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Agriculture in the news - September 29, 2016

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Man (60s) dies in Co. Longford farm accident

Man (60s) dies in Co. Longford farm accident

Gardaí in Granard and the HSA are investigating the death of a man in his sixties on a farm at Gelsha, Ballinalee, Co. Longford today.

Farm subsidies: Payment to billionaire prince sparks anger

Farm subsidies: Payment to billionaire prince sparks anger

Taxpayers are paying more than £400,000 a year to subsidise a farm where a billionaire Saudi prince breeds racehorses.

Landowner handed £35,000 court bill for 'eyesore' farm land

Landowner handed £35,000 court bill for 'eyesore' farm land

A landowner has been handed a £35,000 court bill after losing an appeal over offences relating to a farm he had allowed to deteriorate into an eyesore.

Farmer defends his 2,000 pig farm plan - despite 7,500 objections

Farmer defends his 2,000 pig farm plan - despite 7,500 objections

The farmer behind controversial plans for a pig farm for up to 2,000 animals has defended his development after thousands of objections.

Claim rural communities are “taken for granted”

Claim rural communities are “taken for granted”

The Scottish Government has been accused of sleepwalking through the most challenging times for rural communities in a generation.

Poor records cost Cumbrian farmer £27,000

Poor records cost Cumbrian farmer £27,000

A Cumbrian farmer has been fined more than £27,000 for a catalogue of record keeping failures which could have led to the spread of serious diseases such as Bovine TB and BSE.

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