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Agriculture in the news - November 30

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Police warn Lincolnshire farmers about rising numbers of tractor thefts

Police warn Lincolnshire farmers about rising numbers of tractor thefts

Police are warning Lincolsnhire farmers to step up security following a rise in tractor thefts.

Hen farmer's 'egg-cellent' service lands him a national award

Hen farmer's 'egg-cellent' service lands him a national award

A pioneering North-East hen farmer proved himself an all-round good egg after whisking away with a national award.

Sheepdog puppy stolen from Dolgellau farm

Sheepdog puppy stolen from Dolgellau farm

A sheepdog puppy was stolen from a farm after opportunist thieves unclipped her from her chain.

Farmer spends £15,000 and 12 months trying to prove he actually owns four sheep

Farmer spends £15,000 and 12 months trying to prove he actually owns four sheep

A farmer has spent £15,000 on legal costs in a year-long case to prove four sheep he was accused of stealing actually belong to him.

Northern Ireland pork farmers could soon be exporting to China

Northern Ireland pork farmers could soon be exporting to China

Northern Ireland pork farmers could soon be exporting to China, the Agriculture Minister has said.

Arable farmers urged to cut costs and boost yield

Arable farmers urged to cut costs and boost yield

Running a profitable arable business with the current low prices is a huge challenge. Press and Journal Farming looks at what growers can do to ride the storm.

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