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Agriculture in the news - September 15

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Family farm business in Huncote receives multi-million pound funding from Yorkshire Bank

Family farm business in Huncote receives multi-million pound funding from Yorkshire Bank

A farm business has more than doubled the size of an electricity generating anaerobic digester on its site with multi-million pound funding from Yorkshire Bank.

True cost of crime in rural areas hits £800m

True cost of crime in rural areas hits £800m

Crime levels in rural areas are likely to be far higher than previously thought because local people lack faith in policing and often don’t report incidents, a major new study reveals today.

 

Farming subsidies 'should be spent on conservation'

Farming subsidies 'should be spent on conservation'

Taxpayers’ money paid out in farming subsidies should be spent on measures such as providing clean water, wildlife protection and flood prevention, conservationists said.

Suspended sentence for farmer with 200 dead sheep

Suspended sentence for farmer with 200 dead sheep

A farmer has been given a suspended jail sentence after more than 200 sheep were found dead on his land.

Farmer, 79, sells off £2 million tractor collection as family 'don't share his passion'

Farmer, 79, sells off £2 million tractor collection as family 'don't share his passion'

Paul Rackham spent 25 years amassing Britain's biggest tractor collection but says "the time has come in life when decisions have to be made"

Whopping potato causes a stir on the farm

Whopping potato causes a stir on the farm

In May, a pregnant ewe gave birth to a massive 20lb lamb - twice the normal weight at the farm. And now keen gardener Jean Morris, of the farm, has grown an oversized potato.

 

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