27 cattle on farm test positive for angel dust

27 cattle on farm test positive for angel dust

A further 27 cattle from a farm in Co Monaghan tested positive for the banned substance Clenbuterol - better known as angel dust - and have been destroyed.

Busy start to the summer for Spa Young Farmers’ Club

Busy start to the summer for Spa Young Farmers’ Club

Spa Young Farmers’ Club have had a busy start to the summer. They held their annual tractor run on May 7 which raised £535.

Dairy farmers need to see returns - NFU

Dairy farmers need to see returns - NFU

On the eve of the Livestock Event, NFU dairy board chairman Michael Oakes says that with further positive moves on the markets, more money should now be coming back to the farm gate.

Call for more young bee farmers

Call for more young bee farmers

A SCHEME designed to bring some young blood into the UK bee farming industry has unveiled its latest recruits, including a 21-year-old part-time fire fighter, a 19-year-old school leaver and a 24-year-old shop worker.

Horror sheep attack captured on camera by Telford man

Horror sheep attack captured on camera by Telford man

A man today spoke of his horror after capturing pictures of dogs attacking a sheep in the Welsh countryside.

Barclays offers to lend £100m to struggling farmers

Barclays offers to lend £100m to struggling farmers

Barclays has pledged to lend up to £100m to farmers looking to adapt in the face of global commodity price shocks and the threat of losing support from EU subsidies.

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