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Agriculture in the news - May 12, 2016

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Balmoral Show 2016: Agriculture crisis casts pall, but milk farmers determined to prevail

Balmoral Show 2016: Agriculture crisis casts pall, but milk farmers determined to prevail

The 2016 show began against the backdrop of the biggest crisis to impact on local agriculture in more than half-a-century.

Call to fix ‘sloppy legislation’ on spreading of sewage on farm fields

Call to fix ‘sloppy legislation’ on spreading of sewage on farm fields

A Kinross-shire councillor wants more powers given to authorities to control hideous smells caused by farmers spreading sewage on fields.

Income and diversification appeals to northern UK farmers

Income and diversification appeals to northern UK farmers

When Iggesund Paperboard’s Workington Mill in Cumbria, UK, took the decision to invest in a bio mass boiler in order to switch its energy sourcing from fossil fuels to biomass, they immediately started to plan for the future needs of fuel.

Scottish wind farm project faces collapse after subsidy U-turn

Scottish wind farm project faces collapse after subsidy U-turn

A planned £2bn wind farm off the coast of Scotland is in doubt after the cancellation of a subsidy deal.

Wrexham tenant farmer forced to throw in towel in eviction battle with council chiefs

Wrexham tenant farmer forced to throw in towel in eviction battle with council chiefs

A "devastated" tenant farmer says he is resigned to losing his home of 14 years after a long-running battle with the council.

Time to engage in the big debate

Time to engage in the big debate

NFU Scotland vice president Andrew McCornick gave evidence at a meeting of Westminster’s Scottish Affairs Committee in Glasgow this week, where the forthcoming EU Referendum and its impact on Scotland was under discussion.

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