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Agriculture in the news - June 28, 2016

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Vintage tractors sell for £170,000 at farm auction

Vintage tractors sell for £170,000 at farm auction

A collection of vintage tractors went under the hammer and sold for £170,000.

Leedstown children treated to a glimpse into farm life

Leedstown children treated to a glimpse into farm life

Primary school children from West Cornwall enjoyed a trip to a farm earlier this month to search for wildlife and to learn more about farming and the countryside.

Brexit: Farmers' doubts over future funding, access to labour in Kent and falling pound

Brexit: Farmers' doubts over future funding, access to labour in Kent and falling pound

Farmers are fearful of the impact of the vote to leave the EU, which has put European funding, access to migrant labour and crop values at risk.

Save Our Sheep: Uncertain future for county's flock stars

Save Our Sheep: Uncertain future for county's flock stars

They're the county's own original breed of sheep – and their future is uncertain. Is it time to issue an SOS (Save Our Sheep) for the Leicester Longwool?

 

Rural superfast broadband plan ‘still on schedule’

Rural superfast broadband plan ‘still on schedule’

A scheme to deliver superfast broadband to 655,000 premises in Wales is on schedule to be completed by the end of June, it has been claimed – despite residents claiming it is going to miss its summer deadline and fears of changes post-Brexit.

Farmers take stock of Brexit and the next steps

Farmers take stock of Brexit and the next steps

Staffordshire farmers on both sides of the EU referendum debate have said the Brexit decision offers opportunities and concerns for British agriculture.

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