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Agriculture in the news - March 21

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Farmer, 65, airlifted to hospital after getting trapped under tractor in freak accident

Farmer, 65, airlifted to hospital after getting trapped under tractor in freak accident

A farmer was run over by his own tractor in a freak accident.

Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster continue school visits

Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster continue school visits

Tandragee Junior High School recently received a visit from the Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster (YFCU) Schools Programme ‘From Field to Fork’.

Sheep worrying rise blamed on careless dog-owning city dwellers after 116 animals die on West Sussex farm

Sheep worrying rise blamed on careless dog-owning city dwellers after 116 animals die on West Sussex farm

The horrific deaths of 116 sheep on a farm in West Sussex has highlighted the growing problem of sheep worrying in Britain as careless city dwellers increasingly visit the countryside with pets they fail to control, farmers say.

Hill farming payment letters posted

Hill farming payment letters posted

Around 11,500 hill farmers and crofters should by now have received letters informing them of the new arrangements for payment under the rejigged Less Favoured Areas Support Scheme.

Farm training day for Sussex Police officers

Farm training day for Sussex Police officers

Sussex Police officers were hosted by members of the National Farmers’ Union (NFU) to discuss farming and rural issues.

Alastair Cook describes how farming and cricket are his two big passions

Alastair Cook describes how farming and cricket are his two big passions

England cricket captain Alastair Cook has described how farming helps his cricket by taking his mind off the sport and giving him something else to focus on.

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