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Agriculture in the news - September 30

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Initiative rests with industry to blood farming’s new generation

Initiative rests with industry to blood farming’s new generation

Farming may never have been more high-tech than it is today but the industry must embrace opportunities to promote how advanced it has become if it is to address the ageing profile of farmers, according to the organiser of an agricultural careers event.

 

Crouchland Farm decision a ‘step in the right direction’ for residents

Crouchland Farm decision a ‘step in the right direction’ for residents

A decision on a controversial Plaistow energy farm has been hailed as a ‘step in the right direction’ by residents.

Bumper crop yield up in smoke after blaze at Willington farm

Bumper crop yield up in smoke after blaze at Willington farm

The results of a bumper year of crops went “up in smoke” when a hay shed burned down at a County Durham farm.

Tesco wants to add 150 more farmers to Sustainable Dairy Group

Tesco wants to add 150 more farmers to Sustainable Dairy Group

The 600-strong Tesco Sustainable Dairy Group is currently the subject of a major review.

Fears sheep fair field is under threat as town seeks ownership to prevent development

Fears sheep fair field is under threat as town seeks ownership to prevent development

The future of Wilton’s Sheep Fair Field is being determined as the town waits with bated breath on an application to take ownership of it - amid fears it could disappear under a housing development.

Fresh rents row erupts between tenant farmers and landlords

Fresh rents row erupts between tenant farmers and landlords

Scottish tenant farmers and landlords are once more at loggerheads over rents.

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