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Agriculture in the news - October 22

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Morrisons pulls plug on £2m sustainable farming project

Morrisons pulls plug on £2m sustainable farming project

Retailer brings end to ‘living laboratory’ programme in Ayrshire, set up in 2009 to investigate sustainable meat production.

NFUS kickstart livestock roadshows

NFUS kickstart livestock roadshows

Livestock research, cross compliance and animal disease are amongst the topics to be discussed as NFU Scotland's livestock roadshows to be held at 11 locations across the country in October and November.

Plea to return Market Bosworth garlands used in farmer's charity calendar

Plea to return Market Bosworth garlands used in farmer's charity calendar

Festive garlands used by young farmers to dress near-naked charity photoshoots have gone missing.

Innovative young professionals the way forward for farming sector

Innovative young professionals the way forward for farming sector

"Progressive and innovative" young professionals in the Herefordshire agriculture industry are the key to its future success, according to new research.

Survey reveals farm workers suffer more serious injuries

Survey reveals farm workers suffer more serious injuries

Farm workers suffer from more serious injuries, that keep them off work for over one month, than any other industry, a new study has revealed.

Buxton farmer pens poem to shame potato thief

Buxton farmer pens poem to shame potato thief

When potato farmer Tim Briscoe found a large quantity of his spuds had been stolen, he decided to pen a poignant poem to the pilferer - rather than subject them to a roasting.

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