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Agriculture in the news - October 19

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Tiverton farmer finds his niche in market for venison

Tiverton farmer finds his niche in market for venison

Thirty years ago when Tony Bennett brought the first deer herd on to his Devon farm, colleagues in the industry thought he had lost the plot. But now he is having the last laugh as venison grows in popularity. Consumption of the lean, iron-rich meat was up by 86 per cent last year.

 

British farmers crack the sweet potato

British farmers crack the sweet potato

Britain’s home cooks have been baking them into wedges, “spiralising” them into colourful curls and noodles and mashing them as an alternative to the traditional spud.

Young farmer returns from voyage of discovery in Canada

Young farmer returns from voyage of discovery in Canada

A young farmer near Stafford has just returned from a summer of discovery in Canada.

 

Wynnstay agrees farm group buyout

Wynnstay agrees farm group buyout

The Llansantffraid-based firm, which also has a substantial operation in Shrewsbury, has agreed to buy Agricentre from T. G. Jeary Ltd.

Dairy firm Lactalis McLelland blames competitive market for loss

Dairy firm Lactalis McLelland blames competitive market for loss

Cheese and dairy product maker Lactalis McLelland has blamed a competitive market as it fell to a near £4 million loss in spite of increasing turnover by more than eight per cent.

Rural Northumberland 'disadvantaged by slow internet connections', residents claim

Rural Northumberland 'disadvantaged by slow internet connections', residents claim

Residents in a remote part of Northumberland say they feel disadvantaged by only having access to slow internet connections.

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