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Agriculture in the news - May 10, 2016

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EU commissioner Phil Hogan appeals to NI farmers not to quit EU

EU commissioner Phil Hogan appeals to NI farmers not to quit EU

The European Agriculture commissioner spent more than an hour with farmers in County Down to try to persuade them to remain in the European Union.

Scottish farmers left in the dark about Brexit, MPs told

Scottish farmers left in the dark about Brexit, MPs told

Scottish farming and fishing leaders have told a parliamentary committee that their members are facing a “total lack of evidence” about how the UK would cope with Brexit.

Officials 'must be held to account' over farming payment promise

Officials 'must be held to account' over farming payment promise

Government officials must be "held to account" over promises to deliver the next round of EU farming subsidies on time, Westcountry MPs have said.

Montrose farmers support RSABI

Montrose farmers support RSABI

Rural charity RSABI has received a generous donation from cash raised at the annual Montrose Farmers’ Ball.

Trade deal could open doors to more cheap beef imports, farmers warn

Trade deal could open doors to more cheap beef imports, farmers warn

A trade deal with South America could see 78,000 extra tonnes of non-tariff beef imported into the EU from countries such as Argentina and Brazil.

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