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Agriculture in the news - October 13

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Farmer survives 1000kg bull attack

Farmer survives 1000kg bull attack

County Tyrone farmer Tony Conway counts himself lucky to be alive this week, after surving an attack by his Charolais bull.

Fire at Leicestershire farm

Fire at Leicestershire farm

A grain store on a farm in Leicestershire has been damaged after a fire broke out in its dryer yesterday afternoon (October 13).

 

Robotic technology offers more flexibility on Fermanagh farm

Robotic technology offers more flexibility on Fermanagh farm

Flexibility, an excellent back-up service, and a host of management information available at the touch of a button, are just a few of the reasons why Tempo milk producers Leslie and Timothy Andrews decided to invest in robotic milking technology.

Stretham residents rejoice as Red Hill Farm wind turbine application is finally refused

Stretham residents rejoice as Red Hill Farm wind turbine application is finally refused

Four hundred members of the Stop Stretham Wind Farm Group celebrated a year long campaign as councillors unanimously refused an application to erect a pair of 102 metre high wind turbines near Ely.

Agriculture Minister wants more help for dairy farmers

Agriculture Minister wants more help for dairy farmers

A multi-million-pound European cash injection is not enough to help Northern Ireland's beleaguered dairy farmers, the Agriculture Minister has claimed.

Men sought after farm worker shot at in Keele

Men sought after farm worker shot at in Keele

Six men, thought to have entered the country illegally, are being sought by police after a farm worker was shot at in Staffordshire.

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