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Agriculture in the news - May 17, 2016

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Farmer’s rage as sheep die in dog attacks

Farmer’s rage as sheep die in dog attacks

A farmer has expressed concern over the growing number of dog attacks that have left many of his sheep injured and even caused the death of a pregnant ewe.

Strawberry fields for ever? UK wage laws 'will kill off fruit farming'

Strawberry fields for ever? UK wage laws 'will kill off fruit farming'

Hospitality firm says new pay rates could make British strawberry an unaffordable luxury and make it unprofitable for farmers to grow.

Cumbrian farmers risk losing livelihoods if UK leaves European Union - minister

Cumbrian farmers risk losing livelihoods if UK leaves European Union - minister

The farming industry in Cumbria could be put at risk if the UK leaves the EU, a government minister has warned.

Opinion: Brexit 'benefits' for South West farmers are not real

Opinion: Brexit 'benefits' for South West farmers are not real

EU countries value agriculture and UK farmers gain from that, writes Sir Jim Paice.

'Sad day' as Women’s Food & Farming Union closes for good

'Sad day' as Women’s Food & Farming Union closes for good

After 37 years The Women's Food and Farming Union voted at a special general meeting last Thursday (May 12) in London, to close the organisation.

Cumbrian young farmers compete in national events

Cumbrian young farmers compete in national events

Cumbrian young farmers had a busy weekend, with showings at both the Annual Convention and the Countryfile awards.

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