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Agriculture in the news - May 25, 2016

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Boris says Brexit will not harm farming industry

Boris says Brexit will not harm farming industry

EU migration as promised by Brexit campaigners would not harm Yorkshire’s farming industry, Boris Johnson has insisted.

Two sheep savaged by dogs in field in Plaitford, near Romsey

Two sheep savaged by dogs in field in Plaitford, near Romsey

TWO pet sheep were injured when two dogs launched a vicious attacked on them in a field in Hampshire.

Move milk into cola competition

Move milk into cola competition

Supermarkets across Scotland are being urged to reposition fresh milk as a healthy alternative to fizzy drinks.

Sheep cause delays by flocking onto busy Carlisle road

Sheep cause delays by flocking onto busy Carlisle road

Drivers in Carlisle have been hit by delays after sheep escaped in a busy part of the city.

Dairy farmers blast price offer as 'insult'

Dairy farmers blast price offer as 'insult'

Dairy farmers have blasted a price offer from a leading processor has an "insult".

Woman charged with having dog which killed sheep

Woman charged with having dog which killed sheep

At Lanark Sheriff Court on Thursday the case was called of a Carluke woman accused of allowing her dog to twice attack and kill sheep at local farms.

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