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Agriculture in the news - June 29, 2016

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Sheep farmer holds fair to promote British lamb

Sheep farmer holds fair to promote British lamb

British lamb will be on the menu for the people of Ashbourne next month as one of the area's best-known sheep farmers puts the finishing touches to the town's first sheep fair.

YFC anniversary ball raises over £6k for causes

YFC anniversary ball raises over £6k for causes

More than £6,000 was raised at an anniversary ball by young farmers, for a number of causes.

Farmers' emergency talks

Farmers' emergency talks

The National Farmers Union has called an emergency meeting tomorrow to consider how the referendum result will impact on Cornwall's farmers, many of whom rely on subsidies, worth on average £16,000 per year per farm.

East Anglia’s farming leaders prepare their post-Brexit policy demands

East Anglia’s farming leaders prepare their post-Brexit policy demands

The region’s farming leaders said Britain’s post-Brexit agricultural policy must ensure subsidy funding is retained at its current levels, along with access to labour and export markets.

Farmers are not prepared for scale of referendum fallout, says insurer Aon

Farmers are not prepared for scale of referendum fallout, says insurer Aon

The Irish farming industry is unprepared for the major consequences that will ensue as a result of the UK's decision to leave the EU.

SQC's new single audit deal for multi-crop Scottish farmers

SQC's new single audit deal for multi-crop Scottish farmers

Multiple farm audits are to be eliminated for cereal growers who have other enterprises such as growing vegetables, fruit and potatoes, following an agreement by Scottish Quality Crops.

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