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Agriculture in the news - May 4, 2016

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‘They left our lamb to die in the ditch’ — Farmers’ anger after dog attack

‘They left our lamb to die in the ditch’ — Farmers’ anger after dog attack

A farming family have condemned dog owners who let their pet savage a two-week-old lamb and leave it for dead in a ditch.

Police and RSPCA called to field off Tottington Road, Harwood, after dog walkers found the dead calf

Police and RSPCA called to field off Tottington Road, Harwood, after dog walkers found the dead calf

A farmer said he is concerned for his family’s safety after a social media “witch-hunt” following the death of a calf.

RSABI teams up with the Dairy Hub

RSABI teams up with the Dairy Hub

Rural charity RSABI and The Scottish Dairy Hub are working together to help Scotland’s dairy farmers through the current industry crisis.

Moray farmer has lost dozens of lambs to vicious ravens plucking out their eyes

Moray farmer has lost dozens of lambs to vicious ravens plucking out their eyes

A Moray farmer who has lost dozens of lambs to “vicious” ravens this spring has called for a rethink on the protected status of the birds.

Farmer (65) dies after he is crushed by tractor on Kerry farm

Farmer (65) dies after he is crushed by tractor on Kerry farm

Separate investigations have been launched after a farmer was crushed by his tractor.

Lincolnshire farmer’s key role in water management

Lincolnshire farmer’s key role in water management

Lincolnshire farmer Robert Caudwell is the new vice chairman of the Association of Drainage Authorities (ADA).

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