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Agriculture in the news - September 5, 2016

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Pig health in focus at Farming Connect event near Pwllheli

Pig health in focus at Farming Connect event near Pwllheli

Veterinary specialist Bob Stevenson will examine pig husbandry and show producers how they can read 'pig signals' to help the early detection of disease

Rural tourism 'held back' due to uncertainty of Brexit

Rural tourism 'held back' due to uncertainty of Brexit

Tourism businesses in the countryside are being held back due to the uncertainty of Brexit, says rural organisation CLA.

Irish sheep and suckler sector in urgent need of EU relief

Irish sheep and suckler sector in urgent need of EU relief

With three out of every four sheep and suckler farmers earning less than minimum wage, the sector urgently needs EU relief, greater access to live exports and a review of the retail price, says ICSA president Patrick Kent.

Farmers warn narrow diversion could cause fatalities

Farmers warn narrow diversion could cause fatalities

A north-east farmer has warned that a diversion, caused by a damaged bridge, could lead to a serious collision between motorists and farm vehicles.

Man arrested after sheep killed by dogs at Leominster farm

Man arrested after sheep killed by dogs at Leominster farm

A man has been arrested after a 'large number' of sheep were attacked and killed by dogs at a farm on the Shropshire border.

Gloucestershire Young Farmers pull tractor 50 miles for air ambulance

Gloucestershire Young Farmers pull tractor 50 miles for air ambulance

Young farmers in Gloucestershire dug in and spent two days pulling a tractor around the county’s roads for a good cause.

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