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Agriculture in the news - March 2

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Upland farmers warned against taking single species approach to land

Upland farmers warned against taking single species approach to land

Upland farmers and managers need to ditch their single species approach to land and spread the economic risks by embracing forestry, conservation and even the concept of rewilding.

MPs urge supermarkets to help farmers more despite assurances

MPs urge supermarkets to help farmers more despite assurances

MPs have called for supermarkets to do more to help British farmers and warned a government programme designed to offer support to the industry has turned into a “fiasco”.

Killer dogs put down after 24 sheep slayed in brutal attacks in Edenbridge

Killer dogs put down after 24 sheep slayed in brutal attacks in Edenbridge

The killer dogs responsible for slaying 24 sheep in Edenbridge last week have been put down by their owner.

Warning issued after sheep and unborn lambs killed in brutal dog attack on farm

Warning issued after sheep and unborn lambs killed in brutal dog attack on farm

Dog walkers are being warned to make sure their pets are secure when walking through the Ribble Valley countryside after a dozen sheep and lambs were killed in an attack.

Farmers demand SNP minister names CAP payment date

Farmers demand SNP minister names CAP payment date

NFU Scotland (NFUS) says it does not believe Richard Lochhead’s assurances that the payment of Less Favoured Area Support Scheme (LFASS) money to hill and sheep farmers will be delayed for only a few weeks.

Farmers still being harmed by late subsidy payments costing taxpayers £180m

Farmers still being harmed by late subsidy payments costing taxpayers £180m

Farmers struggling to cope with delayed payments are victims of an extraordinary civil service blunder that will cost the tax-payer £180m a year, MPs have said today.

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