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Agriculture in the news - March 14

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Busy year for Lisnamurrican YFC

Busy year for Lisnamurrican YFC

Lisnamurrican YFC recently marked their 75th Anniversary with their annual club dinner.

'Council-owned farms are a national asset under threat', warns Plaid Cymru

'Council-owned farms are a national asset under threat', warns Plaid Cymru

Council-owned farms are a national asset under threat of being sold off to balance the books, Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Rural Affairs Minister has warned.

Sheep farmers reveal backing for trees on the hills

Sheep farmers reveal backing for trees on the hills

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

New farm shop targets David Cameron’s custom

New farm shop targets David Cameron’s custom

A new farm shop is opening on the Chequers estate – and its owners are hoping to make Prime Minister David Cameron a regular customer.

Fall in winter cropping across England and Wales

Fall in winter cropping across England and Wales

AHDB'S Winter Planting Survey has shown a decline in crop area across England and Wales for the second year running.

Wildlife-Friendly Farming Grants For Yorkshire Coast

Wildlife-Friendly Farming Grants For Yorkshire Coast

Nature conservation charity, the RSPB, is offering specialist free advice to farmers in the Yorkshire Wolds and Coast area who would like to be rewarded for giving nature a home on their land.

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