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Agriculture in the news - November 19

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Innovation on the farm - with backing of Prince Charles

Innovation on the farm - with backing of Prince Charles

At the Houses of Parliament last month an unprecedented partnership of farming groups launched a new network to support innovation by farmers.

Shelved plans for huge Plymouth solar farm back on track

Shelved plans for huge Plymouth solar farm back on track

Plans to create a huge solar farm in Plymouth are back on track, despite the council pulling the plug on a £5million loan to get the scheme going.

North Wales farmers to re-start Tesco protests over lamb prices

North Wales farmers to re-start Tesco protests over lamb prices

Protesters have broken-off talks with the supermarket giant and have vowed to blockade the firm's distribution hubs in the run-up to Christmas.

Armadale woman named Scottish Sheep Farmer of the Year

Armadale woman named Scottish Sheep Farmer of the Year

Joyce Campbell of Armadale Farm near Bettyhill, has been declared the first Scottish Sheep Farmer of the Year.

Family farm turns to renewable energy

Family farm turns to renewable energy

A family farm near Coventry is turning to renewable energy in a bid to expand its business offering.

Beef farmers told to aim for two-year first calving target

Beef farmers told to aim for two-year first calving target

About four out of every five UK suckler producers could improve their profitability significantly by targeting a two-year first calving age, according to Richard Fuller, technical director with the Stabiliser Cattle Company.

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