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Agriculture in the news - June 7, 2016

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Surrey 'hidden castle' to be rebuilt elsewhere, vows farmer

Surrey 'hidden castle' to be rebuilt elsewhere, vows farmer

A farmer told to demolish a mock Tudor castle that was built without planning permission has vowed to rebuild "the work of art" elsewhere.

Brexit would slash farm subsidies, says Osborne

Brexit would slash farm subsidies, says Osborne

As crucial vote draws closer, George Osborne visits NI to hammer home the views of the Remain camp, but many are still to be convinced that status quo is the way ahead.

Butler wants funding pledge for farmers’ mental health

Butler wants funding pledge for farmers’ mental health

Lagan Valley Ulster Unionist Party Assemblyman, Robbie Butler has called on new Stormont Farming Minister Michelle McIlveen to implement and fund an effective and long-term programme of support to help with farmers’ mental health.

Results reveal continued improvement in carcase conformation

Results reveal continued improvement in carcase conformation

The latest carcase classification results from Welsh abattoirs show that the long-term upward trend in conformation standards continued apace in 2015.

Pledge of faster broadband for rural homes and firms

Pledge of faster broadband for rural homes and firms

Residents and businesses in rural villages around Watlington could be given a faster internet connection.

EU stance on glyphosate leaves farmers ‘frustrated’

EU stance on glyphosate leaves farmers ‘frustrated’

European politicians gave a “no opinion” verdict on the use of glyphosate weedkiller yesterday, with farming leaders reacting angrily to this passive, non-committal position by the EU standing committee.

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