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Agriculture in the news - September 1

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Family farm shop to open near Cheltenham aims to sell 70 per cent locally-sourced produce

Family farm shop to open near Cheltenham aims to sell 70 per cent locally-sourced produce

Fresh fruit, vegetables, meat and honey produced at a family farm outside Cheltenham form only a smidgeon of what will soon be sold there.

Firefighters tackle blaze at farm

Firefighters tackle blaze at farm

A mechanical component in a baling machine had overheated, sparking a small blaze at School Farm, Bagshaw Lane, off Hall Lane, in Aspull, at 2pm on Sunday.

Farmer fears for the future of his industry after prices of land rise

Farmer fears for the future of his industry after prices of land rise

Robert Mason, a 25-year-old Garstang farmer, believes that with the price of farmland rising and demand falling, developers and big businesses could drive farmers into extinction.

'Be open to everything' - FBD young farmer of the year offers some advice

'Be open to everything' - FBD young farmer of the year offers some advice

Sean O’Donnell, a dairy farmer from Ballina in Co Mayo, says one of the highlights of his year after being named the 2014 FBD Young Farmer of the Year last September was the number of business opportunities that presented themselves in the months following the announcement.

Farmers warn dog walkers to keep control of their pets after gruesome attack leaves one sheep dead

Farmers warn dog walkers to keep control of their pets after gruesome attack leaves one sheep dead

Hugh Passmore, from Applesham Farm, Lancing, was checking his flock when he found an ewe that had been savaged by a dog.

Herd of rare sheep helps nesting birds in Norfolk

Herd of rare sheep helps nesting birds in Norfolk

A herd of rare sheep is being grazed on a nature reserve in west Norfolk in an effort to help the birds who nest there.

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