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Agriculture in the news - October 5

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‘Women’s influence in agriculture is growing’

‘Women’s influence in agriculture is growing’

There has never been a better time for women to pursue careers in agriculture, according to the principal of agricultural college Bishop Burton, who has seen the proportion of female students enrolling for courses soar.

Blaze at Combe Martin farm spreads to tractors and two barns

Blaze at Combe Martin farm spreads to tractors and two barns

Fire crews are battling to save a barn from a blaze which has already engulfed another barn and tractors at Combe Martin this morning.

Campaigners fear extension of right-to-buy scheme will hit rural areas as local people would be priced out

Campaigners fear extension of right-to-buy scheme will hit rural areas as local people would be priced out

Campaigners want rural areas to be exempt from plans to extend right-to-buy to social housing.

Farmers should be wearing suncream says local expert

Farmers should be wearing suncream says local expert

A leading cancer expert, who was born in Lisbellaw, Dr Anna Gavin has advised farmers to wear factor 15 suncream when they are out on the land.

Sheep killed in Haydon Bridge as livestock wagon overturns on the A69

Sheep killed in Haydon Bridge as livestock wagon overturns on the A69

A livestock waggon overturned, leaving sheep lying dead on a Northumberland road.

Hill farmers told to become less reliant on subsidy support

Hill farmers told to become less reliant on subsidy support

Scotland’s hill farmers and crofters are being urged to become less reliant on subsidy support.

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