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Agriculture in the news - March 3

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Bolton farmer selling milk directly to customers — via pub

Bolton farmer selling milk directly to customers — via pub

Farmer Mike Partington to selling direct to his customers at a Manchester boozer.

Can Good Energy really deliver the UK's first subsidy-free wind farm?

Can Good Energy really deliver the UK's first subsidy-free wind farm?

Green energy specialist says a proposed Cornish wind farm could be built without any subsidy support, but is it a one-off or vindication of the government's decision to axe support for the sector?

Sheep rescued after getting head stuck in feeder

Sheep rescued after getting head stuck in feeder

SPECIALIST fire crews were called to a farm in Langton Matravers to rescue a sheep on Tuesday night.

Dairy UK welcomes EFRA Committee farmgate prices report

Dairy UK welcomes EFRA Committee farmgate prices report

Welcoming the farmgate prices report published by the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Efra) Select Committee, Dr Judith Bryans, Chief Executive of Dairy UK, said the entire dairy industry is taking positive steps forward but still needs government support to achieve long-lasting success.

Dairy industry rallies to help hard hit farmers

Dairy industry rallies to help hard hit farmers

The NFU, NFUS and AHDB are bringing together organisations that work with or advise dairy farmers to look at ways of supporting them in the challenging months ahead.

Big-hearted young farmers in Caernarfon collect £4,000 for good causes

Big-hearted young farmers in Caernarfon collect £4,000 for good causes

Young farmers in Caernarfon raised nearly £4,000 to benefit three good causes – including their own club.

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