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Agriculture in the news - October 21

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Hi-tech agriculture is freeing the farmer from his fields

Hi-tech agriculture is freeing the farmer from his fields

Robots to pick, drones to survey crops and satellites to drive tractors - experts predict a fully automated farm in five years. But is this what farmers want?

Farm leaders issue plea for fair and open rent reviews

Farm leaders issue plea for fair and open rent reviews

Farm leaders have called for greater transparency over rent proposals on tenant farms.

Salmonella and TB discoveries force North Devon farm to stop selling milk

Salmonella and TB discoveries force North Devon farm to stop selling milk

A North Devon farm has been forced to stop selling milk after salmonella was found in cheese.

Battle to keep tradition of sheep roaming in the Forest of Dean

Battle to keep tradition of sheep roaming in the Forest of Dean

Battle lines are being drawn as one of the Forest of Dean's traditions is being pitched against the objections of residents.

Holestone Young Farmers’ Club lends a ‘Helping Hand’

Holestone Young Farmers’ Club lends a ‘Helping Hand’

On the evening of Tuesday 6th October before commencing their Jiving meeting, Holestone Young Farmers welcomed Nigel Kearney from the charity ‘Helping Hand’ based in the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children, to present a cheque.

Call for action to help West Sussex’s dairy farmers

Call for action to help West Sussex’s dairy farmers

Dairy farming in West Sussex should be supported by a range of actions by the county council - according to the Labour Group.

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