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Agriculture in the news - March 11

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Community operation tackles rural crime

Community operation tackles rural crime

Cheshire Police reinforced its commitment to tackling rural crime yesterday, Wednesday 9th March, by undertaking Operation Crossbow Rural.

Farmers gather for rural issues rally outside Holyrood

Farmers gather for rural issues rally outside Holyrood

Dozens of farmers gathered outside the Scottish Parliament for a rally highlighting rural issues.

Sheep farming leaders see forestry’s potential

Sheep farming leaders see forestry’s potential

An unprecedented U-turn took place on a high Borders hillside when Scotland’s sheep farming leaders lent their backing to commercial forestry in the uplands.

Prime minister to warn exit from EU would cost farming industry £330m

Prime minister to warn exit from EU would cost farming industry £330m

The prime minister will warn that Britain’s exit from Europe would harm lamb and beef farmers, costing them an extra £330m a year to export their goods.

Fundraising starts for farmer of 116 dead sheep

Fundraising starts for farmer of 116 dead sheep

A Justgiving page has been set up for the West Dean farmer who lost 116 sheep in a suspected dog attack.

Safety light ‘covered with cardboard’ before Spalding farmer’s tragic death, inquest is told

Safety light ‘covered with cardboard’ before Spalding farmer’s tragic death, inquest is told

A Spalding farmer who tragically died after becoming trapped in machinery used by potato workers may have inadvertently deactivated its safety mechanism, an inquest has heard today.

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