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Agriculture in the news - October 1

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Farmer and son banned from keeping animals after treatment of cattle described as "torture"

Farmer and son banned from keeping animals after treatment of cattle described as "torture"

A farmer and his son have been banned today from keeping animals for life after a court heard they subjected cattle to "nothing less than torture".

 

Pet sheep at animal sanctuary is mauled by walker's dog.

Pet sheep at animal sanctuary is mauled by walker's dog.

A pet sheep at a farm animal sanctuary where actress Joanna Lumley is patron has been brutally savaged by a dog.

Local farm teams up with cider company to create new apple juice

Local farm teams up with cider company to create new apple juice

A local farm is teaming up with St Ives Cider to produce a new Cornish apple juice, locally pressed and sourced.

Spalding pumpkin farmer bouncing back after blackmailer jailed

Spalding pumpkin farmer bouncing back after blackmailer jailed

Landworkers were back in the fields this week harvesting ahead of Spalding Pumpkin Festival after weeks of worry for the local farmer following a man’s attempts to ruin him.

Farmer dies after falling through roof of cowshed

Farmer dies after falling through roof of cowshed

The Health and Safety Authority confirmed they were investigating the death of a 69-year-old man who lost his life while working on a farm close to Virginia, Co Cavan.

Pig farm fined after worker injured in machinery

Pig farm fined after worker injured in machinery

A pig farming company has been fined for safety failings after an employee suffered serious injury to his hand.

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