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Agriculture in the news - November 10

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Scotch Beef Farm of the Year top three revealed

Scotch Beef Farm of the Year top three revealed

Three top beef cattle businesses have been unveiled as the finalists of the Scotch Beef Farm of the Year Award, run by Quality Meat Scotland and AgriScot.

Farmers, vets and landowners fear impact of 30 per cent Defra budget cuts

Farmers, vets and landowners fear impact of 30 per cent Defra budget cuts

Farmers and rural groups have reacted with concern to the deal between Environment Secretary Liz Truss and the Chancellor that will see spending cuts of more than 30 per cent in the Defra budget.

Dalton farmer castrated bulls without anaesthetic

Dalton farmer castrated bulls without anaesthetic

A farmer from Dalton has been jailed after pleading guilty at Furness Magistrates' Court to five charges relating to animal welfare.

Prince Charles: Buy British to save countryside and back farmers

Prince Charles: Buy British to save countryside and back farmers

The Prince of Wales has urged people to buy British food whenever they can to support family farms and save the countryside.

Baptist fireworks killed my cow, claims farmer

Baptist fireworks killed my cow, claims farmer

A Baptist Church fireworks display has been blamed for scaring a cow to death.

1,000 sheep thefts prompt Operation Fleece in north Wales

1,000 sheep thefts prompt Operation Fleece in north Wales

The theft of 100 sheep from a Gwynedd village means about 1,000 sheep have been stolen in north Wales over the last 12 months, say police.

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