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Agriculture in the news - June 16, 2016

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Referendum poll shows farming vote is split

Referendum poll shows farming vote is split

More than one in four farmers are undecided over whether voting to leave the European Union would be a good or bad thing for British agriculture.

Wigglesworth farmers invest in new dairy unit - thanks to Fair Milk scheme

Wigglesworth farmers invest in new dairy unit - thanks to Fair Milk scheme

Wigglesworth farmer Edward Booth has just invested in a new, custom-built dairy unit, and he says the move is a direct result of the Fair Milk scheme run by supermarket Booths.

Owner of 'problem' farm in Colne facing fresh legal action

Owner of 'problem' farm in Colne facing fresh legal action

The owner of a Colne farm that has allegedly been the sight of fly-tipping and fire burning is facing fresh legal action.

North Devon farmers banned over sheep neglect

North Devon farmers banned over sheep neglect

An 80 year old North Devon farmer and his wife have been given suspended jail sentences and banned from keeping animals for seven years after they admitted causing unnecessary suffering to sheep.

Let’s be avin’ ewe: message from police to sheep-rustlers following NFU training

Let’s be avin’ ewe: message from police to sheep-rustlers following NFU training

Let's be ‘aving ewe, will be the message to sheep-rustlers from police in the wake of a new initiative.

Two-tonne farming machinery worth £18,000 stolen from land near Leeds

Two-tonne farming machinery worth £18,000 stolen from land near Leeds

Valuable farming equipment weighing two tonnes has been stolen from land near Leeds.

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