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Agriculture in the news - March 16

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Killinchy Young Farmers’ Club celebrate 85th anniversary year

Killinchy Young Farmers’ Club celebrate 85th anniversary year

Past members and supporters turned out in force to celebrate Killinchy Young Farmers’ Club’s 85th anniversary.

Police to meet farmers over 'hare coursing' concerns

Police to meet farmers over 'hare coursing' concerns

Police in Lincolnshire are meeting with the National Farmer's Union on Tuesday to provide an update on the issue of 'hare coursing' - as it is revealed 178 people have now been arrested or reported to court since September.

Police Narrow Down Sheep Death Details

Police Narrow Down Sheep Death Details

Police investigating the deaths of over a hundred sheep in Chichester have narrowed down the time of the incident.

NFU Chairman encourages farmers to get clued up on both sides of Brexit debate

NFU Chairman encourages farmers to get clued up on both sides of Brexit debate

A farmer is encouraging others to get clued up on the Brexit debates before they cast their vote in June.

New measures to rescue UK farming - including potential to give every farmer a 15,000 euro helping hand

New measures to rescue UK farming - including potential to give every farmer a 15,000 euro helping hand

A package of measures to help farmers across Europe survive the crisis caused by low farmgate prices has been broadly welcomed by UK agriculture leaders.

Scottish farmers need to 'be more French'

Scottish farmers need to 'be more French'

FRENCH-BORN MSP Christian Allard has called on Scottish farmers to "be more French".

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