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Agriculture in the news - June 22, 2016

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Nestle to buy up all energy from new Scottish wind farm

Nestle to buy up all energy from new Scottish wind farm

A new wind farm in Scotland is set to supply half the power needed for Nestle's operations in the UK and Ireland, the company has announced.

In my view farmers are better off in the EU

In my view farmers are better off in the EU

An independent report by the former policy adviser of the FUW has said a vote to leave the EU is guaranteed to destroy other people's livelihoods.

Church learns of problems and challenges facing Suffolk’s farmers

Church learns of problems and challenges facing Suffolk’s farmers

Farmers have been praised by a Suffolk bishop for their entrepreneurial drive and passionate commitment to the county’s agricultural economy amid tough market conditions where they are not paid realistic prices for much of the food they produce.

Drivers keep killing sheep on Dartmoor and this woman is pleading with them to slow down

Drivers keep killing sheep on Dartmoor and this woman is pleading with them to slow down

A woman is encouraging speeding drivers not to be sheepish when they hit an animal - but instead tell the police and slow down.

 

Maendy YFC go disco at Rally Day

Maendy YFC go disco at Rally Day

Glamorgan Young Farmers recently held their annual Rally Day last Saturday in Slade Farm Organics in St Brides Major.

Winter rain is threatening Gower fruit and veg, says farmer Tom Beynon

Winter rain is threatening Gower fruit and veg, says farmer Tom Beynon

A Gower farmer said his "pick your own" strawberries, broad beans and potatoes were under threat from persistent wet winters.

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