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Agriculture in the news - March 17

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More profit from sheep and trees

More profit from sheep and trees

Leaders of Scotland's sheep farming sector have shown their support for commercial forestry on upland farms.

Pig farmers thank Aldi for boosting pork sales

Pig farmers thank Aldi for boosting pork sales

Discount retailer Aldi has been praised for boosting sales of pork at a time when pig farmers are running at a loss.

EU referendum: Northern Ireland farm families 'split over Brexit'

EU referendum: Northern Ireland farm families 'split over Brexit'

Some Northern Ireland farm families are split down the middle over the EU referendum debate, a Westminster committee has been told.

Farmers will reveal impact of rural crime

Farmers will reveal impact of rural crime

Bedfordshire farmers and councillors will highlight the impact of countryside crime when they meet the Deputy Chief Constable and other senior officers next week.

Bow Young Farmer Alice Giles needs help to complete travel scholarship

Bow Young Farmer Alice Giles needs help to complete travel scholarship

A Young Farmer with Bow YFC has been lucky enough to win a travel scholarship through the National and Devon Federation of Young Farmers Clubs.

‘We’ve been violated’ – Appeal for community support after Church Farm near Stevenage burgled

‘We’ve been violated’ – Appeal for community support after Church Farm near Stevenage burgled

The manager of Church Farm in Ardeley discovered the rural site had been burgled yesterday morning. Thieves had broken into the shop, café and offices during the night and taken laptops, meat and £400 in cash.

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