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Agriculture in the news - July 7, 2016

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Thousands of farm inspections to be cut in government roll out

Thousands of farm inspections to be cut in government roll out

Thousands of farm visits inspections will be cut this year in the next phase of the government's Single Farm Inspection Taskforce roll out, reducing red tape and saving hard working farmers countless hours to focus on producing more British food.

Rural Fermanagh hit by second' chainsaw accident tragedy in under a year

Rural Fermanagh hit by second' chainsaw accident tragedy in under a year

A rural Fermanagh community has been left reeling after a 57-year-old father-of-two was killed in a freak accident with chainsaw - just nine months after a similar tragedy in the area.

Upland sheep support scheme an 'ongoing failure', says union

Upland sheep support scheme an 'ongoing failure', says union

Payments made under Scotland's new Upland Sheep Support Scheme 'remain at the back of the queue' and are an ongoing failure, according to NFU Scotland.

Most farmers wanted out, insists McIlveen

Most farmers wanted out, insists McIlveen

A DUP minister has claimed a majority of farmers in Northern Ireland were keen to leave the EU.

Minister's comments on farmers' business skills 'highly offensive'

Minister's comments on farmers' business skills 'highly offensive'

The rural affairs secretary should apologise for saying farmers are "perhaps not the best people to run a business", the Conservatives have said.

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