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Agriculture in the news - March 8

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Tenant farmer rent review delayed in Staffordshire

Tenant farmer rent review delayed in Staffordshire

Staffordshire County Council has announced it is postponing next month's proposed farm rent reviews.

O’Neill launches £3m Farm Family Key Skills scheme

O’Neill launches £3m Farm Family Key Skills scheme

Agriculture Minister Michelle O’Neill has launched the Farm Family Key Skills (FFKS) training programme.

Nine sheep killed in 'brutal' Flintshire dog attack

Nine sheep killed in 'brutal' Flintshire dog attack

A farmer who lost nine sheep in a dog attack over the weekend fears the animal will return to savage his flock again.

UK-based dairy farmer backs raw milk consumption

UK-based dairy farmer backs raw milk consumption

An English dairy farmer says switching to selling raw milk has turned his business around and made it profitable.

Can Europe help speed up support payments?

Can Europe help speed up support payments?

According to Scots MEP Alyn Smith, the European Commission is waking up to the scale of the potential audit problems and clawback that member states might incur by missing the June deadline for completing their new area-based payments - and the paper trail that goes with them.

Shropshire farmer’s plea to dog owners after horrific mauling of sheep in field

Shropshire farmer’s plea to dog owners after horrific mauling of sheep in field

A Shropshire sheep farmer has pleaded with dog owners to keep their animals on leads after one of her animals was killed in an attack.

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