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FGInsight 60 second news: July 14, 2016


A wave of positivity for the farming industry as prices increase at auction markets, meanwhile the total number of badger cull areas could triple in the UK, and finally, controversy in the dairy lines yesterday after the Holstein champion was stripped of its title at the Great Yorkshire Show.

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The total number of badger cull areas could triple in the UK according to NFU president, Meurig Raymond #badgercull #60secnews

Holstein champion stripped of its title at the Great Yorkshire show after an incident of tampering #GYS2016 #60secnews

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