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Agriculture in the news - March 29

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Sheep farmers could be at risk of losing markets if Britain votes to leave EU, warns Tory minister

Sheep farmers could be at risk of losing markets if Britain votes to leave EU, warns Tory minister

Environmnent Secretary Elizabeth Truss has warned that the livelihoods of Britain’s sheep farmers could be at risk if the UK votes to withdraw from the European Union as lamb exports face being driven out of markets.

Dairy farmers need to produce better milk if they want to crack cheese market

Dairy farmers need to produce better milk if they want to crack cheese market

Scottish dairy farmers have been told they need to start producing higher quality milk if they want to meet the demands of a burgeoning number of artisan cheese makers.

Pig farmer reveals plight of workers in Scotland's £3bn farming industry

Pig farmer reveals plight of workers in Scotland's £3bn farming industry

Aberdeenshire farmer Kevin Gilbert reveals he is losing £2,500 per week after the Scottish Government’s botched £178million investment in an IT system left many farmers without vital subsidies.

Second chance to apply for Farming Connect training courses

Second chance to apply for Farming Connect training courses

Farmers and foresters registered with the new Farming Connect programme can apply online for up to 80% funding for short, accredited training courses.

Farmer ‘shocked’ over MP’s stance on EU referendum

Farmer ‘shocked’ over MP’s stance on EU referendum

A Northumberland farmer has challenged his local MP over her anti-EU stance.

Farmer shot dead 10 foxes after 32 of his lambs are killed

Farmer shot dead 10 foxes after 32 of his lambs are killed

Allan Collins, owner of Worth Farm in Exmoor, said he was forced to act this week after pest controllers dumped urban foxes in the countryside

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