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Agriculture in the news - September 3

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Farmers hit out at latest cut in milk prices

Farmers hit out at latest cut in milk prices

Farming bosses in Mid Wales have hit out at the latest cut in milk prices, saying it is a “bitter blow” to producers.

North Walsham Young Farmers’ Club members create giant steam engine out of straw bales

North Walsham Young Farmers’ Club members create giant steam engine out of straw bales

North Norfolk’s railway heritage is being celebrated in a field after Young Farmers’ Club members built a large steam engine and four carriages out of straw.

Pembrokeshire potato farmers named producer of the decade

Pembrokeshire potato farmers named producer of the decade

Potato farmers from Pembrokeshire have been named producer of the decade at the National Trust fine farm produce awards.

Government must work with Commission to back British farming, says NFU

Government must work with Commission to back British farming, says NFU

Farming leaders have said the UK Government must take action in ten key areas to address the current farming crisis, as British farmers prepare to join thousands of their European counterparts to protest in Brussels.

Sheep scheme remains a mystery

Sheep scheme remains a mystery

A new scheme to support sheep producers in Scotland’s hills and uplands opened for applications this week – but farmers are still in the dark over exactly how to access the funds.

£900k funding opportunity for small rural firms

£900k funding opportunity for small rural firms

More than £900,000 is being made available to small rural businesses across Notts and Derbyshire who are looking to develop, as part of the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership’s plan to boost economic growth.

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