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Agriculture in the news - June 23, 2016

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Farmers urged to beware of rare cattle disease after three confirmed cases in Dorset and Devon

Farmers urged to beware of rare cattle disease after three confirmed cases in Dorset and Devon

There have been three confirmed cases of Malignant Catarrhal Fever (MCF) in three cows on three different farms in East Devon and West Dorset.

Devon Young Farmers take part in National Outdoor Tug of War Championships

Devon Young Farmers take part in National Outdoor Tug of War Championships

Haldon Group from the Devon Young Farmers Federation competed in the National Outdoor Tug of War Championships which took place at Macclesfield Rugby Club in Cheshire on Saturday 18th June.

Polls show farmers' increasingly strong support for Brexit

Polls show farmers' increasingly strong support for Brexit

One of the main topics of conversation at the Royal Highland Show today will be the EU referendum.

£300,000 precision pig farming project launched by industry consortium

£300,000 precision pig farming project launched by industry consortium

A £300,000 precision pig farming project, designed to improve the efficiency of UK pig production, has been launched by a consortium of farmers, vets, nutritionists, buildings specialists and technologists.

Rare Ryelands give sheep enthusiast new lease of life

Rare Ryelands give sheep enthusiast new lease of life

"I was told by the doctor that I needed something to live for, so that's when I got into the Ryelands." It's a piece of advice which may be hard to stomach but for Devon farmer John Mills its one which has helped put his life well and truly back on track.

 

Banchory beef farmers to host charity fundraising open day

Banchory beef farmers to host charity fundraising open day

An award-winning north-east beef farming enterprise is hosting a charity fundraising open day next month.

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