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FGInsight 60 second news: July 28, 2016

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Large scale protests planned due to dairy farmers not seeing a fair return for the increased milk prices on the market. Meanwhile, liveweight prices are falling despite numbers coming to market decreasing, and finally, over £10,000 worth of farm machinery has been stolen in East Kilbride.

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