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Agriculture in the news - June 6, 2016

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Farmers lead backlash against green energy subsidy cut

Farmers lead backlash against green energy subsidy cut

Farmers are leading a backlash against the Government’s latest cut to green energy subsidies, warning it will deprive the struggling agricultural sector of a valuable source of income.

Nicola Sturgeon begged European Commission to extend farming payment deadline in a bid to avoid fines

Nicola Sturgeon begged European Commission to extend farming payment deadline in a bid to avoid fines

Nicola Sturgeon begged the man in charge of Europe’s rural affairs to extend the deadline for giving farmers money in an attempt to avoid paying hundreds of millions in fines.

Flies and bad smell fears if planned chicken farm is given go-ahead

Flies and bad smell fears if planned chicken farm is given go-ahead

A group who are against the erection of a poultry unit housing more than 7,000 chickens says it would attract flies and bad smells if it goes ahead.

Ideal weather sees farmers rushing to make haylage

Ideal weather sees farmers rushing to make haylage

A richer variation on hay must be cut, dried and quickly wrapped airtight.

Funding is available for rural projects

Funding is available for rural projects

The Yorkshire Dales LEADER Programme is inviting funding applications for rural projects that will capitalise on the distinctive environmental and cultural landscape of the Dales.

'Clunky' planning is delaying antibiotic reduction in livestock, says National Pig Association

'Clunky' planning is delaying antibiotic reduction in livestock, says National Pig Association

Government and regulatory agencies should take early action to repair local authority planning processes, which have become progressively more clunky in recent years, says the National Pig Association.

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