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Agriculture in the news - March 23

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Minister pledges more support for farm shop ‘revolution’

Minister pledges more support for farm shop ‘revolution’

A promise to look at ways of increasing the number of farm shops in the country has been made by rural affairs minister Richard Lochhead during a visit to one of the more recently opened outlets.

Support available for farmers in Mid Ulster

Support available for farmers in Mid Ulster

Rural and farming charity, Rural Support, along with CSR partner, Simple Power, recently rolled into Mid Ulster Council for the ‘Rural Support Roadshow – Call to Action’ at The Rowan Tree Centre, Pomeroy, to discuss the charity and the work that it does in local council areas.

Farmer tragically killed when crop sprayer overturned and rolled down bank, inquest hears

Farmer tragically killed when crop sprayer overturned and rolled down bank, inquest hears

A farmer was tragically killed when his crop spraying vehicle flipped over and rolled down a steep hill, an inquest has heard.

Anstey Young Farmers prove they have pulling power for Devon Air Ambulance

Anstey Young Farmers prove they have pulling power for Devon Air Ambulance

An awesome effort by Anstey Young Farmers raised more than £770 in sponsorship for The Devon Air Ambulance Trust, by pulling a 2.25 tonne John Deere tractor for more than six miles around Exmoor.

Lancashire dog could be handed canine ASBO after one sheep killed and nine others mauled

Lancashire dog could be handed canine ASBO after one sheep killed and nine others mauled

A dog which killed a sheep and injured nine other could be served with a canine ASBO.

Scottish farm incomes 'in sharp decline'

Scottish farm incomes 'in sharp decline'

Commercial farms in Scotland saw their incomes halve over the four years to 2014, according to official estimates.

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