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Agriculture in the news - June 8, 2016

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Young farmers from Bridgwater scoop prizes at Royal Bath and West Show

Young farmers from Bridgwater scoop prizes at Royal Bath and West Show

THREE young farmers from Bridgwater won gold in the dairy team showing challenge at the Royal Bath and West Show.

Fife farms on the market with a price tag of £14.2 million

Fife farms on the market with a price tag of £14.2 million

Four prime farms in the productive Howe of Fife have gone on the market with a price tag of £14.2 million.

Child Safety on Farms Week 2016

Child Safety on Farms Week 2016

During Child Safety on Farms Week (13 to 17 June) the Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) is calling on the farming community to keep children safe on the farm this summer.

Farmers concerned about 'unknown implications' of Brexit, new research finds

Farmers concerned about 'unknown implications' of Brexit, new research finds

Farmers have expressed concern about the unknown implications of Britain leaving the European Union, according to a new survey by experts at the University of Exeter.

Dog chases sheep off Great Orme cliff in Llandudno

Dog chases sheep off Great Orme cliff in Llandudno

A dog chased a sheep off a cliff on the Great Orme, leaving it with injuries so bad that it had to be destroyed.

Farmers angry as EU fails to approve weedkiller Roundup

Farmers angry as EU fails to approve weedkiller Roundup

British farmers have been dealt a blow after the EU failed to re-license the world's most widely used herbicide.

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