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Agriculture in the news - June 1, 2016

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Monmouth fatal farm accident victim named

Monmouth fatal farm accident victim named

A man who died following an industrial accident on a farm near Monmouth has been named as David Llewellyn.

Minister apologises for farm payment scandal but refuses to rule out EU fines

Minister apologises for farm payment scandal but refuses to rule out EU fines

Scotland’s new Rural Economy Minister has apologised to farmers for delays to the payment of hundreds of millions of pounds of support but repeatedly refused to guarantee the taxpayer will not be hit with up to £125 million of EU fines.

Harvest starts for Gower's famous early potatoes on family farm

Harvest starts for Gower's famous early potatoes on family farm

This week David Shepherd and his younger family members are busy pulling out the first crop of rockets — an early and heavy-cropping potato variety.

Breast cancer targeted by North Devon farming family's pink hay bale campaign

Breast cancer targeted by North Devon farming family's pink hay bale campaign

One North Devon farming family has decided to take a break from tradition in order to promote a cause close to their hearts – by turning their hay bales bright pink.

First ever sheep shearing festival for Cannon Hall Farm

First ever sheep shearing festival for Cannon Hall Farm

Families have been invited to a “baa-my” event at Cannon Hall Farm.

Politicians encouraged to find out about farming

Politicians encouraged to find out about farming

The farmers’ union has invited MEPs to visit a farm or attend an agricultural show this year.

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