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Agriculture in the news - October 20

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Bank agribusiness manager nominated for farmer of the year

Bank agribusiness manager nominated for farmer of the year

Jonathan Powell, Agribusiness Relationship Manager for Clydesdale Bank, has been nominated, along with his wife Ruth, for Farmer of the Year in the Taste of Gloucestershire Food and Farming awards.

Government shake-up could threaten landscape, Shropshire farmers warn

Government shake-up could threaten landscape, Shropshire farmers warn

Farmers say this idyllic image of British agriculture could be under threat as they are forced to plough up more land due to a controversial new scheme set up to protect the environment.

Soil health can revolutionise farm profitability

Soil health can revolutionise farm profitability

Jo Scamell, from Ground Level Nutrition Ltd, had some practical and thought provoking advice for UK dairy farmers at the recent OMSCo Positive Dairying conference held in Birmingham.

Decision on biogas and pig farm applications delayed

Decision on biogas and pig farm applications delayed

Decisions on three planning applications relating to a biogas plant and neighbouring pig farm in Fraddon have been delayed.

 

BT face a grilling over poor broadband in rural areas in East Cambridgeshire

BT face a grilling over poor broadband in rural areas in East Cambridgeshire

Telecoms giant BT is to be questioned about poor broadband speeds in the county's rural areas at a public meeting.

Plea to dog owners as Gloucestershire sheep attack rise reported

Plea to dog owners as Gloucestershire sheep attack rise reported

Dog owners have been urged to keep their pets under control after a spate of fatal attacks on sheep in the Forest of Dean.

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