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Agriculture in the news - May 18, 2016

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Brexit 'could bring bigger subsidies for struggling farmers'

Brexit 'could bring bigger subsidies for struggling farmers'

A vote to quit the EU would allow Stormont to increase the amount of money paid to farmers in subsidies, Brexit campaigners have claimed.

Livestock farmers told to manage their soils better

Livestock farmers told to manage their soils better

Beef and sheep producers have been told to stop looking to the market for higher prices and instead focus on improving the efficiency of their own businesses.

Derbyshire farmers condemn Derby City Council decision to demolish Cattle Market

Derbyshire farmers condemn Derby City Council decision to demolish Cattle Market

Farmers have condemned Derby City Council's decision to close the city's Cattle Market and labelled the consultation process involved “a sham".

 

Could the Cinderford cat killer now be targeting sheep?

Could the Cinderford cat killer now be targeting sheep?

Dog walkers, families and cyclists are being warned to be on their guard after a sheep was shot and killed with a cross bow in the Forest.

Sheep shot dead in field in North Yorkshire

Sheep shot dead in field in North Yorkshire

A sheep has been shot in a North Yorkshire field - just days after a cow was shot in a field near York.

Young farmers tackle rural mental health

Young farmers tackle rural mental health

A new campaign aimed at gaining better recognition for the often neglected issue of mental health has been launched by the Scottish Association of Young Farmers (SAYFC).

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