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Agriculture in the news - March 31, 2016

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Farmers urged to remain vigilant as risk of Bluetongue remains high

Farmers urged to remain vigilant as risk of Bluetongue remains high

Livestock farmers are being urged by the NFU to talk to their vets as the industry braces itself for a return of Bluetongue disease.

Head of farmers union backs ministers stance on chemicals

Head of farmers union backs ministers stance on chemicals

A leading member of Jersey’s agricultural industry is backing the Environment Minister’s call for farmers to reduce their reliance on chemicals after the discovery of pesticides in the Island’s surface water forced the closure of Val de la Mare reservoir.

Young farmers to set off from Fishguard on epic fund-raiser

Young farmers to set off from Fishguard on epic fund-raiser

A group of young farmers will embark on the biggest fund-raising event in the club’s 72-year history tomorrow as they set off on a port-to-port challenge from Fishguard to Anglesey.

Egg farmer says playing his chickens Ed Sheeran music has led to record production levels

Egg farmer says playing his chickens Ed Sheeran music has led to record production levels

A pioneering free range egg farm is experiencing record production levels after hatching a plan to relax its hens by playing them hits by Ed Sheeran.

NSA dog attack survey

NSA dog attack survey

With the lambing season in full swing for many sheep farmers, dog attacks are even more damaging to farming businesses than usual.

NI farmers warn beef industry ‘unsustainable’

NI farmers warn beef industry ‘unsustainable’

The farming sector has been in a state of crisis over falling beef and dairy prices in recent years and the Ulster Farmers’ Union have said that it is casting severe doubt on the future of the industry.

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